Vacancies

Diaspora and Inclusion Officer

Sub-Saraha Advisory Panel is an expanding international development organisation. You will be working with SSAP as part of the Hub Cymru Africa team, responsible for supporting inclusion of diaspora and other marginalised groups within the programme, including people living with a disability, girls and women, LGBTQ+ communities, youth and other minoritised communities.

The post-holder for this role will need to have an established relationships with relevant groups in Wales for the purpose of the community engagement element of the role.

Hours: 33.5 hours per week

Salary: £29,577 pro rata (£26,422 actual)

Application process

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Wales Church Engagement & Fundraising Officer

An exciting role within the Christian Aid Wales team, this is one of two such roles in Wales working to strengthen, motivate, inspire and resource people and churches in Wales to give, act and pray in response to global poverty. With a particular focus on South/South East Wales, the role will offer bespoke and often face-to-face support to churches, Christian Aid Groups and networks, working creatively across the denominations to grow support of Christian Aid.

The role holder will also be responsible for some Wales-wide church-based areas of work within the team. For example, regular communications to church networks, building a Wales church volunteer speaker network, engaging with those training for the ministry, church campaigning, areas of bespoke fundraising, and events and festivals.

You will be passionate about working alongside churches and others to inspire action to overcome global poverty, with a good understanding of the breadth of church audiences in Wales, as well as the geographical area of South/South East Wales. You will have experience of working to build relationship that inspire action, as well as the ability to develop messages into a theological context. You will be happy to be out and about meeting people, building partnerships, supporting volunteers and communicating creatively and dynamically about the work of Christian Aid.

The ideal candidate will have a good level of spoken and written Welsh, as well as English.

There is requirement for applicants to live in the specific area the post is covering, South/South East Wales.

Hours: full time

Salary: £36,255 – £39,644

Application process

  • Applicants should write a CV and supporting statement (in English, due to the makeup of the shortlisting and interview panel)
  • Applications should be submitted via this online form
  • The deadline for receipt of applications is Tuesday 29th November 2022
  • Early applications are strongly encouraged as interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis and this role may be filled before the advertised closing date
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Wales Media, Communications & Resources Officer

An exciting role with the Christian Aid Wales team and working in close collaboration with the UK Comms function, the Media, Comms & Resources Officer for Wales helps to build greater awareness of, and support for, Christian Aid’s work through use of various media (news media, social media, website etc) and by producing high-quality and effective supporter communications & resources. Part of this role involves the coordination, development and publication of Christian Aid’s supporter resources which take into account Welsh language requirements and the Welsh context, including correcting and editing Welsh text/proof reading.

Passionate about working alongside churches and others to inspire action to overcome global poverty, you will have a good understanding of the media, social, political, church and voluntary sector context in Wales and be comfortable with communicating creatively and appropriately in terms of language and tone to different church audiences. You will have substantial experience of media work, communications, journalism, public relations or equivalent, and a proven ability to harness a variety of media to increase awareness, interest & participation. You will also have experience of correcting and editing Welsh text and proof reading.

The ideal candidate will be fluent in spoken and written Welsh, as well as English.

Hours: 24.5 hours per week

Salary: £25,379 – £27,751 pro rata

Application process

  • Applicants should write a CV and supporting statement (in English, due to the makeup of the shortlisting and interview panel)
  • Applications should be submitted via this online form
  • The deadline for receipt of applications is Tuesday 29th November 2022
  • Early applications are strongly encouraged as interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis and this role may be filled before the advertised closing date
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Job Description and Person Specification