Education, health and Civil Service post roles across various sectors
The Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland is seeking two public prosecutors to join its team.
The roles, with a salary of up to £40,473 and available with permanent and temporary contracts, follow on from the PPS's search for a senior public prosecutor just last week.
The PPS, which has a budget of £32m for the year 2018/19, will employ a candidate who can work across its offices in Belfast, Londonderry, Newry and Omagh.
The appointments "offer qualified barristers and solicitors opportunities to become a part of an organisation which values all its people, performs to a high standard and works in partnership with colleagues and criminal justice partners", reads the post.
In other areas of the Civil Service, the Department for Communities, Department for Infrastructure and the finance and economy departments have roles in various areas including curating, mapping, vehicle examining and heat inspection.
In education Ulster University has three new posts. Its school of engineering is seeking to fill a research associate vacancy.
The candidate will be involved in 'design and development of novel 3D printed medical devices and implants', working closely with a local company to develop the products.
It will be supported by the EU's Interreg programme.
Meanwhile, in student support the university has a needs assessment coordinator post.
The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day delivery of a Needs Assessment Centre which is intended to meet the requirements of the Quality Assurance Framework with the Department for the Economy. The post is fixed term, part-time and based at the university's Coleraine campus.
Also, in the university's department of employability and careers a support assistant role has become available.
In other areas of education Lough View Integrated School is seeking a new principal - "an exceptional educational leader who will uphold our ethos and shape the next phase of our school's journey".
The Royal School Dungannon has two teaching posts for music and history.
And in healthcare the Southern Health and Social Care Trust has announced a recruitment day on December 7 for band 5 nurses in areas of adult, mental health, learning disability and CAMHS.