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We’re hiring! New project officer to help regenerate the valleys

November 21st 2018

Project Officer – Economic Resilience in the south Wales valleys

Circa £30,000 p.a.

This is an exciting new role, developing a new approach to the economy and labour market in some of Wales’ most disadvantaged communities.

You’ll have an in-depth understanding of economic and labour market development, and an ability to develop innovative solutions.  You’ll have superb co-ordination skills, and be able to engage with and influence a wide spectrum of people and organisations.

This is a unique opportunity to make a difference, to work with some inspiring people and to develop your career.

Essential information is below:

Closing Date:         4 p.m. 6th December 2018

Interview date:       17th December 2018

Please note we will NOT accept CVs or applications received after the deadline.

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