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Community Housing Cymru

Policy & External Affairs Manager | 12m Fixed Term

Closing Date: 9am, 30th September 2021

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Policy and External Affairs team for 12 months to cover a secondment!

As the umbrella body for housing associations in Wales, we are proud to represent our members who provide homes and services to 10% of the Welsh population. Our job is to ensure that the sector continues to prosper in Wales and is equipped for the future.

About the role

To play a key role in managing projects which underpin our policy, public affairs, and campaigning activity.

The manager will develop and build relationships with senior partners in government, officials, elected representatives, the wider third sector, and other key stakeholders.

For further information please take a look at our recruitment pack.

Salary £37,099 rising to £39,052 after 6 months successful probation

How to apply
  • Complete the Submission form which you will need to outline in no more than 1,000 words how you meet the experience criteria set out in the ‘what are we looking for’ part of the job specification.
  • You MUST also include a tailored CV in relation to your application for this role (max of 3 pages). CVs on their own will NOT be accepted.
  • Equal opportunities form. This form will not be used at any stage of the recruitment process, and will be separated from your application form immediately on its receipt. Any information given on this form will remain confidential and will only be used for monitoring purposes to assess the effectiveness of our equal opportunities policy.

The completed submission form, CV and equal opportunities form must be emailed and marked Private and Confidential Policy & External Affairs Manager to terryanne-oconnell@chcymru.org.uk by 9am 30 September

Policy & External Affairs Assistant | Fixed term contract for up to 18 months

Closing Date: 9am, 1st October 2021

As the umbrella body for housing associations in Wales, we are proud to represent our members who provide homes and services to 10% of the Welsh population. Our job is to ensure that the sector continues to prosper in Wales and is equipped for the future.

This is an exciting and varied new role which will see the successful post holder deliver a high-quality support service to the Policy and External Affairs team including research, planning and organising events and meetings, building relationships and undertaking written work to support our policy, campaigning and lobbying function.

If you are you are a team player who wants to make a difference and are enthusiastic about playing your part in ending the housing crisis, then this role could be yours!

About the role

To deliver a high-quality support service to the Policy and External Affairs team including research, planning and organising events and meetings, building relationships, and undertaking written work to support our campaign and lobbying function.

For more information take a look at our recruitment pack.

Salary £18,896 rising to £19,891 after 6 months successful probation

How to apply
  • Complete the Submission form which you will need to outline in no more than 1,000 words how you meet
    the experience criteria set out in the ‘what are we looking for’ part of the job specification.
  • You MUST also include a tailored CV in relation to your application for this role (max of 2 pages). CVs on
    their own will NOT be accepted.
  • Equal opportunities form. This form will not be used at any stage of the recruitment process, and will be
    separated from your application form immediately on its receipt. Any information given on this form
    will remain confidential and will only be used for monitoring purposes to assess the effectiveness of
    our equal opportunities policy.

The completed submission form, CV and equal opportunities form must be emailed and marked Private and Confidential Policy & External Affairs Manager to terryanne-oconnell@chcymru.org.uk by 9am 1 October.

Wales Coop Centre

Market Development Adviser Social Business Wales      

Job Purpose:               To research and identify relevant new and emerging growth markets, and existing organisations with growth potential and promote the services of the Social Business Wales operation to potential markets and clients.

Starting Salary:            £33,009 per annum (£15,090 per annum pro rata)

Contract:                     Fixed term to 31st December 2022

                                    This post is funded by Welsh Government and European Regional Development Fund.

Hours:                         16 hours per week

Location:                     Your initial place of work will be your home. Once restrictions related to Covid-19 are lifted, your contracted place of work will be confirmed upon agreement with your manager. This role will cover Wales and therefore regular and reliable access to a vehicle is highly recommended. Business mileage will be paid.

Closing date:              Midnight, Monday 11th October 2021

To read more about working for us please visit: www.wales.coop/careers.

To apply please visit: https://walescoop.ciphr-irecruit.com/Applicants/

Digital Communities Wales – Trainer

Project Purpose:           To support public, private and third sector organisations to develop effective approaches to tackle digital exclusion and improve digital participation across Wales, including within the NHS.

Job Purpose:                To develop and deliver training and support which promotes the usage of technology to front line staff and volunteers across the public, private and third sectors, in order to improve levels of Digital Inclusion

This role requires an enhanced DBS check

Salary:                          £24,051 per annum

Contract:                      Fixed term to 30th June 2022 (with the possibility of an additional 3 years pending review)

                                    This post is funded by Welsh Government

Hours:                          35 hours per week

Location:                      North Wales

There may be a requirement to support the programme/colleagues in neighbouring regions. Regular and reliable access to a vehicle is essential.

