Charity / Voluntary Part Time Jobs


Summary As a Ranger, you’re the heart and soul of the National Trust in the landscapes we protect. You’re a champion of nature conservation and the great outdoors, and you’ll play a crucial role in keeping the nation’s beloved countryside and coast in good shape, for wildlife and for people. Hours: Part time 22.5 hours […]

Senior Advice and Assistance Officer

Senior Advice and Assistance Officer     Salary: £34,081 to £39,312 per annumContract Type: Permanent (Full time 37 hours per week) or Part Time (4 days per week)Location: Hybrid working – Office in Cardiff Bay This is an exciting opportunity to join the Commissioner’s team as a Senior Advice and Assistance Officer and make a lasting difference to the lives of older people in Wales. The Senior Advice and Assistance Officer is responsible for the delivery of an outstanding advice and assistance service that achieves positive outcomes for older people and their families in Wales. The Commissioner is looking for an individual who would relish the opportunity to empower older people and their families and help them understand their rights. The ability to talk confidently with fluent Welsh speakers (usually on the phone) is essential for this role. For more information and to apply, please visit Applications may be submitted in Welsh, an application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English. Closing Date: Thursday 21 March 5.00pm If you are successfully shortlisted you must be available to attend an interview on Tuesday 9 April  

Fundraising Administration Officer

Fundraising Administration Officer  We are the Catholic Archdiocese of Cardiff. Our mission is to support people, schools and parishes in proclaiming Jesus Christ and ensuring a vibrant Catholic Church now and in the future.  The Archdiocese of Cardiff was founded in 1916 and is one of three dioceses in the  ecclesiastical province of Cardiff. The Archdiocese is led by the Archbishop of Cardiff,  supported by clergy, and a board of Trustees. The managerial team – the curia – undertake  much of the administrative work within the diocese. The Fundraising Officer will work in the Development Department to help support parishes  improve their financial resilience. We want to develop our existing funding streams alongside identifying new funding opportunities to support vibrant and active churches which are  engaged in their communities. We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people to join our team – and we would like  you to apply!Starting Salary: Salary starts at £23000.00 per annum (pro rata if part-time). Hours of Duty: Normal hours of work are 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday with an  hour’s unpaid lunchbreak. Out-of-office meetings and events, alongside select evenings or  occasional weekend working is to be expected. TOIL (time off in lieu) to be taken for evening or weekend hours worked. Job PackApplying: Please return an Application Form and Equality Monitoring Form to (to request these forms please contact the Archdiocese of Cardiff at  Closing Date: 9.00am, 25th March 2024 Interviews: Interviews will provisionally take place on the week commencing 15th April 2024 

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