Trainee Technical Consultant – Northern Ireland


Belfast, Northern Ireland

Job Type

Permanent role

Start Date

September 2023



Job Summary

Are you looking to get more out of your job than “just doing a job”? Do you believe technology should have a positive, measurable impact on the world? Do you want an opportunity to work in a role where you can use Tech for Good? At Giveclarity, you’ll have the opportunity to do exactly this. We work only with charities and non-profit organisations: from the small, community-based charities to the world’s biggest including UNHCR, UNICEF, Greenpeace, Save the Children and many more! We are also a social enterprise, giving back both money and time to actively help charities make the world a better place in whatever way we can.

We don’t just focus on doing good, an important part of the work we do is that we do it well. We deliver innovative high-quality solutions to suit the charity’s needs: Giveclarity is an award-winning Salesforce Partner having won the Global Nonprofit Partner Innovation Award three times (2018 with Greenpeace UK, 2020 with UNICEF Sweden & 2022 with Greenpeace Nordic) and the EMEA Partner of the Year Award (2020).

This permanent position at Giveclarity starts with a 12-week course called Clarity Campus. You’ll see how charities use Salesforce to meet their fundraising goals. Salesforce is a popular Customer Relationship Management Platform and has ranked in the Forbes’ top 3 of “Most Innovative Companies” for three years in a row. You will learn how to plan, design, build & support Salesforce solutions using the capabilities of the platform: including the configuration of databases & platform automation, programming using Apex & JavaScript, integrations, and working with Salesforce’s Nonprofit Success Pack. Throughout the programme, you’ll be given use cases based on our real-life experiences to work on in a collaborative team setting. As part of the programme you will have the opportunity to get two industry recognised and highly sought-after Salesforce certifications.

This role is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As an organisation, we value remote and flexible working as well as face-to-face collaboration and team working. The initial Clarity Campus course will take place in person.


  • Strong desire to have a positive impact on the world by working with charities
  • Experience with programming in any language OR knowledge of business analysis & processes
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent academic background
  • Excellent time management skills


  • Commercial software development experience
  • Experience with agile software development
  • Good knowledge of the software development lifecycle as a whole & programming concepts/best practice

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How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV along with a cover letter stating why you feel you are a good candidate for the job and what interests you about the role and working for Giveclarity.

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