Emergency Planning/Business Continuity Manager
NI Housing Executive
T: 03448 920 900
Please note that although this job advert is for a permanent post, offers for fixed term contracts may also be made from this file.
To lead the development and implementation of the Emergency and Business Continuity Planning across all areas of the Housing Executive, ensuring it complies with all relevant legislation and best practice.
Possess a degree level qualification or equivalent.
Have at least 3 years relevant experience in a role involving Emergency Planning and Business Continuity within a large, multi-site organisation*.
Application should be made using the on-line application form. Instructions on how to complete the on-line form appears once the form has been accessed. Make sure you follow these instructions.
Candidates unable to use the on-line form can request a manual application form, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the particular Job Title and Reference Number. Please note that if the candidate uses this method, it is their responsibility to ensure we receive their application by the allocated closing date and time. Guidance on the completion and return of applications is included in the Candidate Guidelines on the job related documents. The Northern Ireland Housing Executive have a policy on the Recruitment of Ex-Offenders, a copy can be made available on request.
LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED EVEN IF DELAYED DUE TO TECHNICAL REASONS. PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU ARE LOCKED OUT OF YOUR GETGOT ACCOUNT IT WILL TAKE A MINIMUM OF 10 MINUTES TO RESET YOUR PASSWORD. IF AN APPLICATION IS LATE BECAUSE OF THIS IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
It is the responsibility of each candidate to ensure that all such information is provided. Candidates who fail to provide sufficient information on which a panel might determine their eligibility for the post will not be shortlisted.
The Northern Ireland Housing Executive is an equal opportunities employer. It particularly welcomes applications from members of the protestant community who are currently under represented in parts of its workforce.