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Senior public affairs and policy adviser for Wales

The Royal College of Physicians

£34,000 to £38,000 per annum, depending on skills

Cardiff Bay

Do you want to shape the future of healthcare in Wales? The Royal College of Physicians is looking for a talented and proactive public affairs and policy adviser to lead our influencing work in Wales.

17,270 to 18,286 per annum pro rata

Cardiff

As a Mobility Services Support Worker you will provide a wide range of administrative support to the functions within the Mobility Services Team. You will maintain paper and computer based systems, liaising with colleagues, clients, supporters and veterinary practices. In addition you will provide a full and efficient service, assisting in maintaining high service levels to internal and external customers.

£21,050 actual per annum 35hrs per week

North Wales

We are looking for someone who will be responsible for supporting the development of Dementia Friendly Communities across the North Wales Locality.

Growing Together Wales Advisor

Federation of City Farms Community Gardens (FCFCG)

£25,440 pro rata starting salary - 15 hrs per week

Cardiff (other locations considered)

This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a new UK partnership project called Growing Together, designed to increase the financial sustainability of the community growing sector in the UK.

We are currently recruiting for the new part-time (15 hrs/week) post of Growing Together Wales Advisor. This post will ideally be based in Cardiff, but we will also consider applicants that are based elsewhere in Wales. Flexible working is available for this post.

Service Development Manager

Glamorgan Voluntary Services (GVS)**

£27,924 - £31,846 35 hours per week

Vale of Glamorgan

This is a key post within GVS** senior management team providing leadership and operational management across all GVS services. You will be organised and efficient, with experience of management at a senior level within a Third Sector organisation.

Vacancy for Development Officer

Glamorgan Voluntary Services (GVS)**

£21,530 - £27123 (pro rata) 21 hours per week

Vale of Glamorgan

This is a key post within GVS** providing support to enable Third Sector organisations to operate legally and efficiently. You will be organised and efficient, with experience of providing a range of support (e.g. governance, funding and volunteering support) to the Third Sector.

Fundraising Manager

Tros Gynnal Plant

£22,937 - £27,123 (35 hrs)

Cardiff

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced fundraiser, who will be able to significantly increase our voluntary income from a variety of sources.

Digital Project Officer

The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA)

£20k pro rata (37.5 hours a week for three months)

Cardiff

The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA), Wales’ leading independent think tank, is looking for a freelance Digital Project Officer to support the IWA’s work on a health policy project between May and August 2015.

The IWA is developing an innovative health project which sets out to discuss the experience of cancer patients in Wales and explore how the system can be improved, which will go live in mid-May 2015.

This policy project will be based on an online platform and will use crowdsourcing techniques to draw out quantitative and qualitative results.

£17,000 pro rata (12 hours per week)

Cardiff

The Big Lottery project at Sherman Cymru is aiming to work with a number of specific target groups through a range of one off and weekly activities. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our small team to deliver on the Big Lottery’s priorities.

£17,629 pro rata - 6 hours per week (based on 37.5hrs per week)

Swansea

To provide confidential administrative and secretarial support to the Chief Executive to ensure effective performance of their role.

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