The Irish F.A are currently seeking to fill two positions:
Marketing and Commercial Partnerships

Job type: Permanent

Location: IFA

Salary: £22,000 – £24,000

Closing date: 

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Digital Content Producer 

Job type: Permanent

Location: IFA

Salary: £18,000 – £22,000

Closing date: 

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Disability Sport NI is currently recruiting the following post:Disability Sports Hub – Activity LeaderPart-time: up to 40hrs per month

Location: Derry City and Strabane District Council Area

Salary Scale: NJC Scale 6-7 (£10 per hour)

Duration: January 2020 – March 2022 (subject to funding)

More info & to apply:

Irish F.A 

Job Title: Assistant Accountant

Department: Finance Department

Reporting to: Finance Manager

Location: National Football Stadium at Windsor Park

Hours of work: 35 hours per week.  However, the nature of the post will require a high degree of flexibility involving evenings and weekends as dictated by operational requirements of the business.

Salary band: £18,000 – £22,000    

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Sported are looking for a highly motivated and self-driven team player with excellent organisational and communication skills to join our team in Northern Ireland.

Job Title: Development Officer

Location: Northern Ireland (specific location negotiable)

Salary: £25,000 pa

Closing date: 9am on Monday 20th January 2020

Interviews: Wednesday 29th January 2020

For more info and to apply, visit:

The Northern Cricket Union has partnered with Ulster University as part of the University’s Sports Match Programme to match fund two part time cricket development posts on a 50:50 financial basis.  The roles are initially up to December 2020 with possible extension, subject to future funding being agreed.

As a result of this initiative each part time role will have a specific focus for development and delivery of cricket programmes and activities.

  • Cricket Development Officer (Student Sport) – this role is focused on engagement with UU students to increase participation in cricket, support the development of student cricket across Ulster University campuses and enable the enhancement of performance development opportunities for student cricketers.
  • Cricket Development Officer (Community Development) – this role is focused on engagement with a range of under-represented populations, community groups, schools and clubs to increase participation in cricket for all ages and abilities.  The role is also focused on enabling capacity building opportunities for coaches, umpires, leaders and volunteers.

The successful post holders will play a key part in driving forward the development of participation and performance in cricket within the NCU, Ulster University and across the NCU region. They will be required to deliver key areas of the NCU’s Strategic Plan, Cricket Ireland’s Strategic Plan and Ulster University’s Sports Development Strategy and will be responsible to the NCU General Manager and an Ulster University representative.

A detailed Job Description and further details on the application process can be downloaded from this link:
 UU – NCU Job Roles – Job description and personnel specification (PDF)

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 27th January 2020.  Subsequent interviews will take place in early February 2020.


Date Posted: 13th January 2020

Closing Date: 31st January, 2020 at 1500

Outdoor Recreation NI_Project Officer Information


The Opportunity 

Due to an increasing demand for our services we are looking for driven and enthusiastic team players to join our dynamic team leading the strategic direction of outdoor recreation development across Northern Ireland.

We are seeking up to 2 Project Officers to join a busy Projects Team working to increase opportunities to improve the nation’s health and well-being and drive activity tourism.  There’s never been a better time to join Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland (ORNI)!

A passion for the outdoors will help, but first and foremost we need you to have excellent skills in project delivery and be able to apply a visitor focus in order to add value to our team and deliver a first-rate service to our external stakeholders and clients.

Who We Are

Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland is a vibrant not-for-profit organisation with the emerging[1] vision to ‘Create a happier, healthier society where enjoyment and appreciation of the outdoors improves wellbeing.’

We deliver projects for a wide range of partners and clients, including Sport NI, Northern Ireland Environment Agency, Tourism NI, local councils, environmental non-government organisations e.g. National Trust, private estates and community groups the length and breadth of Northern Ireland and increasingly the Republic of Ireland. In addition, ORNI provides secretariat services to the Visitor Safety Group and Outdoor Recreation Network, both United Kingdom and Ireland wide networks which champion good practice and knowledge sharing in our industry.

We pride ourselves in keeping abreast of international best practice to provide innovative, visitor focused and high quality solutions for our partners and clients. Our key areas of activity include:

  • Feasibility and Scoping Studies
  • Holistic Site Planning and Development
  • Innovative Product Planning and Development
  • Marketing Strategy, Planning and Delivery
  • Delivering Training and Sharing Best Practice
  • Event Management