Job | Full Time

Employment Officer Ref SS2119

Stepping Stones NI

£24,231 per annum - Pension 7% employer contribution, Private Healthcare and access to health and wellbeing platforms, Holiday Purchase “Buy Back Scheme”, 25% Discount in our Social Enterprises, Volunteers Scheme- Up to 2 days leave to volunteer,
Stepping Stones NI is looking to recruit an Employment Officer to join our team, based in Lisburn you will cover 4 council areas. If you share a commitment to our vision, mission and our values and believe in the work we do, we want to hear from you.

Based in Antrim Street Lisburn (Hybrid working) and covering Lisburn and Castlereagh Borough Council. Ards and North Down, Newry Mourne and Down, and Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon.

Duration: to 31st March 2023 (with possibility of extension subject to funding)

The Employment Officer will work 100% of their time on ESF. Under the direction of the Employment Service Coordinator, the Employment Officer will assist in developing the employability of people with learning disabilities and moderate learning difficulties. The Employment Officer will assist in the development of participants through work placements and providing support tailored to their needs. Priority will be given to support clients with severe learning disabilities. Additionally, they will assist the client with CV preparation, vocational profiling, mentoring, and interview preparation, towards securing paid employment. The outcome of which being a positive contribution to, and improvement of the lives of people with learning disabilities and difficulties.


Closing Date

Tuesday / 26 October 2021 4:00pm

Contact Details

Beyond HR (Recruitment)

Head Office

22-24 Henry Street


BT42 3AH

Stepping Stones
39 Seymour Street
BT27 4SY
United Kingdom

More Information

To apply for this position please use the following link: Employment Officer_SS2119

any problems please email Lynn at [email protected]


Employment Officer SS2119.pdf Stepping Stones NI Our Vision Mission and Values_0.pdf

This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 - 2022 and the Department for the Economy

Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 - 2022 and the Department for the Economy.