CAJ is recruiting!October 24, 2023
We are currently recruiting for two new roles! We are seeking a Senior Research and Policy Officer, and a Project Research & Campaign Worker for the Migrant Justice Project to join our current team of six. Details are below:
Senior Research and Policy Officer
The Senior Research & Policy Officer will be responsible for managing CAJ’s projects, research and communications, developing them to advance CAJ’s strategic objectives and policies. The post-holder will work with the Director and deputise in their absence. The post-holder will line manage CAJ project staff and ensure CAJ produces high quality research and policy in its key areas of work.
This is a permanent post, subject to ongoing funding. Pay scale is NJC points 40-43, currently £46,549 to £49,590 per annum. Interviews for shortlisted candidates for this post are scheduled to take place on 29 November 2023.
Project Research & Campaign Worker
The Project Research & Campaign Worker will work on a Migrant Justice Project, a joint partnership project between CAJ and the North West Migrants forum (NWMF) a well-established migrant-led organisation based in the north west of Northern Ireland. The project focuses on joint research and campaigning work on NI-specific racial injustice issues relating to the Common Travel Area, the ‘hostile environment’, and racist intimidation.
This is a three year project post funded by Esmée Fairbairn. The pay scale is NJC points 25-27 £32,020 to £33,820 per annum. Interviews for shortlisted candidates for this post are scheduled to take place on 27 November 2023.
How to apply:
Prospective applicants should email Roisin Brennan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Job Description, Personnel Specification, and an application form. Only applications made on the supplied form will be considered. The deadline for the return of completed application forms is 12 noon on Monday 20 November 2023.