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Western Education & Library Board,
1 Hospital Road,
Omagh, Co Tyrone,
BT79 0AW

Telephone: 028 8241 1411
Fax: 028 8241 1400
Email: info@welbni.org
Textphone: 028 8241 1550
Press:comms@welbni.org

Human Resources

Statement Of Purpose

"We aim to provide the highest level of professional advice and support to the Western Region and its employees to assist in the acquisition and management of employee resources."

Head of Division   
Ms Helen Duffy T: 028 8241 1341 E: helen.duffy@eani.org.uk

The Human Resources Department provides the following services...Who do we supply a service to .......

  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Nursery schools
  • Social, Recreational, Physical, Cultural and Youth facilities
  • Library Services
  • Board Headquarters

Senior Manager - Central Services

Mrs Emer Palmer

T: 028 8241 1339

E: emer.palmer@eani.org.uk

Senior Manager - Employee Relations

Mrs Philomena McKenna

T: 028 8241 1347

E: philomena.mckenna@eani.org.uk

Senior Manager - Employee Relations

Mr Gabriel Mulryan

T: 028 8241 1336

E: gabriel.mulryan@eani.org.uk

  • Employee Resourcing
    The resourcing function is concerned with providing for the acquisition, deployment and depletion of required employee resources through effective recruitment, selection and appointment of personnel to the various functions of the Western Region.

    Vacant posts are advertised in various ways depending on the type and level of the post, for example.........

    • Advertisements in local and / or national newspapers

    • Advertisements in local job markets

    • Application forms and further information may be obtained on receipt of a stamped addressed envelope (minimum size 10" x 7" with 1st class postage per application form) from the Human Resources Department, 1 Hospital Road, Omagh, Co Tyrone, BT79 0AW.  Further documentation relating to the above posts and all other current vacancies for teaching and non-teaching posts is available on the Western Region's website at www.welbni.org

  • Training and Staff Development
    The function of the Training and Development section is to ensure that the organization and individual (non teaching) employees have the facility to update existing knowledge and skills and gain new competencies in specific fields of expertise

    The EAWR offers a range of training opportunities to its employees, including......

    • A range of short, multi disciplinary, interBoard courses run by the Northern Ireland Education and Library Boards' Regional Training Unit. These courses are designed to meet the specific needs of employees on a five Board basis

    • Accredited programmes of study at supervisory and management development level

    • Customized training designed to meet the specific training needs of individual Regions

    • Opportunities to pursue further education and professional qualifications through the Western Region's Post Entry Training Facility (PETF)

    Further details on training courses and PETF sponsorship can be obtained from the Resourcing Officer, Education Authority Western Region (EAWR), 1 Hospital Road, Omagh, Co Tyrone, BT79 0AW, or by ringing 028 8241 1339

  • Equal Opportunities
    The Western Region's Equal Opportunities Policy states:-

    "It is the policy of the Region that all eligible persons will have equal opportunity for employment and advancement in the Board, irrespective of perceived religious belief, political opinion, gender, disability or race. Selection will be made on the basis of ability, qualifications and aptitude to carry out the duties of the post."

    The Board realizes that the provision of equality of opportunity is not just a legal imposition but is rather a concept which has its roots in Human Rights and Fairness.

    We are therefore wholly committed to fairness and specifically to the provision of equality of opportunity in all our activities.

    In addition, the Board shall continue to recognize its obligations under the following legislation:

    • The Fair Employment Acts (NI) 1976 and 1989

    • The Sex Discrimination Act (NI) Orders 1976 and 1988

    • The Equal Pay Act (NI) 1970 as amended and the Disabled Persons (Employment) Acts (NI) 1945 and 1960

    It is important that all Officers of the Board have a responsibility to accept personal involvement in the effective application of the Equal Opportunities Policy

  • Employee Relations
    The Employee Relations function provides for the retention and motivation of staff through effective development and maintenance of high quality employee management policies,