Job Opportunity: Fighting Words NI is recruiting for an Amazing General Manager

 

If you are a brilliant organiser wanting to work at an amazing arts charity that has a positive impact on young people every day, then keep reading!  

We’re looking for an ambitious, authentic, multi-talented solution-seeker to keep our organisation running smoothly. 

Ideally, you will: 

  • Have a passion for organisation, efficiency, an eye for detail and the bigger picture 

  • Be ambitious - for yourself and us 

  • Spot things that need sorting out before we do 

  • Have experience in accounts & general office administration 

  • Be a team player with an excellent sense of humour 

  • Thrive in a busy office environment  

  • Have excellent communication skills 

 

To find out more about the role and how to apply, view and download the job pack.

Please send us your application by 12 noon, Monday 17th January 2022. Interviews will take place w/c Monday 24th January 2022. 

 

Fighting Words Northern Ireland is an equal opportunities employer, and does not permit unlawful discrimination of any kind against any person on grounds which include gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religious belief or political opinion, race or disability. Unlawful discrimination is defined as treating a person less favourably than others are, or would be treated in the same or similar circumstances. 

 

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Fighting Words Northern Ireland is a creative writing network for children and young people. Since 2015 we have been a force for creativity in NI, providing over 12,000 creative writing opportunities for schools and young writers ages 6-18, free of charge. We’ve run hundreds of story-making workshops for classes, writing clubs, and special projects – all supported by our amazing volunteer mentors. Our patrons are Glenn Patterson, Roddy Doyle, Lucy Caldwell, Nick Hornby, Paul Muldoon and Dave Eggers. 

 

Our vision is for every young person in NI to have an opportunity to discover and harness the power of their own imaginations by enabling them to enjoy a range of creative writing experiences that will grow their self-confidence, develop their attitudes and understandings, and build their communications and analytical skills.