Temple of Peace - Cleaner

The Welsh Centre for International Affairs, also known as the Temple of Peace, is based opposite the Welsh Government in Cathays Park.  We need two part-time, job-share cleaners or one cleaner to do both roles who can demonstrate the following qualities:

  • Honesty
  • Good references from current/past clients
  • Out-of-hours (10pm – 6am) and frequent weekend working for one post
  • Private transport or ability to prove they can get to/from the venue safely
  • Happy to take responsibility for their own health and safety as a lone-worker
  • Must have reasonable standards of spoken/written English
  • Confident and friendly customer service
  • Used to working with people from different cultures and social strata
  • Understanding of equal opportunities and respect for cultural differences
  • Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required

 

The jobs are 12.5 hours Monday-Friday daytimes and 3 hours per week at weekends paying £8.75 per hour. 


Job overview

The Temple of Peace is home to several of Wales’ international charities and hosts many functions, both business and celebratory, in its famous Marble Hall & Council Chamber.  We are looking for one or two job-share cleaners who can do Monday – Friday, 2.5 hours per day keeping our offices and communal areas clean, and 3 hours per week out-of-hours weekend cleaning for pre- and post-event cleaning. 

You may be able to clean weekday and/or evenings but not weekends, or you may be able to do weekends only, or maybe you can do all the hours available; either way, please get in touch if you have previous cleaning experience. Duties will include the cleaning of the Marble Hall and Foyer, Council Chamber, communal areas, offices, kitchens and toilets. General cleaning duties apply and attention to detail is a must; dusting, mopping, glass cleaning, vacuuming and emptying of bins.

 

To apply, please email emilywilliams@wcia.org.uk  where you will be invited to a telephone interview before shortlisting for a personal interview. 

DEADLINE Friday 3rd August 2018

To find out more about WCIA see www.wcia.org.uk and www.templeofpeace.net

WCIA - Education Coordinator

Commonwealth students

We’re looking for an inspiring educationalist to coordinate, deliver and shape WCIA’s global learning work.

As well as delivering all our existing activities, the post holder will represent the WCIA in all our education work in Wales and beyond, exploring new partnerships and opportunities. The post-holder will also lead education projects, ensuring partners are kept informed and outcomes are delivered effectively. They will also ensure our education services are marketed and delivered to a high standard. Depending on the outcome of several funding bids, this role may also involve the recruitment and management of additional education staff and contractors as needed.

Job overview

Salary £25,463-£29,909 depending on experience
Benefits      Employer’s pension, enhanced sick leave and maternity/shared parental leave (see Brief for details)
Base Offices of the WCIA, Temple of Peace, Cardiff
Hours 37 hours per week 

Application instructions

  1. Please download our Job Description.
  1. To submit an application, download and complete:
  1. The deadline for receipt of applications is 9.00  Monday 23 July. Full application instructions are provided in the Job Description.

Hub Cymru Africa / WCIA - Development Support Manager - starting from £28,485 pro rata (Fixed Term) - Part Time (15hrs a week) - North Wales.

Closing Date: Midday on the 23 July 2018

Hub Cymru Africa has been established to deliver key elements of the Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme. It is a partnership of the Welsh Centre for International Affairs (lead partner), Fair Trade Wales, Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel, Wales for Africa Health Links Network and the Wales Council for Voluntary Action.

The Development Support Manager will work as part of the HCA team with specific responsibilities to lead Hub Cymru Africa’s development support, mentorship and training activities across North Wales.  They will ensure that individuals and groups within the Wales Africa sector access a programme of training, learning and information sharing events throughout Wales linked to Sustainable Development Goals and the Future Generations Act.

Three Development Managers will be deployed within Wales on a part time basis. Specific leadership responsibilities on a) training and b) mentoring will be allocated within these roles.  This post will be based in North Wales on a remote working or working from home basis.

This is a re-advertisement of the job, previous applicants need not apply.

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