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Information Governance Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW022
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£31,210 - £32,998 per annum

Information Governance Officer
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Organisation

At Social Care Wales, we provide 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 Information Governance Officer to join our Strategy and Performance Team on a permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £31,210 - £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 Information Governance Officer, you will be responsible for the co-ordination and delivery of information governance systems across our organisation.

Specifically, you will oversee the availability of information to customers and ensure that our information systems comply with information and data legislation.

Supporting overall organisational performance, you will assist with the development of performance monitoring and benchmarking tools whilst producing actionable reports.

Additionally, you will develop tools to support information governance during project and programme management, including Data Protection Impact Assessments.

About You

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

- Experience of developing and supporting approaches to the management of projects
- Experience of co-ordinating information and maintaining appropriate records
- Experience of reviewing information against criteria and making recommendations
- Good knowledge of business planning and monitoring requirements
- The ability to review and challenge evidence
- The ability to manage workshops
- Excellent IT skills
- A degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject

The closing date for applications is 8th January 2022.

Other organisations might call this position Data Governance Officer, Information Governance Project Manager, Information Compliance Officer, Information Governance Policy Officer, or Information and Data Governance Officer.

So, if you can support us to develop our systems as an Information Governance 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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Project Management Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW023
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£31,210 - £32,998

Project Management Officer
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Organisation

At Social Care Wales, we provide 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 Management Officer to join our Strategy and Performance Team on a permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £31,210 - £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 Project Management Officer, you will plan and deliver organisational projects to adapt how we work, improving how we support the social care and early years sector.

Managing projects on a day-to-day basis, you will look at ways we can continuously improve based on customer feedback. Using these insights, you will provide guidance on organisational compliance, risk management and information governance.

Developing relationships with stakeholders and other teams, you will communicate project aims and progress as well as ensuring adherence to compliance standards.

About You

To be considered as a Project Management Officer, you will need:

- Experience managing projects to deliver improvement
- Experience of developing and supporting approaches to the management of projects
- Experience of project reporting and developing project documentation
- Knowledge of project management principles and techniques
- The ability to use IT to an intermediate level, including knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Good communication skills, both written and verbal, in both English and Welsh
- A degree level education, an equivalent professional qualification or relevant experience

The closing date for this role is 8th January 2023.

Other organisations may call this role Project Manager, Change Manager, CI Manager, CI Project Manager, Continuous Improvement Manager, Project Delivery Officer, Project Management Executive, Project Management Team Leader, Project Management Co-ordinator, or Project Development Officer.

So, if you’re looking to take your next step as a Project Management 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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HR and Wellbeing Senior Officer

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW021
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£36,656 - £41,173

HR and Wellbeing Senior Officer
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Organisation

At Social Care Wales, we provide 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 HR and Wellbeing Senior Officer to join our team on a permanent basis, with flexibility regarding hours.

The Benefits

- Salary of £36,656 - £41,173 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 HR and Wellbeing Senior Officer, you will support the development and delivery of our HR policies.

You will lead on a number of our HR projects and initiatives ensuring we deliver policies and activities that will increase employee engagement and development.

You will review and update our HR policies with a focus on ensuring that they are aligned to current legislation and implemented across our organisation.

Providing our managers and staff with expert HR advice across a range of issues, you will ensure that all HR matters are handled professionally and in line with legislation.

There is also potential for this role to include line management responsibilities in the future.

About You

To be considered for this role, you will need:

- Experience in a HR Generalist role, providing advice
- Proven experience in drafting HR policies
- Experience of planning and delivering HR related projects or initiatives
- Knowledge of current employment legislation and the ability to practically apply this
- The ability to develop and maintain excellent working relationships
- The ability to communicate in both English and Welsh
- Evidence of continuous professional development
- A CIPD Level 5 qualification (or equivalent relevant experience in a HR role)

Ideally, you will have experience of working with Ciphr or a similar HR system.

The closing date for applications is 9am on 9th January 2023.

Interviews will be held online on 20th January 2023.

Other organisations might call this role Human Resources Officer, Human Resources Advisor, HR Advisor, HR & Wellbeing Advisor, HR Generalist, Senior HR Officer, HR & OD Officer, or HR Wellbeing Project Manager.

So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as a HR and Wellbeing 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
36hrs a week full time available, but open to flexibility.

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Improvement and Development

Senior Research Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW025
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£43,659 - £48,042

Senior Research Lead
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Organisation

At Social Care Wales, we provide 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 Senior Research Lead to join our Research, Data and Innovation Team. This role is offered with flexible working options and we will consider candidates as part of a job share.

