Hands around the World

Grant Manager

The object of this post is to ensure that HATW has funds available to support its vital work with disadvantaged children in Africa and India. The Grants Manager will manage and further develop HATW’s grants programme to provide a sustainable income stream from trusts and foundations. The role covers the complete trust fundraising process from prospect research to monitoring and reporting. HATW is a small charity (3 part-time employees plus many volunteers) so the person appointed will need to have a flexible approach and undertake some other fundraising responsibilities as part of the role.

Applicants must have excellent communication skills, experience of fundraising and a good general knowledge of financial management. Full details of the person specification and job description are in the attached application pack.

Due to COVID-19, we are currently working from home. We envisage a future flexible working pattern allowing for some time working at home and some in the office.

Closing date: 31st October 2021

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Fair Do’s Siopa Teg CIC

Part-time staff member

Fair Do’s Siopa Teg CIC, Cardiff’s dedicated fair trade shop, is looking for a part-time staff member to join our enthusiastic team of staff and volunteers.

The post will be part-time ( initially one day a week – Saturdays, with the possibility of one weekday too in the future ).

The work will involve customer contact,  supervising volunteers, working with the manager and deputy manager to ensure the smooth running of the shop, and promoting the work of Fair Do’s.

You will need to be friendly, enthusiastic, committed to fair trade, able to work alongside a wide range of people.

Fair Do’s is a Community Interest Company. Please see our two objectives below.

Please contact Jan Tucker at with expressions of interest in this post and for a detailed job description.

The date for applications has been extended :

Applications by email to Jan Tucker at to arrive by Tuesday, 2nd November, with interviews shortly after 10th November. The successful candidate will start work as soon as possible.

Please could applicants send a CV, two references, and a short paragraph explaining why they would like to apply for this post at Fair Do’s/Siopa Teg CIC.

For further information, please email Jan or phone the shop on 029 2022 2066.

Our objectives are to: benefit farmers and artisans in some of the poorest communities of the developing world, by selling their products on fair trade terms; and to engage in awareness-raising and education in South Wales on fair trade and trade justice issues, working with adults and children.

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