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Content Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
ELAVN2507/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£29,372 - £32,998 per annum

Content 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.

Due to growing demands, we have a number of exciting opportunities to expand our team and are therefore looking for a Content Officer to join our Communications Team on a permanent basis.

The benefits

- Salary of £29,372 to £32,998 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The role

As a Content Officer, you’ll develop, design and publish content that meets the needs of our audiences online and offline.

Using data and evidence from user research and analytics platforms, you’ll make informed decisions about the best structure and format of content to meet users’ needs.

You’ll also advise other colleagues on the best format for content and proofread work, keeping in line with our tone of voice and accessibility guidelines.

About you

To be considered as a Content Officer, you’ll need:

- a proven track record of working as a writer and/or editor
- experience of researching and analysing what audiences are looking for and producing content that meets their needs
- experience of structuring, designing and publishing content for online and offline channels
- experience of sub-editing and proofreading materials
- an understanding of HTML content, website content management systems and design and search engine optimisation
- knowledge of how to interpret qualitative and quantitative data (including web analytics)
- the ability to work through the medium of Welsh

This role will close at 11:59pm on Sunday 21st August 2022. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 30th August 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Content Creator, Copywriter, Content and Publications Officer, Marketing Officer, Communications Officer, or Content Executive.

So, if you’re looking for a new opportunity to showcase your creative skill set as a Content 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
FT


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Improvement and Development

Community Management Co-ordinator

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
DWAEI0409/SB
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£29,372 - £32,998 per annum

Community Management Co-ordinator
Cardiff and 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 a Community Management Co-ordinator to join our fantastic team.

The Benefits

- Salary of £29,372 - £32,998 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As the Community Management Co-ordinator, you will develop, maintain and promote effective, active and growing communities.

Overseeing customer and technical support, you will deliver a positive experience for our community members. You will create and manage records on our CRM system in line with legislative requirements and Social Care Wales’s policy and procedures.

You will organise and run marketing campaigns, establish and maintain our communities on the digital community platform and monitor and report on community activity. Co-ordinating the information we need to support membership of our communities, you will also ensure the data we hold is accurate and secure.

About You

To be considered as the Community Management Co-ordinator, you will need:

- Experience of using a CRM system to store individual data and manage contacts
- Experience of providing support to internal and external stakeholders
- Experience of using digital and social media platforms in a professional context
- An understanding of GDPR and other relevant data protection legislation
- An understanding of how social services and social care is organised, funded and delivered in Wales
- An understanding of research, data, or innovation in social care
- Confidence in advising people on using digital platforms
- The ability to gather and analyse feedback and data to identify issues and/or opportunities for improvement
- Excellent attention to detail and commitment to delivering high-quality outputs
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Welsh

The closing date for this role is midnight on Sunday 4th September 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Community Engagement Co-ordinator, Project Delivery Co-ordinator, Service Co-ordinator, Community Co-ordinator, or Online Content Co-ordinator.

So, if you’re ready for your next step as a Community Management Co-ordinator, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Senior Partnerships Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
DWADF-1409/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Senior Partnerships Lead
Cardiff / St Asaph (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 have taken on a new and exciting role to support social care innovation in Wales. Innovation for us means introducing new ideas or practices, whether that’s something completely novel or adapting what people have tried elsewhere.

We’re developing a team to deliver a range of activities that people have told us are important. We need people who can bring enthusiasm, motivation and a collaborative approach to their work.

We are now looking for a Senior Partnerships Lead to develop and implement collaborative projects and programmes to support innovation.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As the Senior Partnerships Lead, you will develop our work with key partners who have a role in supporting social care innovation.

We have established and developing relationships with partner organisations and you will help us progress these through joint activities and projects.

You will use your strong collaboration and influencing skills to grow productive relationships through first class communication and organisation.

You will act as our ambassador, represent us at committees and steer project groups. As well as preparing and delivering high-quality reports and presentations, you will deputise for the line manager.

