Active Inclusion funding can make a real difference to people’s lives. WCVA is looking for someone to manage our grant award service to help make this happen.
Full time, 35 hours pw.
£30,785 increasing to £32,486 per annum following successful
completion of a six- month probationary period. The post will
attract a maximum contribution of 9% of annual salary to WCVA's
approved pension scheme.
Base: Cardiff Bay
Closing date: 4 March 2019
Why work at WCVA?
A job at WCVA (Wales Council for Voluntary Action) offers you
flexible employment that makes a difference. We operate a
flexi-scheme to help you fit your career around your life
commitments, as well as 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays,
and an additional five discretionary days leave (usually used to
cover office shutdown over Christmas). We also offer a generous
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. We also operate an Employee
Volunteering Scheme encouraging our staff to spend time supporting
the causes they are passionate about.
At WCVA we are firm believers in equal opportunities and are a
Confident Employer. We look after our employees by offering an
Employee Assisted Programme and we've made a commitment to mental
health in the workplace by signing the
Time to Change Employer Pledge.
Assessment Manager - about the role
As Assessment Manager, you will lead a team of five Assessment
Support Officers (three full-time and two part-time), all based in
our Cardiff Bay office. We're looking for someone with good team
management experience and the proven ability to manage people,
projects and processes.
In this role you will ensure that a professional and consistent
award service is maintained and be responsible for managing
relationships with funded service providers.
You will be working on WCVA's Active Inclusion fund and have the
opportunity to work as part of our friendly and highly skilled
At WCVA we support the third sector, by which we mean anything
non-government and not-for-profit, from charities, nursery groups,
social enterprises, sports clubs and housing associations, to
movements that tackle big economic and environmental issues such as
poverty and climate change.
Our vision is for a future where the third sector and
volunteering thrive across Wales, improving wellbeing for all. WCVA
is going through a period of change, an exciting opportunity to
make sure we deliver for our members and the third sector in
We are looking for passionate and dynamic people to make our
vision a reality. If that sounds like you and you think you have
what it takes why not
apply at the recruit3 website.