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Diverse Cymru vacancies

Office Manager

Salary: £21,000, Flexi-time operates, 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cardiff

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual who will lead on the office administrative functions of the organisation and join our dedicated team.

Based in Cardiff, this is a busy role requiring you to take charge of Diverse Cymru’s day-to-day administration and office base. As a member of our Senior Management Team, you will work across all our teams and departments to support Diverse Cymru to achieve its mission and will supply information on the organisation to the public, clients and customers.

About Diverse Cymru

Diverse Cymru is a Welsh equalities charity based in Cardiff, founded in 2011 through a merger between Cardiff and Vale Coalition of Disabled People and Awetu in recognition of the difficulties and discrimination faced by people experiencing inequality in Wales.

We are committed to supporting people faced with inequality and discrimination because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation, and we look to empower people and effect change through a range of measures / activities.

Our vision is to help create a nation without prejudice or discrimination, where every person is equal and diversity is celebrated, and our mission is to eliminate discrimination and inequality.

To find out more about us and our work visit our website www.diversecymru.org.uk

How to apply

Complete the application form and equality monitoring form below and send to careers@diverse.cymru by the deadline.

Person Specification

Office Manager JD

Equality Monitoring Form

Diverse Cymru Job Application Form

Deadline

The deadline for applications 12.00pm noon on Friday 30th July

Interviews during the week of 2nd August.


External vacancies

Tennis Wales

Job title: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion sub-committee members
Location: Wales
Salary: voluntary (travel and other reasonable out-of-pocket expenses will be reimbursed)

Tennis Wales, the national governing body for tennis in Wales, is looking to recruit both independent members and members of the tennis community to its Equality, Diversity and Inclusion sub-committee. The successful candidates will play a crucial role in supporting our efforts to diversify tennis in Wales.

Link to application or website https://www.lta.org.uk/about-us/in-your-area/tennis-wales/tennis-wales-news/news-items/july-2021/tennis-wales-are-recruiting-volunteer-members-for-their-equality-diversity-and-inclusion-sub-committee/

Deadline for applications – 9th August.

Cricket Wales

Chair (Independent) of the Board of Directors of Cricket Wales

Remuneration – Voluntary role (expenses paid)
Time commitment – 1-2 days per month (this may increase in exceptionally busy or critical periods). The Cricket Wales board typically meets 6 times per year, including the AGM.

The role of the Chair is to:

  • Lead, Chair and oversee the performance of the Board of Directors, including performing their annual appraisal
  • Drive and manage the business of the Board’s sub-committees
  • Support the delivery and track progress against our Inspiring Generations strategy
  • Facilitate and manage change, where required
  • Ensure the accountability of the Senior Executive
  • Provide support and supervision to the CEO
  • Maintain the efficient functioning of the Senior Leadership team
  • Champion robust governance, in line with all legal and regulatory responsibilities.

Collectively, we need the right balance of skills, knowledge, experience, independence and diversity around the Cricket Wales Board table, to reflect and meet the needs of cricket and the communities we serve.

We welcome applications from any person who is eligible to undertake the role of a Company Director. Chair experience would be preferable, but is not essential to be considered.

While the Chair will be independent of office in Welsh Cricket organisations, it is expected that applicants will share our passion for the game of cricket and its development in Wales.

Chair candidates would be of particular interest should they be able to demonstrate experience of some – or all – of the following: change management, strategic planning, financial management & risk, human resources, legal, marketing, relationship management, executive performance review, Education, digital/technology, or equality, diversity and inclusion.

You can read more about the role: Independent Chair advert
View this role in Welsh: CYM Independent Chair

To apply, please submit your CV & a cover letter, detailing your skills, experience and motivations to Kerry.lloyd@cricketwales.org.uk.
The closing date for applications is 5PM Friday 30th July 2021

Director

Remuneration – Voluntary role (expenses paid)
Time commitment – 1-2 days per month (this may increase in exceptionally busy or critical periods). The Cricket Wales board typically meets 6 times per year, including the AGM.

Owing to recent governance changes, in line with the England & Wales Cricket Board’s Governance Framework, and Sport Wales’ Governance and Leadership Framework, Cricket Wales is now recruiting for a number of dynamic, innovative and committed individuals to join the Cricket Wales Board of Directors for a three-year term.

We welcome applications from any person who is eligible to undertake the role of a Company Director.

Applications to be an Independent Director require that you are NOT an official, committee or Board member of any cricket organisation in Wales.