About You

To be considered as the Senior Partnerships Lead, you will need:

- Experience of using a co-design and co-production approach to develop processes
- Experience of analysing and interpreting data
- Experience of managing projects and resources to deliver business objectives
- An understanding of the Welsh social service and care policy and how care is organised, funded and delivered
- The ability to lead the planning and organising of workshops and events
- The ability to identify and resolve complex problems and issues with stakeholders
- The ability to communicate technical or complex information in a clear and engaging way
- A degree or equivalent vocational qualification

Other organisations may call this role Relationship Manager, Partnership Manager, or Innovation Manager.

To join us as a Senior Partnerships Lead, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Information Governance Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
JDAOJ2408/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Information Governance Lead
St Asaph or Cardiff (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 Information Governance Lead, to join our team.

The Benefits

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

The Role

As our Information Governance Lead, you will design and lead our information governance strategies, providing frameworks for use across the social care sector in Wales.

In this exciting new role, you will analyse current data sharing pathways and conduct research to understand business and user requirements for data sharing within social care, using this information to produce a digital information governance gateway in Wales.

Your work will directly inform key information governance frameworks in Wales as well as policy and guidance for the National Data Resource and many other health and social care data projects in Wales.

Working with a host of external partners, including local authorities in Wales, NHS Wales, the Welsh Government and other organisations, you will organise a range of events to facilitate the effective emergence of a social care data network.

About You

To be considered as the Information Governance Lead, you will need:

- Previous experience in an information governance setting
- Experience of the social care field either as a carer, volunteer or employee
- The ability to communicate and discuss data with people with different levels of data literacy
- Knowledge of the Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information Act, GDPR and relevant legislation
- Knowledge of user centred design principles
- Knowledge of Caldicott Principles, WASPI, confidentiality, information security, records management and information sharing
- An understanding of the Welsh policy context and how social, health and care services are delivered
- A post-graduate qualification in relevant field or equivalent experience in policy research

Other organisations might call this position Senior Data Governance Researcher, Data Governance Policymaker, Information Policy Lead, Data Governance Policy Lead, or Head of Information and Data Governance.

So, if you have the expertise to succeed as our Information Governance Lead, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Improvement and Development Co-ordinator

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
DWADL0409/LB
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
A2 grade (£25,264 - £27,962)

Improvement and Development Co-ordinator
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 Improvement and Development Co-ordinator to support the work of our Research, Data and Innovation team.

The Benefits

- Competitive salary
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As an Improvement and Development Co-ordinator, you will co-ordinate a range of projects, project groups, networks and partnerships.

You will play an active role in project development and delivery, maintain clear action plans, monitor progress and report issues and risks.

You’ll support our growing Research, Data and Innovation team. This will include setting up and supporting face-to-face and virtual meetings and events, helping the team with finalising and publishing reports and documents in English and Welsh, managing mailing lists and invitations, and keeping our files and data well organised. Your work will involve liaising with a range of people both within and outside Social Care Wales.

About You

To be considered as an Improvement and Development Co-ordinator, you will need:

- Experience of business administration
- Experience of providing administration support at meetings, including taking minutes
- Knowledge of the public sector and an understanding of Welsh Government’s role regarding Social Care Wales
- Effective time and priority management skills
- The ability to fulfil all aspects of the post in both English and Welsh
- Proficiency with Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) and Microsoft Teams

The closing date for this role is 11:59 on Sunday 4th September 2022.

Other organisations may call this role Project Planning Co-ordinator, Project Co-ordinator, or Development Co-ordinator.

So, if you’re ready to take your next step as an Improvement and Development Co-ordinator, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Project Manager

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
DWADF1409/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Project Manager
Cardiff/St Asaph (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 a Project Manager to join our team and help implement key projects and programmes.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As a Project Manager, you will support the definition, planning and implementation of projects across the Research, Data and Innovation Team.

You will be involved in a wide range of project activities, and our projects involve working with social care leaders and practitioners, and external suppliers.

