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PRIME Cymru – Trustees
Location – 
Remuneration – Un-remunerated although reasonable expenses paid.

PRIME Cymru is a registered charity established by HRH The Prince of Wales and operating throughout Wales. PRIME Cymru are currently seeking to appoint a small number of new trustees to their board.

Trustee meetings are currently held 4 times a year, usually at PRIME Cymru’s premises in Carmarthenshire or in central Cardiff.  A strategy away day takes place once a year. Trustees may also be invited to participate in one of the Board’s sub-committees and from time to time in working groups.

PRIME Cymru would particularly welcome applications from those with experience in HR and fund raising, but value diversity of perspective and lived experience and welcome applications from all backgrounds and fields, from those who have previous direct experience of Board level governance and those who do not.

To apply, please submit your CV and a covering letter.  For an information pack please visit our website or contact Wendy Davies , or an informal discussion please contact David Pugh (Chief Executive) on 01550 721 813.

The closing date for application will be 30th September 2020.

Carers Wales are recruiting 4 new posts within their Carers Wales team based in Cardiff. All posts are being recruited on a fixed-term contract to March 2023 and are part-time, 4 days a week. Beneath each post, you will find the role description and additional information in a downloadable document. Beneath the role summaries, you will find the diversity monitoring form, the application form, and further information for applicants.

Please email your completed form to:

Closing date for applications is by 12 Noon, 14th September.

Job Title     Project Manager (Working Carers Project)
Salary         £32,573 to £36,118 (full-time equivalent)

We are seeking a motivated self-starter to manage and deliver a project supporting unpaid carers have a life outside of their caring role. You will assist carers who are balancing work and care to create more ‘carer-friendly’ workplaces, help carers who want to return to work and raise awareness of the potential opportunities of community co-operatives and social enterprises.

You will be an experienced project manager who will ensure the project and its related activities are planned, initiated, monitored and completed on time and within budget. Having excellent organisational and networking skills as well being a confident communicator are essential.

Project Manager (Working Carers Project) August 2020

Job Title     Policy Officer
Salary         £25,276 to £28,972 (full-time equivalent)

We are seeking a policy officer to progress our policy and campaigning work with and for unpaid carers. You will work with colleagues and carers in Wales to identify, develop and convey Welsh policy positions, assemble, interpret and analyse information to support policy work and write robust, evidence based briefing documents and reports on carers’ issues in Wales.

You will have experience of research and data analysis, writing policy reports, briefings, consultation responses, press releases and communicating with politicians and policy makers. We are seeking someone with a keen interest in the field of unpaid carers and an understanding of the issues carers face, as well as good knowledge of the political system in Wales.

Policy Officer August 2020

Job Title     Information Development Officer
Salary         £25,276 to 28,972 (full-time equivalent)

We are seeking an experienced and competent content writer to support the production of Carers Wales digital and information and advice (I&A) resources for carers, ensuring they are accurate, accessible, quality-assured and meet needs. You will be writing for web pages, factsheets, booklets, videos, newsletters and social media, so your ability to adapt your writing style is essential.

You will be experienced at scoping, drafting and editing accurate and accessible content for digital and other information resources. You will possess a thorough knowledge of social welfare, benefits and social care as they relate to unpaid carers.

Information Development Officer Wales

Job Title     Listening Support Officer
Salary         £25,276 to £28,972 (full-time equivalent)

We are seeking an empathetic and organised person to help establish, promote and oversee the day-to-day running of our new volunteer-led Listening Support Service in Wales. The service will provide a ‘listening ear’ and emotional support to unpaid carers. You will support the recruitment, training and ongoing development needs of volunteers and well as ensure continuous quality improvement and development of the service.

You will have experience of call handling including managing difficult conversations, as well as supporting and managing volunteers. You will be a confident organiser and IT user including CRM databases.

Listening Support Officer Wales August 2020

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