To apply to be a Recreational Game Director, it is required that you will be a member of a Cricket Wales affiliated organisation, and be proposed and seconded by a Cricket Wales affiliated club, league, region or association.

You can read more about the role: Directors advertisement
View this role in Welsh: CYM Director advertisement

To apply, please submit your CV & a cover letter, detailing your skills, experience and motivations to Kerry.lloyd@cricketwales.org.uk.
The closing date for applications is 5PM Friday 6th August 2021

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HEFCW – Higher Education Funding Council for Wales

Skills and Employability Officer

Location:  Caerphilly
Salary: £25,527 – £30,302
Hours: Full time, but could be 0.8 FTE for the right candidate
Contract type: Permanent, suitable for secondment
Placed on: 09/07/2021
Closes: 25/07/2021
Job ref: HE0197/692

Could you provide effective support as we develop policies to support students in higher education in Wales?

We are looking for a Skills and Employability Officer to work with us to support the Welsh higher education sector to equip their graduates with the necessary skills, attributes and knowledge to meet their ambitions. The Skills and Employability team’s work includes areas such as graduate employability, skills, and degree apprenticeships, and you will be integral to achieving the team’s goals.

You will work closely as part of our team to process monitoring data, provide support for the degree apprenticeship programme, and liaise with external partners and stakeholders, such as universities and the Welsh Government. You will take ownership for the areas of your work and support others in the team. Through providing support for meetings and events including liaising with partners to schedule meetings, drafting agendas and helping prepare papers, as well as taking minutes, you will progress your knowledge and contribution to policy development. While the role will mean making a difference for students, you will not be working directly with students.

In order to deliver this role, effective communication and numeracy skills are essential, along with problem solving, analytical and IT skills. You will also have excellent organisational and administrative skills and will have A Levels and experience ideally gained within a higher education environment or be educated to degree level. You will receive full support from your team and training opportunities as you settle in to the role.

The ability to communicate bilingually in Welsh or English is desirable.

For more information and a full job description, please click Apply

Student Experience Manager

Location:  Caerphilly
Salary: £32,517 – £38,111
Hours: Full time, but could be 0.8 FTE for the right candidate
Contract type: Permanent, suitable for secondment
Placed on: 09/07/2021
Closes: 25/07/2021
Job ref: HE0198/693

Could you make a positive difference to the experience of higher education students in Wales?

Do you have experience in policy development/delivery?

If so, this could be the role for you!

We are looking for a member of our Student Experience team to help us develop policy relating to aspects of the student experience, and help us undertake our regulatory role in relation to the quality of higher education at providers in Wales. Areas of work covered by the team include academic standards, learning and teaching, and student information.

We are looking for an individual with great communication skills who can work in partnership with others and act with integrity, to help us deliver the objectives of our Corporate Strategy, respond to Welsh Government policy steers, and ensure that students have a high-quality academic experience. The role is wide-ranging and will allow you to demonstrate your analytical and problem solving skills, as well as your understanding of issues which impact on the student academic experience.

Experience of the development and delivery of policy and processes is essential.  This would preferably be in quality assurance and/or student experience, and ideally from within a higher education or public sector environment.

You will lead the development, implementation and review of policy in areas such as the national student survey, student partnership and implementation of HEFCW’s responsibilities regarding quality assessment.   You will also support key committees, including writing papers, undertaking projects and taking minutes, and support our review of teaching funding.

You will maintain effective working relationships with external partners and stakeholders. The role will focus on the student interest but will not involve direct contact with individual students.

The ability to communicate bilingually in Welsh or English is desirable.

For more information and a full job description, please click Apply

Widening Access and Inclusion Officer

Location:  Caerphilly
Salary: £25,527 – £30,302
Hours: Full time, also suitable for job share
Contract type: Permanent, suitable for secondment
Placed on: 09/07/2021
Closes: 25/07/2021
Job ref: HE0199/694

Could you help us as we develop policies to widen access and improve equality and diversity in higher education in Wales?

We are looking for a Widening Access and Inclusion Officer to work with us to support the Welsh higher education sector to widen access, promote equality of opportunity and increase the diversity of staff and students in higher education. The team’s work also includes areas such as supporting the well-being of future generations as set out in the Well-being of Future Generations Act, along with helping to ensure that equality is at the heart of all we do as an organisation and your role will be integral to achieving the team’s goals.

