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Support Services Administrator

Position/Swydd: Support Services Administrator / Gweinyddwr Gwasanaethau  Cymorth Location/Lleoliad: Head Office – Cardiff / Swyddfa Haead – Caerdydd Contract/Contract: Permanent / Parhaol  Hours/Oriau: Part time – 21 hours / Rhan amser – 21 awr  Salary/Cyflog: £21,200 – £21,650 FTE Closing Date/ Dyddiad Cau: 02/10/2023 Interview Date/Dyddiad y Cyfweliad: 11/10/2023 TGP Cymru is a Wales based charity working with children,  young people and families and has been providing services across Wales for 20 years. We are looking for someone who can provide administrative  support and ensure efficient processes across Support Service  Departments (HR, Learning and Development, Communications and Finance). For more details and an informal discussion, please contact  Jenny Cuthbertson on 029 2278 5419. Applications are welcome from all sections of the community  regardless of age, disability or racial origin. TGP Cymru  welcomes applications from Welsh speakers. Application pack from, email: (We can only accept CVs with a completed application form). Please note TGP Cymru normally appoint at the beginning of  the salary scale. 

Programme Lead (Wales)

Programme Lead (Wales) Salary: £45,300 per annum Location: Anchored at our Cardiff office with some travel across Wales the rest of the UK. Reporting to: Director for WalesContract: Full time/permanent – with part time (minimum 28 hours) considered29.5 days annual leave (April-March) plus bank holidays, pension scheme (3% rising to 5% employer contribution post-probation), flexible working, and 2 paid volunteer days.Job purposeThe Programme Lead for Wales will be an entrepreneurial, driven and creative leader responsible for building partnerships with our Network Partners and external agencies across the private, public and third sector to devise and deliver innovative solutions to the challenges faced by unpaid carers and local carer organisations. We want to generate and facilitate local solutions to the big challenges face by Wales’s unpaid carers. This new post for Wales will be responsible for the development and delivery of key national programmes from ideation to completion. The post holder will be working with colleagues from across the UK to identify and secure funding from a diverse range of sources-including grants and corporates- to develop, deliver and scale our programmes. This role has a cross-nations focus and will require a dynamic leader who is confident working in a connected way across UK teams. Working with the Director for Wales and colleagues across Carers Trust they will lead and line manage a small staff team to deliver ambitiously against programme objectives, creating a supportive team culture that promotes creativity, innovation and autonomy.This pivotal role will be responsible for creating a brave and exciting approach to developing partnerships and programmes that deliver real impact for unpaid carers and support the reach and impact of our network of local carer organisations. Job DescriptionHow to applyPlease submit a CV and supporting statement for the role referencing the person specification in the job pack.Please submit your application by 5pm on 29nd September 2023 to: people@carers.orgPlease also ensure you complete our equal opportunities monitoring form here. 

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