Lurgan Rugby Football & Cricket Club based in Lurgan require a PEACE IV Project Manager to join their team.
Role: PEACE IV Project Manager
Location: Lurgan and its surrounds
Hours of work: Part time / varies per week
Hourly Rate: £15 to £18 per hour depending on experience
This post is a multi-functional post to assist the PEACE IV Manager with the development and delivery of the PEACE IV Action Plan for the delivery of an 18 month duration pilot scheme entitled “Building Better Relations”.
To assist the PEACE IV Manager in support of the PEACE IV Partnership to ensure full allocation and spend of funding across the Council area in compliance with the requirements of the EU and the SEUPB; and to fulfil the aims and objectives of the PEACE IV Programme as set out in the Lurgan Rugby Football & Cricket Club Local PEACE IV Action Plan.
This post will be responsible for co-ordinating PEACE IV Communications activities.
Duties and Responsibilities: –
Have a third level qualification in a relevant subject and be able to demonstrate on the application form, by providing personal and specific examples, a minimum of two years’ experience in each of the following areas:
The Club aims to ensure that all people, irrespective of their age, gender, ability, race, religion, ethnic origin, creed, colour, nationality, social status or sexual orientation, have a genuine and equal opportunity to participate in rugby union at all levels and in all roles. That includes participation as a beginner or elite performer, and as a coach, official, referee, manager, administrator or spectator.
In its relationships with members, employees, and in its provision of services, It is the aim of the Club not to disadvantage any individual by imposing any conditions or requirements which cannot be justified. Failure to comply may result in disciplinary action being taken.
Advice and training will be given to all those working for or on behalf of the Unions. Direct discrimination is defined as treating a person less favourably than others or would be treated in the same or similar circumstances.
Indirect discrimination occurs when a requirement or condition is applied which, whether intentional or not, adversely affects a considerably larger proportion of people of one race, sex or marital status than another and cannot be justified on grounds other than race, sex or marital status.
Lurgan Rugby Football and Cricket Club are an equal opportunity employer