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circa £20,000 pa pro rata depending on experience - 20 - 28 hours per week

Based at Institute of Life Science, Swansea University

The Mullany Fund is an educational charity working to increase social mobility with specific interest in improving access to healthcare and medical professions.

The E-mentoring project works in partnership with local schools with support from the National Lottery. The project aims to connect disadvantaged young people interested in medical and healthcare careers with medical professionals via a secure online space, helping them aspire to and achieve meaningful careers.

Trustees

Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA)

Unpaid

Cardiff

With a major Heritage Lottery Fund grant and the prospect of expanded work on the Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme we are entering an exciting period of expansion.

We are now seeking to recruit dynamic trustees to help guide and support the organisation through this exciting transition.

Public Engagement and Volunteering Officer

Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA)

WCIA Band 3 – starting at £24,472 pro rata - Part time (28 hours per week)

Cardiff

WALES AFRICA PARTNERSHIP
This new partnership will introduce an exciting programme of activities benefitting Wales and Africa. It brings together the WCIA and four of Wales’ leading international and volunteering networks – Fair Trade Wales, Wales for Africa Health Links Network, Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel and Wales Council for Voluntary Action.

Communications, Media and Events Coordinator

Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA)

WCIA Band 4 – starting at £27,924 - Full time (37 hours per week)

Cardiff

WALES AFRICA PARTNERSHIP
This new partnership will introduce an exciting programme of activities benefitting Wales and Africa. It brings together the WCIA and four of Wales’ leading international and volunteering networks – Fair Trade Wales, Wales for Africa Health Links Network, Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel and Wales Council for Voluntary Action.

Finance and Volunteering Administrator

Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA)

WCIA Band 1 – starting at £16,572 pro rata - Part time (18.5 hours per week)

Cardiff

WALES FOR PEACE

The WCIA has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a major project titled ‘Cymru dros Heddwch / Wales for Peace’, budgeted at £1.1 million over 4 years.

This project will engage 100,000 people in discovering, sharing and learning from Wales’ heritage of building peace.

Learning Coordinator

Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA)

WCIA Band 3 – starting at £26,293 - Full time (37 hours per week)

Cardiff

WALES FOR PEACE

The WCIA has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a major project titled ‘Cymru dros Heddwch / Wales for Peace’, budgeted at £1.1 million over 4 years.

This project will engage 100,000 people in discovering, sharing and learning from Wales’ heritage of building peace.

Development Officer

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Wales

£18,000 - £20,000 per annum pro rata, part time - 21 hours per week

North and Mid Wales

An exciting post with the UK’s leading achievement award for young people.

Development Officer

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Wales

£18,000 to £20,000 per annum - full time

South East and Mid Wales

An exciting post with the UK’s leading achievement award for young people.

Operations Officer

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Wales

£26,000 to £28,000 per annum - full time

South Wales

An exciting post with the UK’s leading achievement award for young people.

Treasurer

Children in Wales

Unpaid

Cardiff

Following the retirement of the previous Treasurer, Children in Wales is seeking to recruit an experienced individual as a new Treasurer for the Trustee Board.

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