We’re looking for a dynamic Project Officer to join our small, friendly, digitally savvy and high-performing team and help us deliver our exciting new project, Understanding Welsh Places.
The UWP project will result in a practical, simple, mobile and interactive tool that anyone can use to draw data-driven conclusions about their town and how it compares with others.
A consortium of Welsh partners, convened by the IWA, will shape a new, bespoke version for Wales, drawing on existing expertise and experience. The new tool will be loosely based on a highly successful similar undertaking in Scotland, known as Understanding Scottish Places, www.usp.scot, also funded by the Carnegie (UK) Trust.
Come and join a high-performing, small, flexible and friendly team!
You will have great organisational, communication and people skills, be digitally literate, curious about the connections between different policy areas and will be keen to learn new skills on the job.
You will have the ability to operate independently with high levels of autonomy and engage effectively with external partners and stakeholders, including at a senior level.
Further details of this role can be found by downloading the job description here.
To apply for this role please send a CV and short covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Tuesday 6th March 2018. We envisage notifying applicants if they have an interview ASAP, and interviews will be held on Wednesday 28 March.
Please note you must be available on 16 & 17 April for a briefing then a workshop with consortium partners, even if you take up the role after that.
We would be grateful if you would also complete our Equality and Diversity Monitoring form when you apply, which can be found here. This is voluntary, but helps us to ensure that we are being inclusive in our recruitment.