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The Sova Achieving Change through Employment (ACE) project has been funded by the European Social Fund (ESF), through the Welsh Government, to provide "Into Work Support" to members of the Black & Minority Ethnic and Migrant population of the East Wales Region of Wales.

Game On Programme Manager-Wales

Coalfields Regeneration Trust



This is an exciting opportunity to lead the Coalfields Regeneration Trust’s Game On project. For over 10 years the award winning Game On project has been working throughout former coalfield communities to use the power of football to engage young people from disadvantaged communities to access personal development opportunities through volunteering, training and employment which provide life changing experiences. The programme also offers opportunities for a wide range of ages and backgrounds including the expanding Walking Football project for older people and seeks to develop future provision across a arrange of sports.

National Youth Forum

Disability Sport Wales

Positioned at the heart of our organisation, as part of our National Youth Forum, you will represent & communicate the views of all disabled children and young people to inform and enhance our work in Transforming Lives through the Power of Sport!


Welsh Centre for International Affairs


We are now seeking to recruit 2 dynamic trustees who can bring experience, networks, knowledge and skills to international affairs. In particular, we are looking for at least one appointee who has expertise in education in Wales (primary, secondary or further) and one appointee to take up the vital role of Secretary to the Board.

Admin Worker

Newport Citizens Advice

£16,481 – £17,547


This post is to provide administrative support to the benefits team and Newport bureau as a whole. You will need to be well organised and have excellent communication skills. Must have extensive experience of general office procedures and of using a range of computer applications.

Employment & Discrimination Caseworker

Newport Citizens Advice

£23,166 – £24,717


The postholder will deliver advice, casework and representation across a wide range of discrimination issues particularly in employment for the award winning Employment & Discrimination Team. Legal training or appropriate experience is essential.

£19,000 - £23,000


Your role will be to work in a team directly with young adults aged 18-24 who have been arrested for low level offences in the Swansea Bay area. The primary aim of the role is to reduce the risk of re-offending through delivering bespoke interventions to challenge and support young adults.

Finance Officer Cardiff

Media Academy Cardiff

£18,000 to £20,000


Your role will be to oversee all daily financial transactions including the issuing and payment of invoices, petty cash payments, monthly payroll and assisting the Director with financial reporting. You will be proficient in the use of Sage accountancy payroll software and other relevant computer software.

£17,169 increasing to £17,891 pro rata per annum


To maintain and develop the organisation and contact related information held on IDRIS, the WCVA Customer Relationship Management database.

Director for Wales

Learning and Work Institute

£55,000 - £65,000


We are looking to recruit a highly motivated and inspiring Director for Wales to build upon our existing success and increase our impact and income for the future. This role will focus on increasing our profile in Wales, managing our strategic partnerships, gathering and disseminating our evidence and messages and making even more of an impact on learning and work in Wales.

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