|Post Title:||HR and Administrative Officer|
|Salary:||£24,000 pro rata|
|Duration:||6 months fixed term (with possibility of extension)|
|Hours:||15 hours per week / flexible working|
|Location:||Flexible (Home/occasionally at Cardiff office for team meetings)|
Application deadline extended until Sunday 20 March with interviews on 30 March.
We are in an exciting phase of expanding our team, in particular to grow the real Living Wage in Wales. We are looking for an experienced administrator to facilitate the Living Wage accreditation process and support with HR functions.
Cynnal Cymru is a bilingual organisation and an ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh as well as English is desirable.
The Administrative Officer will work under the guidance and supervision of a new Living Wage Programme Officer and the Director. We are looking for a candidate who has excellent organisational, writing and digital literacy skills, has the ability to learn new processes, who takes initiative and has experience in HR support.
If you would like to join a committed and energetic team of sustainability specialists and you are interested in learning more then please get in touch.
About Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales
Cynnal Cymru- Sustain Wales is a non-profit organisation providing advice, training and support services to help organisations turn sustainability aims into action.
We are the official partner of the Carbon Literacy Project in Wales and the Living Wage Foundation’s accreditation partner in Wales. Our teams of sustainability specialists work to support organisations across three core programme areas: (i) low carbon economy, (ii) natural environment and (iii) fair and just society.
The Living Wage
The real Living Wage is an independently calculated hourly rate based on the cost of living and announced each November during Living Wage Week, the annual celebration of a growing network of almost 9,000 Living Wage Employers in the UK.
The Living Wage Foundation and its partners in Wales and Scotland, celebrate employers that voluntarily choose to pay the real Living Wage through an accreditation scheme that recognises a long-term commitment to fair pay and has secured pay rises for over 300,000 low paid workers.
The number of accredited Living Wage organisations across Wales is growing and Welsh Government recognise the role of the real Living Wage as part of ensuring fair work for everyone in Wales. In 2021, we launched the Living Wage for Wales website.
How to apply
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 20 March, including your:
- Cover email
- Application form
- Equal opportunities form
Please note we do not accept CVs. Strictly no agencies.
The online interviews will take place during the week commencing Monday 21 March 2022.