Jobs

Academi Heddwch Coordinator

We’re recruiting for an Academi Heddwch Cymru coordinator. This is an exciting opportunity to coordinate Academi Heddwch’s work programme in its first year and to develop plans, priorities and projects for the longer term.

The successful candidate will be excellent at building and maintaining relationships with diverse stakeholders in Wales and internationally, coordinating events and activities to a high standard and communicating effectively in Welsh and English.

The Academi Heddwch Coordinator will be employed by the WCIA.

Job overview

Salary: Band D (points 23-31 on NJC Scale – starting at £27,041 pro rata) – employees usually start on the first point in the pay band

Base: Offices of the WCIA, Temple of Peace, Cardiff with options for home and remote working

Hours: 3 days per week (0.6 FTE based on 37-hour working week)

Deadline: 5.00pm, Monday 19 April

Application instructions: Please download our job pack. To submit an application, download and complete the application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Climate Cymru Campaign Manager

The Campaign Manager will work with partners, ambassadors and businesses to make sure we reach our target of taking 50,000 diverse voices from Wales to COP26. The successful candidate will ensure those voices are representative of people across Wales and will coordinate the Climate.Cymru presence at COP26 (either digital or physical depending on COVID restrictions).

The Campaign Manager will keep up excellent communications with across the partnership and with the funder, ensuring recognition, financial reporting and narrative reporting requirements are met. They will make sure there is a strong legacy from Climate.Cymru drawing more members into the Stop Climate Chaos Cymru partnership and ensuring Wales has a strong and diverse climate lobby beyond Glasgow.

This is a campaign of Stop Climate Chaos Cymru (SCCC). WCIA is a partner of SCCC and the host of this project so is the employer for the Campaign Manager. 

Job overview

Salary: Band D (points 23-31 on NJC Scale – starting at £27,041 pro rata) – employees usually start on the first point in the pay band

Base: Offices of the WCIA, Temple of Peace, Cardiff with options for home and remote working

Hours: 3 days per week (0.6 FTE based on 37-hour working week)

Deadline: 5.00pm, Monday 19 April

Application instructions: Please download our job pack. To submit an application, download and complete the application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.