Jobs

Update: We are still encouraging candidates to apply for both roles being advertised. However, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the interviews and appointments process will be delayed. 

If you have submitted an application, we will be in contact with you soon. 

 

Current Vacancies: 

Venue Manager                   Project Officer

 

Venue Manager  

Salary and pension: Band E £34,788-£42,683 (employees usually start on the first point of the pay band)

Employment terms: Full time. Permanent.

Hours: 37 hours a week. Flexible working is expected, including at evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

We are a flexible employer with home, remote and flexible working arrangements available. Job share considered.

This is an exciting role with the post-holder responsible for maintaining and growing a grade II listed venue, building on the successes of the last few years.

The Venue Manager will be responsible for maximising the income to the WCIA from the venue while maintaining high standards of professionalism and reflecting the values of the charity and the unique building. This includes all aspects of venue management, sales and marketing, setting and managing a budget, giving excellent customer service and ensuring a professional image of the Temple is projected at all times. The Venue Manager will maintain and grow venue income by proactively seeking new customers, overseeing all aspects of bookings including managing the venue team, liaising with suppliers, tracking enquiries and reporting regularly on performance to the Board of trustees. The role also involves looking after internal customers for their events and meetings in the Temple.

Download the Application form

View the Job Description

Download the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

View the WCIA Draft organigram

Closing date: 9am on Friday 17th April

If you are shortlisted for an interview, we will contact you directly.

Interview dates TBC

Project Officer 

Salary and pension: Band C (£21,589 – £26,317) (applicants normally start on the first point of the pay scale in their band)

Automatic enrolment into our pension scheme and the WCIA will match your contribution up to a maximum of 5% of your gross salary (minimum 4%)

Employment terms: 2-year contract with possibility of extension

Hours: Full time (37 hours per week), including some weekends and evenings. Flexible and remote working available

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and dynamic individual to support the Global Learning and Global Action teams to deliver projects and activities.

The successful candidate will support a range of projects, creating resources; delivering workshops, training and support to children and young people to develop global citizenship skills, values and attitudes; and coordinating Wales-based work camps. All activities should empower participants, particularly young people, to take action on global issues. The role will also involve coordinating WCIA’s volunteering activity, offering training and support to volunteers from Wales and overseas and recruiting new volunteers for opportunities in Wales and abroad. This individual will represent the WCIA in some volunteering and youth networks.

We are looking for a qualified youth worker or someone who is willing to qualify. The post-holder will need to be on call at times to be agreed with the line manager.

Download the Application form

View the Job Description

Download the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

View the WCIA Draft organigram

Closing date: 9am on Friday 17th April

If you are shortlisted for an interview, we will contact you directly.

Interviews will take place in the week beginning 6 April at the Temple of Peace, Cardiff.

 

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