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Audit and Risk Committee Independent Members - Digital Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW010
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member - Digital Lead

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are currently seeking an Independent Member to join our Audit and Risk Committee, one of the supporting pillars of how our organisation is run. Independent Members are expected to spend up to eight days per year on Committee matters, typically consisting of four Committee meetings plus four ad hoc meetings. Successful applicants will be appointed to the Committee for up to two years, with the possibility of a further two-year extension subject to satisfactory performance.

The Benefits

- A daily rate of £282 (gross)

The Role

As an Independent Member of the Audit and Risk Committee, you will provide the Board with guidance on risk management, governance and internal control. This role will have a focus on digital lead elements.

Reviewing and considering our internal processes and decision-making, you’ll report to the Board and ensure that adequate internal controls are in place, that risks are identified and mitigated and that our governance meets best practice standards.

You’ll provide advice to the Board to ensure we have the appropriate procedures and systems in place to maximise economy, efficiency and effectiveness.

Additionally, you’ll independently scrutinise new initiatives and policy changes, raising any concerns to the Board.

About You

To be considered as an Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member, you will need:

- Significant, relevant and recent strategic experience at a senior level, ideally including digital transformation and cyber resilience
- Experience of monitoring and holding Senior Management to account
- Skill and expertise in audit, risk management and corporate governance
- The ability to provide support and constructive challenge that balances risk appetite with progressive solutions to issues faced by the sector
- Highly developed analytical skills
- A degree or relevant further education or professional qualification in business leadership and management

The closing date for applications is 30th October 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Committee Member, Trustee, Independent Representative, or Auditor.

So, if you’re interested in this excellent opportunity as an Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Corporate Services
Status
Part Time
Type
Temporary Contract

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Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member - Financial Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW011
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member - Financial Lead

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are currently seeking an Independent Member to join our Audit and Risk Committee, one of the supporting pillars of how our organisation is run. Independent Members are expected to spend up to eight days per year on Committee matters, typically consisting of four Committee meetings plus four ad hoc meetings. Successful applicants will be appointed to the Committee for up to two years, with the possibility of a further two-year extension subject to satisfactory performance.

The Benefits

- A daily rate of £282 (gross)

The Role

As an Independent Member of the Audit and Risk Committee, you will provide the Board with guidance on risk management, governance and internal control. This role will focus on financial lead elements.

Reviewing and considering our internal processes and decision-making, you’ll report to the Board and ensure that adequate internal controls are in place, that risks are identified and mitigated and that our governance meets best practice standards.

You’ll provide advice to the Board to ensure we have the appropriate procedures and systems in place to maximise economy, efficiency and effectiveness.

Additionally, you’ll independently scrutinise new initiatives and policy changes, raising any concerns to the Board.

About You

To be considered as an Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member, you will need:

- Significant, relevant and recent financial management experience at a senior level
- Experience of monitoring and holding Senior Management to account
- Skill and expertise in audit, risk management and corporate governance
- The ability to provide support and constructive challenge that balances risk appetite with progressive solutions to issues faced by the sector
- Highly developed analytical skills
- A Degree or relevant further education or professional qualification in accountancy, finance, risk management, business management or internal audit / a Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) recognised professional accountancy qualification

The closing date for this role is 30th October 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Committee Member, Trustee, Independent Representative, or Auditor.

So, if you’re interested in this exceptional opportunity as an Audit and Risk Committee Independent Member, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Corporate Services
Status
Part Time
Type
Temporary Contract

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW006
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are currently seeking an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer to join our team on a permanent, full-time basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Family leave policy

The Role

As an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, you will support the strategic direction and delivery of our EDI agenda.

Supporting engagement across the organisation, as well as with national and regional partners, you will identify opportunities to enhance the understanding of EDI and drive change in behaviours, practice and perceptions.

Maintaining a thorough understanding of equality legislation, regulations and codes of good practice, you will co-ordinate the delivery of our Equality Impact Assessment, including the development of statistical data, to support this analysis.

