Belfast Central Mission

Belfast Central Mission

Grosvenor House
5 Glengall St
Belfast
BT12 5AD
United Kingdom

BCM is one of Northern Ireland's oldest charities. BCM is involved with all sectors of the community, irrespective of religious or political affiliation.

BCM seeks to meet the needs of the whole person; spiritual, emotional and physical, through its three congregations and wide range of community service projects and diverse social work programme.

Belfast Central Mission's Content

Job | Temporary

Housekeeping Assistant

Belfast Central Mission

£7.70 per hour, if under 25 years old and £8.21 per hour, if over 25 years old
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Human Resources Officer

Belfast Central Mission

£24,770 (BCM Scale points 27)
Belfast
Job | Part Time

Housing Support Worker-Part Time- Community Based- Older People

Belfast Central Mission

£17,953- £19,576 pro-rata per annum (BCM salary scale point 19-21 based on the full time equivalent of 35 hours per week)
Coalisland
Job | Full Time

Housing Support Worker- Community Based-Older People

Belfast Central Mission

£17,953- £19,576 per annum (BCM salary scale point 19-21)
Coalisland
Job | Full Time

Support Worker- Residential- Young People

Belfast Central Mission

£17,953 per annum (BCM points 19-21) £17,953- £19,576
Dungannon
Job | Full Time

Support Worker- Residential - Young People

Belfast Central Mission

£18,979 pro rata, per annum based on BCM salary points 19-21 (£18,979-£20,695)
Bangor
Job | Temporary

Support Worker- Residential- Young People

Belfast Central Mission

£17,953-£19,576 per annum (BCM Scale points 19-21)
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Support Worker- Nights- Residential- Young People

Belfast Central Mission

£17,953- £19,576 per annum (BCM points 19-21)
Belfast
Launching the 2019 appeal are (from L-R) Garry McKeown, a volunteer member of SVP, Joanna McConway from DfC’s Voluntary and Community Sector Engagement Team, and Lois Payam, BCM’s Head of Residential Services.
News

Belfast Central Mission

For the 20th year running, the Giving Tree Christmas programme between Belfast Central Mission, Saint Vincent de Paul and the Department for Communities (DfC), will provide parcels of toys and games for children across the whole of Northern Ireland.
Pictured collecting on Christmas Eve for BCM on the Lisburn Road are Brian Gordon, Hanna Hyland and Reverend Emily Hyland, all of Belfast South Methodist Church
News

Belfast Central Mission

The annual BCM Christmas Eve street collection raised a grand total of £7,526.35 in 2018.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Lorna Henry
  • Dominic McGeown
  • Chris Pollock
  • Chris Pollock