Using your strong knowledge and experience in project management, you will build effective working relationships and communicate clearly and effectively.

You will deliver projects and develop tools and resources that support our work to the highest standards, embedding specialist knowledge and expertise into our products and services.

About You

To be considered as a Project Manager, you will need:

- Experience of working in a project delivery role
- Experience of high-quality project outputs
- Experience of data analysis and presentation
- Experience of managing staff and chairing managing groups
- Knowledge of project management principles, tools and methodologies
- Understanding of Welsh social service and care policies and how care is organised and funded
- The ability to communicate complex information succinctly and engagingly
- A degree or a good level of education supported by substantial experience

Direct experience of social care, either through using care and support, providing unpaid care, employment or volunteering would be beneficial to your application, as would experience using Agile project management methodologies. The ability to read, write and speak Welsh would also be advantageous.

We encourage applications from people looking for part-time and job share opportunities.

Closing date: midnight 4/9/22

Other organisations may call this role Project Support Manager, Agile Project Manager, Project Lead, Programme Manager, or Operations Manager.

So, if you’re seeking a rewarding role as a Project Manager, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Improvement and Development Manager

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
JDANY2009/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
Salary of £46,994 - £52,786 per annum

Improvement and Development Manager
Wales with hybrid working at our Cardiff and St Asaph

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 Improvement and Development Manager to join our team on a full-time, permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £46,994 - £52,786 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As the Improvement and Development Manager, you will oversee changes and updates to enhance the services and staff of Social Care Wales.

Specifically, you will plan and manage resources to meet agreed implementation plans for the health and social care workforce strategy. You will ensure new plans are adequately resourced, whilst assessing the strategic alignment and efficiency of current plans.

About You

To be considered as the Improvement and Development Manager, you will need:

- Experience of developing implementation and delivery plans
- Experience of leading, managing and developing multiple areas of work
- Experience of developing programmes of engagements
- Experience of managing a portfolio of projects to meet targets
- Knowledge of models of service improvement and workforce development
- Knowledge of new legislation, policy and practice and their application in Wales
- The ability to use data to inform decision making and recommendations
- Knowledge of evaluation methods for measuring project impact
- Confidence in using MS office and working digitally

Ideally, you will have experience of developing workforce plans and specialist knowledge of approaches to workforce planning.

The closing date for this role is 31st August 2022, with interviews to be held on 23rd September.

Other organisations might call this position Organisational Development Manager, Learning and Development Manager, or Workforce Development Manager.

So, if you can provide expert leadership as our Implementation and Development Manager, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Engagement and Development Lead Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
JDAOA3108/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Engagement and Development Lead Officer
All Wales

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 Engagement and Development Lead Officer to join our team on a permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As an Engagement and Development Lead Officer, you will create and deliver solutions for the workforce development and improvement needs of the social care sector.

Specifically, you will lead programmes to support the development of a standards-based approach to learning and development, new qualifications and the development of apprenticeship frameworks.

Additionally, you will engage and manage relationships with our partners and external bodies including the Welsh Government.

About You

To be considered as an Engagement and Development Lead Officer, you will need:

- Experience of development, delivery and/or implementation of programmes of vocational learning
- Knowledge and understanding of vocational learning and qualifications
- Experience of working in a health or social care role
- Experience of managing projects and resources
- Experience of delivering services which reach between national policies and guidance within social care
- Experience of facilitating workshops with strong presentation skills
- Experience of developing learning resources and learning materials
- Knowledge and understanding of the current issues relating to workforce development and service improvement
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- A degree or equivalent vocational qualification

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 August at 17:00. Interviews will take place on 15 September.

The ability to perform duties bilingually in Welsh and English would be beneficial to your application.

Other organisations may call this role Development Officer, Learning & Development Officer, L&D Officer, Programme Officer, Professional Development Officer, Workforce Development Officer, or Service Improvement Officer.