About You

To be considered as an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion officer, you will need:

- Experience of working within EDI across the full breadth of protected characteristics
- Experience of developing and implementing strategies, policies and procedures across the full breadth of protected characteristics and a thorough understanding of the legislative context of EDI compliance
- Experience of delivering objectives in collaboration with a range of other stakeholders
- Comprehensive knowledge of EDI across the full breadth of protected characteristics
- Extensive knowledge of relevant Welsh EDI legislation, policies and procedures
- Strong organisation skills and the ability to anticipate and mitigate potential problems

Please note applications for this role close on 10th October 2022.

Other organisations may call this role EDI Officer, Equality & Diversity Officer, Equality Officer, Inclusion Officer, or EDI Strategy Manager.

So, if you can help us build a representative and equitable organisation as an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Corporate Services
Status
Flexible
Type
Permanent

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Internal Communications Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW005
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£25,264 - £27,962

Internal Communications Officer
Wales (with hybrid working in the UK)

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are currently seeking an Internal Communications Officer to join our team on a permanent, full-time basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £25,264 - £27,962
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Family leave policy

The Role

As the Internal Communications Officer, you will oversee all our internal communications work.

With an increase in staff and a new intranet, effective internal communication is paramount. You will develop and implement an imaginative and engaging internal communications plan.

You will write, design, proofread and publish Welsh and English content and evaluate its effectiveness. Supporting the Communications Team in developing governance, you will help colleagues produce content in-line with our organisational standards.

Additionally, you will support the development of the new intranet based upon Microsoft SharePoint.

About You

To be considered as the Internal Communications Officer, you will need:

- Experience of producing written communications materials
- Experience in the public sector
- Excellent English and Welsh language skills
- Working knowledge of project-based email platforms, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft SharePoint
- Working knowledge of producing accessible video content in Welsh and English
- Working knowledge of how to produce accessible content
- Knowledge of how to write excellent accurate content for different audiences and channels of communication
- A degree or post-graduate qualification in journalism, media or general communications

Closing date: 4th October 2022.

Other organisations might call this role Communications Officer, Internal Communications Specialist, Internal Communications Officer, or Internal Communications and Engagement Officer.

So, if you are ready for your next step as an Internal Communications Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Corporate Services
Status
Flexible
Type
Permanent
Hours
36

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Improvement and Development

Learning, Training and Development Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW007
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Learning, Training and Development Officer
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are currently seeking a Learning, Training and Development Officer to join our team on a full-time, 12 month fixed-term contract.

Secondments are welcome pending employer approval.

The Benefits

- Salary of £35,246 - £39,589
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Family leave policy

The Role

As a Learning, Training and Development Officer, you will oversee the project lifecycle of our learning and development modules, including the design, development, delivery and evaluation stages.

By identifying the needs of individuals and groups, you will develop toolkits, guidance documents and training materials that will benefit learners and satisfy legislative and regulatory requirements.

Ensuring that the programmes are adequately administrated, you will review progress, maintain accurate records and make amendments to programmes as necessary to ensure continual improvement.

About You

To be considered as a Learning, Training and Development Officer, you will need:

- Experience in the design, delivery and evaluation of L&D programmes
- Experience of facilitating workshops with strong presentation skills
- Experience of developing resources to support learning and practice development
- Experience of collaborating to deliver specific outcomes across organisations and locations
- Experience of translating research and best practice guidance into L&D programmes
- Comprehensive working knowledge of Early Years and childcare
- Knowledge of learning and development best practice
- An understanding of the training cycle, how adults learn and effective training
- An understanding of anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice
- The ability to communicate technical or complex information in a clear and engaging way
- The ability to communicate clearly in both Welsh and English

Please note, applications for this role close on 9th October 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Learning & Development Project Manager, Learning Designer, Training Project Manager, L&D Project Manager, or Learning & Development Programme Manager.

