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Work for WCVA – health & social care liaison

Published : 11/04/22 | Categories: News |

We’re hiring for the position of ‘Third Sector National Health and Social Care Manager’ and after receiving feedback we have raised the grade of the role.

Are you passionate about the difference charities and volunteers make to health and well-being in Wales? Join us to advocate for the sector, and lead WCVA’s influencing work on health and social care.

WHY WORK AT WCVA?

At WCVA we offer a wide range of benefits and flexible employment that makes a difference.

As an employer, WCVA (Wales Council for Voluntary Action) can offer a number of benefits such as hybrid & flexible working, pension at 9% of salary, and access to an employees’ assistance programme.

WCVA invests in its employees and their development. As well as being a Living Wage Employer, committed to paying staff the real living wage, WCVA has been awarded Investors in People accreditation.

Find out more about working for WCVA.

NATIONAL THIRD SECTOR HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE MANAGER

Duration: Fixed term – to cover secondment to November 2023

Hours: 35 hours per week, flexibly

Location:  WCVA operates a hybrid and flexible working policy which means our people can work a proportion of their time at our offices or remotely (including at home). We are a pan Wales organisation with office hubs in Aberystwyth, Cardiff and Rhyl. There will be a requirement to attend some specific staff events and work engagements at our offices

Salary: £36,652 to £38,606 Per Annum following successful completion of a six-month probationary period

About the role:

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with experience of working at strategic or senior operational level in health and social care or in the public or voluntary sector. A great chance to work for WCVA on a fixed term basis or as part of a secondment.

You will act as a national and strategic liaison point for the voluntary sector in Wales. Working with Welsh Government and other public bodies you will support joint work to maximise the voluntary sector’s contribution to the government’s transformation agenda for A Healthier Wales.

Read the full job description or hear all about the job from Sally Rees whose secondment you will be covering.

Closing Date: 3 May 2022 – 10am 

Applications submitted in the medium of Welsh are welcomed and will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.

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