So, if you’re looking to progress your rewarding career as an Engagement and Development Lead 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.

WeCare Wales Social Media Support Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
JDAOL2508/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£25,264 to £27,962 per annum

WeCare Wales Social Media Support Officer
Wales with hybrid working and visits to our offices in Cardiff & St Asaph

The benefits

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

The role

You will be part of an exciting team playing a key role in the national attraction and recruitment campaign for social care and childcare in Wales. WeCare Wales launched in 2019 has evolved to become the attraction and recruitment campaign into the care sectors. Utilising broadcast television, social media and a range of publicity channels (such as billboards, buses etc) the work has gained momentum in helping people in Wales better understand and value careers in care. As the WeCare Wales Social Media Support Officer, you will lead the social media channels (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter), developing social media messages and advising on other opportunities to promote the work of WeCare Wales.

You will be utilising analytics to measure activity and engagement of the channels to help better shape the ongoing work and exploring how best to target various audience groups.

Alongside your social media duties, you will support the co-ordination of internal and external administration for the WeCare Wales team, supporting appropriate meetings, including venues, travel and accommodation arrangements.

About you

To be considered as our WeCare Wales Social Media Support Officer, you’ll need:

- Experience of managing social media channels in a business environment
- Experience of business administration, including meeting administration
- Experience in the use of Zoom, Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams
- Knowledge of managing social media accounts, including replying to queries and analytics
- Knowledge of the social care, early years and childcare sectors
- Excellent IT skills
- Excellent communications skills in both Welsh and English

Experience supporting projects or programmes and knowledge of Hootsuite, Canva, Later, Eventbrite, OneDrive, and SharePoint would also be beneficial to your application.

An NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) in Business Administration would also be an advantage.

The closing date is 11:59 on Sunday 4th September 2022. Interviews to be on 12 or 13 September.

Other organisations may call this role Social Media Assistant, Communications Assistant, Communications Administrator, Digital Communications Administrator, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Co-ordinator, Social Media Co-ordinator, or Digital Marketing Assistant.

So, if you’re looking for a new opportunity as the WeCare Wales Social Media Support 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Workforce Planning Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
ELAYN1508/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Workforce Planning Officer
Cardiff or St Asaph (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 a Workforce Planning Officer to join our team and help implement key workforce projects and programmes.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As a Workforce Planning Officer, you will lead projects and programmes of work to develop workforce planning skills and knowledge and to support the building of the capability and capacity of managers in workforce planning across the social services departments of the 22 Local Authorities and wider sector where appropriate and relevant.

This will include the development and implementation of consistent approaches to workforce planning in line with the needs of the sector, the development of tools, techniques and resources that support these approaches and where relevant an alignment with workforce planning processes in the NHS to supported joint workforce planning.

In addition, you will contribute with colleagues to the annual collection of workforce data across the social care sector in Wales working closely with colleagues in the data team.

About You

To be considered as a Workforce Planning Officer, you will need:

- Experience of developing workforce plans
- Experience of managing complex projects
- Experience of managing human and financial resources
- Experience of working within a workforce and organisational development role
- Experience of using data to inform operational actions and recommendations
- Experience of introducing innovative service improvements
- Experience of implementing change at an organisational or national level
- Knowledge of approaches to workforce planning
- Knowledge of social care legislation, policy and practice and their application in Wales
- A degree or equivalent vocational qualification

Please note that applications for Workforce Planning Officer will close on 31 August and interviews held on 23rd September.

Other organisations may call this role Development Officer, Workforce Planning Executive, Workforce Development Officer, Workplace Planning Officer, or Planning Enforcement Officer.

So, if you’re looking for a new challenge as a Workforce Planning 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Innovation Coaching Manager

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
ELART1609/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£46,994 - £52,786 per annum

Innovation Coaching Manager
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.

Social Care Wales has taken on a new and exciting role to support social care innovation in Wales. Innovation for us means introducing new ideas or practices, whether that’s something completely novel or adapting what people have tried elsewhere.