So, if you can drive our organisational knowledge pool as a Learning, Training and Development Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency

Function
Improvement and Development
Status
Flexible
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
36

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Regulation

Business Support

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW009
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£25,264 – £27,962 per annum

Business Support
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are now looking for an individual to provide Business Support to join us on a full time, permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £25,264 – £27,962 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday (pro rata) plus bank holidays
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Family leave policy

The Role

Providing Business Support, you will offer a high level of administrative services to our newly established Employer Support and Regulation department and Project Teams.

Specifically, you’ll maintain our administrative systems and prepare agendas, organise papers, produce minutes, take notes and co-ordinate internal and external meetings.

Contributing to project development and delivery, you’ll assist with proofreading, branding and translation and provide advice in drafting and distributing papers, tender specifications, consultations and project plans.

Additionally, you’ll monitor the progress of projects, collect data and analyse results to identify potential areas of improvement.

About You

To be considered in this Business Support role, you will need:

- Experience of business administration and providing administration support
- Experience of supporting projects or programmes
- Knowledge of the public sector and an understanding of Welsh Government’s role in the work of Social Care Wales
- The ability to develop and maintain excellent working relationships with a range of stakeholders and senior level staff
- Excellent organisational and time management skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- The ability to perform duties bilingually in Welsh and English
- The ability to use Microsoft Office applications

The closing date for this role is the 10th October 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Administrator, Administrative Assistant, Project Assistant, Programme Administrator, Business Administrator, Business Secretary, or Project Co-ordinator.

So, if you’re ready for this excellent opportunity to thrive in a Business Support role, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Regulation
Status
Flexible
Type
Permanent
Hours
36

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Registration Support (FTC)

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW008-1
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£21,196 – £23,757 (pro rata)

Registration Support (FTC)
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

About Us

At Social Care Wales, we provide national leadership and expertise in social care and early years in Wales.

Our vision is to make a positive difference to care and support for children, adults and their families and carers.

To do this, we lead on developing and regulating the social care workforce, service improvement, data and research to improve care.

We are currently seeking a number of Registration Support professionals to join our team for on a full-time basis, for a fixed term of 6 – 12 months.

The Benefits

- Salary of £21,196 – £23,757 (pro rata)
- 28 days’ holiday (pro rata) plus bank holidays
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Family leave policy

The Role

Joining our Registration Support Team, you will administer and support the processing of applications for registration on to the Register of Social Care Wales.

Acting as a first point of contact, you will provide excellent customer support as you respond to customers, stakeholders and staff queries via phone, email and face-to-face.

Providing excellent administrative support, you will review, process and record information provided by customers, ensuring that the essential criterion for registration are met and that the details are accurate.

Additionally, you will:

- Update the personal and employment details of registered people.
- Process payments for registration
- Collate information to assist the production of reports for internal committees
- Cleanse data

About You

To be considered as a member of the Registration Support team, you will need:

- Experience of working in a customer service environment
- Experience of using Microsoft Office suite, specifically Word, Outlook and Excel
- Experience of working effectively as part of a team
- The ability to effectively organise and prioritise your workload
- The ability to scrutinise data to ensure accuracy
- The ability to follow procedures and process data methodically and accurately
- Effective communication skills
- To embrace continuing improvement and change
- A proactive approach to problem solving

Please note, for some vacancies we will require candidates to be able to read, write and speak Welsh fluently. As such, fluency in both English and Welsh would be beneficial to your application.

Please note, the closing date for applications is the 9th October 2022.

Other organisations might call this position Administrator, Data Entry Administrator, Customer Service Administrator, Customer Service Administrative Assistant, or Administrative Assistant.

So, if you’re looking to join our Registration Support Team, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Function
Regulation
Status
Flexible
Type
Permanent
Hours
36

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Registration Support

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW008
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

TBC

Function
Regulation
Status
Flexible
Type
Permanent
Hours
36

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Rheoleiddio

Cymorth Busnes

Caerdydd/Llanelwy (Gweithio Hybrid)

Job Ref
SCW009-W
Location
Caerdydd/Llanelwy (Gweithio Hybrid)

Cymorth Busnes
Caerdydd neu Lanelwy (gyda gwaith hybrid)

Amdanom ni

Yn Gofal Cymdeithasol Cymru, rydym yn darparu arweinyddiaeth genedlaethol ac arbenigedd mewn gofal cymdeithasol a blynyddoedd cynnar yng Nghymru.