The Benefits

- Salary of £43,659 - £48,042 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 Senior Research Lead, you will lead the creation of relevant research on social care, such as evidence synthesis, that responds to the needs of those in the sector.

Supporting the quality of our research, you will provide guidance and training on how best to use and produce research including signposting to resources and subject experts.

About You

To be considered as a Senior Research Lead, you will need:

- Experience designing and delivering research projects in social care or social policy
- Experience of managing projects and resources to deliver business objectives
- Experience in communicating research findings to different audiences
- Experience of building formal partnerships with external stakeholders
- Experience of managing staff to deliver high-quality work
- Knowledge of social care research and the complexities of conducting research
- Knowledge of qualitative, quantitative and participatory research methods
- Knowledge of the Welsh policy context and how social services are funded and delivered
- The ability to analyse and interpret data to assess impact and make recommendations
- Evidence synthesis skills
- A degree (or equivalent)

Ideally, you will have experience in the social care sector and of Agile project management.

A postgraduate degree (or equivalent) in the social sciences would be highly beneficial.

The closing date for applications is 8th January 2023.

Other organisations might call this Senior Researcher, Manager, Research Lead, or Deputy Research Manager.

So, if you can provide us with excellent insights as a Senior Research 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
Flexible
Type
Permanent

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Senior Evaluation Lead

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW024
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£43,659 - £48,042

Senior Evaluation Lead
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Organisation

At Social Care Wales, we provide 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 Senior Evaluation Lead to join our Research, Data and Innovation Team. This role is offered with flexible working options and we will consider candidates as part of a job share.

The Benefits

- Salary of £43,659 - £48,042 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 Senior Evaluation Lead, you lead the delivery of internal and external evaluation projects to assess the impact of work in the social care sector.

You will provide specialist evaluation design advice, including relevant metrics or indicators for assessing impact and clear success criteria, using a range of research methodologies.

Reviewing improvements across our evaluation services, you will examine your findings and assess effectiveness. You will build effective relationships with external partners in social care, attend events and produce content to communicate and promote the value of our research.

About You

To be considered as a Senior Evaluation Lead, you will need:

- Experience of designing and delivering evaluation for either social care or social policy
- Experience of building formal partnerships with external stakeholders
- Experience of analysing and interpreting data for learning and evaluation
- Experience of managing projects and resources to deliver business objectives
- Knowledge of different models, tools and techniques for evaluating impact in social care
- An understanding of qualitative, quantitative and participatory research methods
- Knowledge of the Welsh policy context and how social services are funded and delivered
- A degree (or equivalent)

Ideally, you will have a post-graduate qualification (or equivalent) in social sciences with specific training in evaluation approaches and methods.

Other organisations might call this Monitoring and Evaluation Lead, Senior Evaluation Researcher, Senior Researcher, Mixed Methods Researcher, Services Evaluation and Impact Manager, Senior Evaluation Manager, or Senior Impact Manager.

So, if you can provide us with excellent insights as a Senior Evaluation 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
Flexible
Type
Permanent

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Regulation

Welsh Speaking Registration Support Assistant

Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)

Job Ref
SCW019
Location
Cardiff/St Asaph (Hybrid Working)
Salary
£21,300 - £23,757

Welsh Speaking Registration Support Assistant
Cardiff or St Asaph (with hybrid working)

The Organisation

At Social Care Wales, we provide 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 two Registration Support Assistants to join our Registration Team, on either a permanent basis or for a fixed term contract for 12 months.

The Benefits

- Salary of £21,300 - £23,757 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

Do you have an eye for detail and an interest in processing data? Can you confidently answer queries and provide information over the phone in both Welsh and English? Do you want to join a friendly and supportive team whose work helps to protect the public in Wales? If so, we want to hear from you.

The Role

As a Registration Support Assistant, you will process applications for registration on to the Register of Social Care Wales.

Acting as their first point of contact, you will provide support to customers and respond to queries via phone, email and face-to-face.

Providing excellent administrative support, you will review, process and record information provided, ensuring that the requirements for registration are met and that 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

About You

To be considered as a Registration Support Assistant, you will need:

- Experience in a customer service environment
- Microsoft Office Suite skills, specifically Word, Outlook and Excel
- The ability to read, write and speak Welsh fluently
- The ability to follow procedures and process data methodically and accurately
- The ability to scrutinise data to ensure accuracy
- Effective communication skills

The closing date for this role is 18th December 2022.

We will review applications as they come in, so this role may close sooner than the date advertised.

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

So, if you’re looking to develop your skill set as a Registration Support Assistant, 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

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