We’re developing a team to deliver a range of activities that people have told us are important. We need people who can bring enthusiasm, motivation and a collaborative approach to their work.

One of the biggest areas of development is the Innovation Coaching Team. We are now looking for an Innovation Coaching Manager to support local teams introduce change to their area of work.

The Benefits

- Salary of £46,994 - £52,786
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As an Innovation Coaching Manager, you will lead a team developing the approach and raising the profile of change and innovation work.

Using your strong coaching and facilitation skills, you will design and test a new service and develop a positive team culture. You will quickly establish credibility in relationships with partners and bring a strong understanding of learning, change management and social care.

Leading the development of a flexible, tailored approach for supporting local, regional and national innovation, your work will inform policy, service design and practice.

You will also systematically test different ways of supporting local innovation in order to develop a long-term, sustainable strategy.

About You

To be considered as an Innovation Coaching Manager, you will need:

- Experience designing and facilitating innovation or improvement activities in social care or a related field
- Experience managing multiple projects and resources
- Experience analysing and interpreting data
- Experience leading, managing and supporting a team
- An understanding of social care practice and policy and supporting innovation and sharing practice in social care
- An understanding of change management principles, methodologies and tools
- To be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience in an appropriate role

Closing date: midnight 4/9/22

Other organisations may call this role Behavioural Insights Manager, or Learning and Innovation Manager.

This role would be suitable for those skilled or interested in Innovation, Transformation, Behavioural Insights, Change Management, or Coaching.

So, if you’re ready to take your next step as an Innovation Coaching Manager, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Data Portal Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
JDAQT1409-SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Data Portal Lead
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Company

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 seeking a Data Portal Lead to support exciting new innovations and uptake of the Social Care Wales Data Portal.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As a Data Portal Lead, you will lead the ongoing development and maintenance of our National Social Care Data Portal. You’ll develop the Portal to meet our ambitions to become the first port of call for anyone seeking data and insight on social care in Wales.

You’ll create meaningful content for people working in social care, the public, researchers and the media to encourage the use of the portal.

Using a user-centred design approach, you will seek out new sources of social care data for use on the platform and create meaningful and relevant analyses and visualisations for publication. You will also provide context to existing data, capture ongoing user requirements and develop additional functionality.

About You

To be considered as a Data Portal Lead, you will need:

- Experience in a data visualisation, data journalism or application development role.
- Experience of data integration, data visualisation, data warehousing, ETL/ELT, big data projects
- Experience of developing online data environments in a variety of programming languages
- Knowledge of data visualisation, advanced data analysis and data engineering
- Knowledge of application development, and the development of APIs
- Knowledge of user centred design principles
- Knowledge of relational data systems and MDM and/or RDM
- The ability to communicate data insights across different levels of data literacy

This position would be suited to somebody with an interest in data management, research and statistics.

Closing date: midnight 4/9/22

Other organisations might call this role Data Manager, Portal Manager, Data Management Lead, Data Research Lead, or Statistics Lead.

So, if you can increase accessibility as a Data Portal Lead, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Community Manager

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
KBADA1409/SK
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Community Manager
Wales, Hybrid working (UK)

The Organisation

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.

One of the biggest areas of development are our communities. We’re now looking Community Managers to support teams of people trying to introduce change and innovation to their area of work and use evidence to enrich policy and practice.

We’re developing a team to deliver a range of activities that people have told us are important. We need people who can bring enthusiasm, motivation and a collaborative approach to their work.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Family leave policy

The Role

As a Community Manager, you will support one or more communities, bringing people together both digitally and in-person to share, learn and progress their work.

You will take a strong collaborative, co-productive approach to building relationships with and between community members and will lead and produce written content to support them.

You’ll use your connections to build relationships between community members in response to their needs and interests. You’ll use this knowledge to inform expertise across the organisation and in the creation of training materials and events.