You will work closely as part of our team to monitor and review reports and plans submitted to us, prepare evidence and information to shape our policy developments, and liaise with external partners and stakeholders, such as universities and the Welsh Government. You will have a varied range of work within the team as well as informing the work of other teams in HEFCW on matters of equality, diversity and inclusion. Through attending and providing support for meetings and events you will progress your knowledge, and contribution to policy development, whilst also receiving full support from your team and training opportunities at all times. While the role will mean making a difference for students, you will not be working directly with students.

In order to deliver this role, effective analytical and problem solving skills plus communication and numeracy skills are essential, along with IT skills. You will also have excellent organisational and administrative skills and will have A Levels (or equivalent) and experience ideally gained within a higher education environment or be educated to degree level.

The ability to communicate bilingually in Welsh or English is desirable.

For more information and a full job description, please click ApplyNational Youth Arts Wales logo

National Youth Arts Wales

Music Projects Producer

  • Salary: £22,500 per annum pro rata, paid monthly.

  • Hours of work: Four days (28 hours) per week.

    Working days are usually Monday to Friday between 9 – 4.30 however NYAW frequently operates at weekends during certain times. Time off is given for any overtime worked.

  • Contract: This is a 12-month, fixed term contract, subject to funding.

Deadline for applications: 11.59pm on Sunday 1 August 2021

This role will be embedded within the National Youth Arts Team and primarily responsible for successfully delivering the 2022 Côr Skills and Music Futures projects, although the successful applicant would also be expected to contribute towards the running of other music activity through the duration of the contract.

As Producer you will work closely with and report to the NYAW Senior Producer and Participation and Learning Producer to develop the programmes for each Project based on the learning and feedback from the pilots. This will include agreeing targets to do with participation, particularly with regard to diversity and inclusion and researching and appointing an appropriate team of mentors and practitioners to deliver the projects.

For more information and how to apply, click this link to find out more.

Côr Skills Trainee Producer

  • Salary: £17,290 per annum pro rata, paid monthly

    Help to understand pro rata and what you will actually receive can be found here

  • Hours of work: 14 hours per week.

    Working days are usually Monday to Friday between 9 – 4.30 however NYAW frequently operates at weekends during certain times. Time off is given for any overtime worked.

    You will also have an annual leave allowance of 7.5 days as well as additional leave for bank holidays and when the office is closed over the Christmas period.

  • Contract: This is a 9-month, fixed term contract.

Deadline for applications: 11.59pm, Sunday 1 August 2021

This is a trainee role in which you will be given hands on experience at producing music-based events and both online and live music projects for young people.

You will be part of the NYAW Core staff team, but you will also work closely with a small team of freelance staff who are involved in delivering this project. We want to help you use and develop your skills and interests to help further your own ambitions and those of the participants in our Côr Skills project.

For more information and how to apply, click this link to find out more.

Swim Wales

Communications Manager

Full-time

Up to £30k (Depending on Experience)

We have created an exciting role at Swim Wales for an enthusiastic communications manager to join our dynamic team. You will report directly to our Chief Executive and lead all of our PR, communication and engagement activities for the national governing body. For the full job description and details for how to apply, please see below.

 To find out more about us at Swim Wales please click here.

Closing date for applications Sunday 8th August 2021

Communications Manager Job Description June 21

Sherman Theatre

Marketing manager

£25,000
FULL TIME, PERMANENT

An exciting opportunity for a talented, driven and passionate arts marketer to connect audiences with exceptional theatre. The Marketing Manager will play a pivotal role in reaching audiences, increasing income and telling the story of this leading producing theatre.

Closing date: 12noon on Wednesday 11 August 2021

Interviews to be held on Tuesday 17 August 2021

If you require further information before you apply, please contact us by emailing recruitment@shermantheatre.co.uk.

For Welsh or English application packs, please visit www.shermantheatre.co.uk/jobs.

marketing ASSISTANT

£18,617-£19,266 per annum
FULL TIME, PERMANENT

The Marketing Assistant role supports Sherman Theatre’s work to reach audiences and generate income. It is an ideal opportunity for someone wishing to begin a career in arts marketing or at the early stage of their career. The role holder will gain experience of a wide range of arts marketing practices and techniques.

Closing date: 12noon on Wednesday 11 August 2021

Interviews to be held on Wednesday 18 August 2021

If you require further information before you apply, please contact us by emailing recruitment@shermantheatre.co.uk.

For Welsh or English application packs, please visit www.shermantheatre.co.uk/jobs.

We are looking to add to the diversity of our workforce and would therefore particularly welcome applications from communities who are currently under represented in our team. Our building is accessible both Front of House and backstage.

Sherman Theatre is funded by Arts Council of Wales. We are committed to Equal Opportunities and a Registered Charity.



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