Dedicated engagement role working in the Tir Canol team, focussing on connecting people and organisations and supporting them to participate in the Cynnal project hosted by RSPB and supported by Esmée Fairbairn.
- Undertake agreed activities as directed to deliver the project outputs and objectives in
accordance with the project plan.
- Provide administrative and financial support to the project team as directed by the project officer
or project manager.
- Support the coordination of staff, partners, external contractors and volunteers as
necessary to ensure that actions are delivered to agreed standards of cost, quality and
- Produce relevant project documentation as directed by the project officer or project manager
- Support the development and delivery of appropriate communication activities such as
events, media interaction, briefings, talks and production of materials in association with
communications colleagues to support the delivery of the project.
- Organise project meetings as required.
- Support project reviews.
- Support the handover to ‘business as usual’ at the end of the project, by conducting any follow
on actions as directed by the project officer or project manager.
• Educated to GCSE level or higher or equivalent.
• Some knowledge of the theory and practice of delivering a project.
• Competent IT user (e.g. MS packages, Outlook etc).
• The ability to communicate about the project passionately.
• An ability to produce clear written communications.
• Report writing.
• Ability to work well as part of a team.
• Financial reporting, including gathering information for claims.
• Organising training events and workshops or facilitated discussions and meetings.
• Experience of producing written materials, newsletters and similar project-related
• The ability to speak Welsh is desirable, and an understanding of Welsh names and correct pronunciation is advantageous.
If you are excited about making a positive impact and connecting communities through the Tir Canol project, apply now to be part of this rewarding opportunity. We look forward to welcoming you to our dynamic team!
For the Welsh version of the advert, please see the attached.
This is a part-time role, working three days per week. Four-year contract - We reserve the right to
extend/make permanent at any time.
You will be part of a friendly, enthusiastic team, fostering a collaborative and supportive working
culture. There will be numerous opportunities to develop new skills and build on existing areas.
We are looking to conduct interviews for this position by the end of February 2024. For further
information, please get in touch with email@example.com
As part of this application, you will be asked to provide a copy of your CV and complete a short form. If you wish to provide a cover letter with your application, please include this at the end of your CV document upload.
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