Established in 1991, Groundwork Northern Ireland is a not-for-profit organisation creating communities in which people are proud to live and work.
Our purpose is: ‘Changing Lives, Changing Places, Changing Minds’. We deliver programmes and services aimed at boosting local regeneration, community cohesion and grassroots development. We engage and motivate people to improve their quality of life by investing in people and places and by supporting community-led regeneration plans and sustainability initiatives. In areas of high social need, we provide practical solutions to major challenges by working in partnership with local communities, key funding bodies, statutory authorities and other agencies.
This is an opportunity to get involved and make a difference.
Bank Associates - Community Gardeners
Due to an increase in demand for our work and services across Northern Ireland we are developing a list of Associates to support us in achieving our goals. We currently require support from Community Gardeners; however, if you think you can offer us "something different" or have a talent that would help us grow in a different field we would be more than happy to hear from you.
We will be holding our Associate list for three years as we wish to cultivate and nurture these partnerships.
If you are interested please download or Application Form
The deadline for completed applications is 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday 24th July 2019.
Successful candidates will be subject to an Access NI check.
Our Board play an essential strategic role in our work and as our Charity and its reach grow, we are looking for people with the following skills/expertise to join current Board members:
- Digital Development
- Community Development
The Board and Committees meet four times annually. Board members are asked to sit on one committee as well as the Board itself. All positions are voluntary and therefore unpaid; however, reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
If you are interested in joining our organisation please call 028 9074 9494 and ask to speak with our Chief Executive, Cara Cash-Marley or our Director of Corporate Services, Heather Pollock.
Alternatively, you can email your CV and a cover letter to email@example.com
Whether its work experience and to broaden your horizons, fulfiling a passion for environmental issues or simply giving a few hours a week to a cause that benefits your community, Groundwork NI can help you to do something special.
We regularly work with volunteers, and getting involved in one of our projects could put you in a strong position to obtain full-time work.
We are currently seeking dedicated volunteers to maintain local community gardens
From administrative to practical ‘hands-on’ roles we can offer something to suit everyone.
To find out what opportunities are available near you, please call 028 9074 9494 or email firstname.lastname@example.org