Closing date:                22:00, Sunday 26th September

To apply, or for more information about us, our culture and values, please visit http://wales.coop/careers/

To find out more about Digital Communities Wales go to https://www.digitalcommunities.gov.wales/

To apply please visit: https://walescoop.ciphr-irecruit.com/Applicants/vacancy

New Pathways

Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA)

Location: South Wales

Number of vacancies: 3

Salary: £25,360 (37 h.p.w)

Term: Fixed Term until March 2022, with possible extension of funding to March 2023

Closing Date: 9.00am 20th September 2021

Expected Interview Dates: 24th September 2021

About the role: The successful applicants will join our team South Wales to deliver Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) Services.  ISVAs are survivor-focused advisors, who support people who have experienced recent and non-recent rape and sexual abuse. ISVAs enable clients to access the services they need in the aftermath of the abuse they have experienced. An ISVA provides advocacy and individual support, and this will vary from client to client. This includes providing them with the right information so that they can make informed decisions about whether to seek justice through the criminal justice system. We are recruiting for three ISVAs:

  • ISVA working with male victims
  • ISVA working with children and young people (specifically in the Cwm Taf area)
  • Community Engagement ISVA working with diverse communities and minoritized groups

How to Apply: visit our website at http://www.newpathways.org.uk/jobs/ to find application forms, job descriptions and other related documents.

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Head of Therapeutic Services

Location: Flexible

Number of vacancies: 1

Salary: £41,000 (37 h.p.w)

Term: Permanent

Closing Date: 9.00am 27th September 2021

Expected Interview Date: 8th October 2021

About the role: The successful applicant will join the senior management team alongside our CEO, Deputy CEO, and other Heads of Department. The location will be flexible, with the opportunity to balance home and office working. This is a new role, with the opportunity to take the strategic lead and oversee management of our therapeutic services for adults and children. These include our Counselling Service (sexual violence counselling, pre-trial counselling, and sessional counselling) and our Wellbeing Service (support service with embedded psychoeducational and trauma work). The role will involve line management of several project leads.

For an informal chat about the role please e-mail our Head of Training and Research, Debbie Woodroffe (Debbie.Woodroffe@newpathways.org.uk).

How to Apply: visit our website at http://www.newpathways.org.uk/jobs/ to find application forms, job descriptions and other related documents.

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Administrator

Location: Aberystwyth

Number of vacancies: 1

Salary: £18,500 (37 h.p.w)

Term: Initial 12 month contract

Closing Date: 9.00am 20th September 2021

Expected Interview Date: to be confirmed

About the role: The successful applicant will join our administration team. The role will be based at our Aberystwyth office. You will be our first line of contact via telephone and e-mail. You will work closely with our service and management teams ensuring that enquiries, new referrals, and administrative tasks are dealt with efficiently. You will help support our team and ensure the efficient day to day running of the office. This is a diverse and highly rewarding role in which you will be well supported.

How to Apply: visit our website at http://www.newpathways.org.uk/jobs/ to find application forms, job descriptions and other related documents.


Llenyddiaeth Cymru 

Creative Lead

Full-time, permanent contract (37 hours per week)

To start as soon as possible

Salary: £35,000 pro rata

Location: Our offices are in Llanystumdwy and Cardiff. The position is currently working remotely and all requests for location flexibility will be considered.

The Creative Lead will:

  • Lead on the development of the Representing Wales writer development programme.
  • Lead on creative programmes and strategic planning that focuses on representation & equality.
  • Develop strategic partnerships for representation & equality in Wales, the UK and internationally.
  • Oversee the development of a new scheme and network of local laureates
  • Support colleagues on identifying funding opportunities and developing ideas for new income streams.
  • Work with the communications team to develop audience focused fundraising campaigns.
  • Support colleagues in the development or refinement of new and existing activity.
  • Be an ambassador for Literature Wales, representing us at public meetings and events.

To read more about the role see below:
English – LW Creative Lead 2021

Welsh – Arweinydd Creadigol LLC 2021

Closing Date: Wednesday 6 October 2021, midday   Interviews: Thursday 14 October 2021


Job title: Creative Executive

  • Location: Our offices are in Llanystumdwy and Cardiff. The position is currently working remotely and all requests for location flexibility will be considered.
  • Salary: £25,000 pro rata (full time, permanent contract)
  • One paragraph job description: CLOSING DATE: THURSDAY 23 SEPTEMBER, MIDDAY (to start as soon as possible)

This is an exciting role which will lead on the delivery of key projects aimed at inspiring and nurturing a new generation of writers, participants, and audiences through literature. This role will be crucial to our ongoing priority to improve Representation & Equality in the sector, alongside increasing our commitment to addressing the Climate Emergency through our work.
The role’s main responsibilities include developing a new Local Champions initiative that aims to increase interest and engagement with literature in Wales’ communities. You will also support on assessing and communicating impact through communication campaigns and developing these systems in line with our new Strategic Plan for 2022-25.
Working in a small and dynamic creative team you will support and help develop the Representing Wales Programme. This programme it is currently focused on developing writers of colour, but future programmes will also directly support writers from low-income backgrounds, and writers living with disabilities. Click here for more information about the role.

Address/email for invoice: Alys@literaturewales.org / Literature Wales, Glyn Jones Centre, Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff, CF10 5AL


Welsh Cycling

Events assistant

Welsh Cycling is looking to recruit an Events Assistant to join its team. Are you organised with great attention to detail? If so, this could be the job for you. The successful candidate will be responsible for all areas of event administration across all cycling disciplines throughout Wales, this is an opportunity to join Welsh Cycling at entry level as no experience of Event administration is necessary.

Closing date for applications: 5pm Wednesday 22nd September 2021, interviews will be held as soon as possible after 30th September 2021.

The Role

  • Welsh Cycling Events Assistant
  • Contract: Full-time, 37 hours per week, the role will also require regular evening and weekend work.
  • Salary: £18,800, plus pension

To find out more information, find it on the Welsh Cycling website.


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