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We are seeking candidates for the role of Front Office Administrator to work within our Shared Services Team.

Based in Belfast, this role offers a blend of home and office working opportunities, as-well as supporting a flexible 35 hour working week. This full time position, reports to the Northern Ireland based, Group Finance Director.

We aim to create a world-class community finance system that works tirelessly towards ensuring that positive social impact is felt – not just dreamt.

And we’re getting there.

Today we’re the fastest-growing dedicated social finance provider across Ireland and the UK.

But there’s still more to be done.

Our Front Office Administrator role is a key part of continuing our success and social capital imprint.

If you have proven experience with telephone skills and verbal communication, excellent networking and people skills, excellent organisational and time-management skills, strong written and oral communication skills, a problem-solving attitude with an eye for detail and a proven ability to work on one’s own initiative, then we want to hear from you.

Generous remuneration package commensurate with the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. Starting salary £19,000.

How to Apply

  • Submit your CV and covering letter by email to: .
  • Mark the subject heading with the following: Ref: Front Office Administrator Belfast Office CV Application.
  • Closing date for applications is Friday 21 May 2021 (5pm)
  • Anticipated Interviews to begin 1 June 2021.

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The European Federation of Ethical and Alternative Banks and Financiers (FEBEA) held a board meeting for the first time on the island of Ireland. The federation, which represents 28 European social finance institutions with assets totaling €30bn, was invited by Community Finance Ireland (formerly UCIT), its only UK and Irish member.

In addition to learning more about Community Finance Ireland’s business model the FEBEA Board also visited a customer who received Community Finance Ireland (formerly UCIT) funding to support projects including the Enler Complex in Ballybeen and Bryson Street Surgery.

FEBEA Chairman, Pedro Manuel Sasia Santos, said: 

“Northern Ireland has a vibrant social enterprise sector and UCIT has an exceptionally strong community focus in areas such as sport and faith-based initiatives which many of our members are interested in replicating.”

Pedro Manuel Sasia Santos, FEBEA Chairman

Pictured with Mr Santos are Wlodzimierz Grudzinski, FEBEA’s Vice Chairman and Harry McDaid, UCIT Group’s Chief Executive.