About You

To be considered as a Community Manager, you will need:

- Experience of building collaborative relationships with external stakeholders
- Experience of planning and facilitating events with groups from diverse backgrounds
- Experience of analysing and interpreting data
- An understanding of the Welsh policy context and how social services and social care is organised, funded and delivered in Wales
- The ability to build and curate web and social media content
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Professional development by way of a degree or equivalent vocational qualification

Closing date: midnight 4/9/22

We encourage applications from people looking for part-time and job share opportunities.

Other organisations may call this role Community Engagement Manager, or Community Builder.

So, if you are ready to develop your career as a Community Manager, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Data Standards Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
JDAOK2408/SG
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum

Data Standards Lead
Wales (hybrid working with offices in St Asaph and Cardiff)

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 Data Standards Lead to join our team and share their expertise on data and information governance.

The Benefits

- Salary of £41,122 - £46,194 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service)
- Extra days off between Christmas and New Year
- Local government pension scheme
- Flexi work policy
- Hybrid working
- Family leave policy

The Role

As our Data Standards Lead, you will assess current data standards and design a data standards framework that allows for data to be shared across system and organisational boundaries.

With a focus on enabling data portability and data interoperability standards for health and care data, you will work to create, develop, document and maintain a process for establishing data standards.

In this exciting new role, you will work with a diverse range of professionals across Wales and the other UK home nations to catalogue key social care data and work with technical leads from Wales’s National Data Resource programme, ensuring that data interoperability standards accurately reflect the needs of social care data sharing.

About You

To be considered as the Data Standards Lead, you will need:

- Previous experience of data integration, data warehousing, ETL/ELT or big data projects
- Experience of agile methodologies and user centred design
- Experience in a data management role
- Experience of data and/or digital in a health or care setting
- Experience of the social care field either as a carer, volunteer or employee
- Knowledge of the data management, data interoperability and open data standards
- Knowledge of user centred design (UCD) principles
- Knowledge of relational data systems, MDM/RDM, data architecture, integration and security
- An awareness of the Welsh social, health and care policy context
- A post-graduate qualification (or equivalent) in computer science, data science or data management

Other organisations might call this position Data Architect, Data Systems Architect, Data Systems Manager, Data Warehousing Manager, Data Standards Policy Lead, or Head of Data Standards.

So, if you have the expertise to succeed as the Data Standards Lead, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Regulation

Clerk

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
KBADJ1509/SK
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£29,372 - £32,998 per annum

Clerk
Cardiff or St Asaph (Hybrid working)

The Company

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 a Clerk to join our Hearings Team.

The Benefits

- Salary of £29,372 - £32,998 per annum
- 28 days’ holiday plus bank holidays and three paid privilege days per year
- Local government pension scheme
- Optional flexitime scheme
- Family leave policy

The Role

As a Clerk, you will sit on all Panel Hearings and meetings and provide administrative support to Fitness to Practice Panels and Registration Appeals Panels.

You will offer procedural information and advice, regarding hearing procedures and legislation, to applicants, panel members, legal advisers, employers, members of the public and the media.

Keeping accurate records and paperwork, you’ll deliver notice letters, notify relevant individuals of panel decisions and input decisions into the case management system.

Co-ordinating both in-person and remote hearings, you will ensure that they take place at agreed times with the appropriate measures in place.

About You

To be considered as a Clerk, you will need:

- Experience of handling official-sensitive data
- The ability to give authoritative guidance on legal requirements, policy and processes
- The ability to be proactive, think quickly and calmly in unpredictable situations
- Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- An excellent eye for detail and accuracy

Please note, this role requires the ability to work flexibly and travel. Hearings are normally held via Zoom and some hearings may be held in our office in Cardiff or other locations in Wales.

Closing date: 11th September 2022

Other organisations may call this role Executive Assistant, EA, Hearings Assistant, Hearing Co-ordinator, or Secretary.

Webrecruit and Social Care Wales are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.

So, if you’re interested in this fantastic opportunity as a Clerk, 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
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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