Work with us

We currently have the following part-time opportunities available in our Belfast office. If one of these roles sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you.

IMPORTANT Please note that the closing date for these roles has been extended to due to IT problems in our Belfast office. We are receiving emails but you might get a message to say your email was undelivered. If you have any concerns please call to check whether we have received your application.

Although both positions are part-time, it is not possible for one person to take on both roles.

Advocacy Officer, Belfast

Hours Part-time, 17.5 hours per week
Salary £25,000 pro rata (FPA grade F)
Contract One year, fixed-term contract
Location Belfast

We're looking for someone with excellent verbal and written communition skills to promote FPA's policies on sexual and reproductive health in Northern Ireland.

How to apply

Application is by application form – we are unable to accept CVs.

To apply please read the job description, person specification and guidance notes carefully and then complete and return the application form.

Please complete and return the Model Fair Employment Questionnaire with your application form.

Advocacy Officer job description and person specification (PDF)

Application Guidance Notes (PDF)

Application Form (Word)

Model Fair Employment Questionnaire (Word)

Return completed forms and questionnaires by email or by post to:

Email dianneh@fpa.org.uk
Post Dianne Hunter, FPA, Ascot House, 24-31 Shaftesbury Square Belfast BT2 7DB
Mark your application Private and Confidential.

Closing date TBC, due to IT issues in our Belfast office. Please apply as quickly as possible and we will post a final closing date as soon as we are able.
Interview dates TBC

For an informal chat about the role please call Dianne on 028 90 316100.


External Affairs Assistant, Belfast

Hours Part-time, 17.5 hours per week
Salary £25,000 pro rata (FPA grade F)
Contract Permanent
Location Belfast

We're looking for someone with excellent communications skills to help deliver FPA's communications work in Northern Ireland.

How to apply

Application is by application form – we are unable to accept CVs.

To apply please read the job description, person specification and guidance notes carefully and then complete and return the application form.

Please complete and return the Model Fair Employment Questionnaire with your application form.

External Affairs Assistant job description and person specification (PDF)

Application Guidance Notes (PDF)

Application Form (Word)

Model Fair Employment Questionnaire (Word)

Return completed forms and questionnaires by email or by post to:

Email dianneh@fpa.org.uk
Post Dianne Hunter, FPA, Ascot House, 24-31 Shaftesbury Square Belfast BT2 7DB
Mark your application Private and Confidential.

Closing date TBC, due to IT issues in our Belfast office. Please apply as quickly as possible and we will post a final closing date as soon as we are able.
Interview dates TBC

For an informal chat about the role please call Dianne on 028 90 316100.


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