Ein gweledigaeth yw gwneud gwahaniaeth cadarnhaol i ofal a chymorth i blant, oedolion a’u teuluoedd a’u gofalwyr.

I wneud hyn, rydym yn arwain ar ddatblygu a rheoleiddio’r gweithlu gofal cymdeithasol, gwella gwasanaethau, data ac ymchwil i wella gofal.

Rydym nawr yn chwilio am unigolyn i ddarparu Cymorth Busnes i ymuno â ni yn llawn amser, parhaol.

Y Manteision

- Cyflog o £25,264 – £27,962 y flwyddyn
- 28 diwrnod o wyliau (pro rata) ynghyd â gwyliau banc
- Diwrnodau ychwanegol i ffwrdd rhwng y Nadolig a'r Flwyddyn Newydd
- Cynllun pensiwn llywodraeth leol
- Polisi gwaith hyblyg
- Polisi absenoldeb teuluol

Y Rôl

Gan ddarparu Cymorth Busnes, byddwch yn cynnig lefel uchel o wasanaethau gweinyddol i'n hadran Cymorth a Rheoleiddio i Gyflogwyr a Thimau Prosiect sydd newydd eu sefydlu.

Yn benodol, byddwch yn cynnal ein systemau gweinyddol ac yn paratoi agendâu, yn trefnu papurau, yn cynhyrchu cofnodion, yn cymryd nodiadau ac yn cydlynu cyfarfodydd mewnol ac allanol.

Gan gyfrannu at ddatblygu a chyflawni prosiectau, byddwch yn cynorthwyo gyda phrawfddarllen, brandio a chyfieithu ac yn rhoi cyngor ar ddrafftio a dosbarthu papurau, manylebau tendro, ymgynghoriadau a chynlluniau prosiect.

Yn ogystal, byddwch yn monitro cynnydd prosiectau, yn casglu data ac yn dadansoddi canlyniadau i nodi meysydd posibl i'w gwella.

Amdanoch Chi

I gael eich ystyried yn y rôl Cymorth Busnes hon, bydd angen:

- Profiad o weinyddu busnes a darparu cymorth gweinyddol
- Profiad o gefnogi prosiectau neu raglenni
- Gwybodaeth am y sector cyhoeddus a dealltwriaeth o rôl Llywodraeth Cymru yng ngwaith Gofal Cymdeithasol Cymru
- Y gallu i ddatblygu a chynnal perthnasoedd gwaith rhagorol gydag ystod o randdeiliaid a staff lefel uwch
- Sgiliau trefnu a rheoli amser rhagorol
- Sgiliau cyfathrebu ysgrifenedig a llafar rhagorol
- Y gallu i gyflawni dyletswyddau'n ddwyieithog yn y Gymraeg a'r Saesneg
- Y gallu i ddefnyddio rhaglenni Microsoft Office

Y dyddiad cau ar gyfer y rôl hon yw 10 Hydref 2022.

Gall sefydliadau eraill alw'r rôl hon yn Weinyddwr, Cynorthwyydd Gweinyddol, Cynorthwyydd Prosiect, Gweinyddwr Rhaglen, Gweinyddwr Busnes, Ysgrifennydd Busnes, neu Gydlynydd Prosiect.

Felly, os ydych chi'n barod am y cyfle gwych hwn i ffynnu mewn rôl Cefnogi Busnes, gwnewch gais trwy'r botwm a ddangosir. Mae'r swydd wag hon yn cael ei hysbysebu gan Webrecruit. Mae'r gwasanaethau a hysbysebir gan Webrecruit yn rhai Asiantaeth Gyflogaeth.

Function
Rheoleiddio
Status
Amser llawn
Type
Hours
36

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