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November 29th 2019

Two new and exciting opportunities to strengthen the Welsh economy working with Wales’ most influential think tank

1. Fair Work Project Officer

Circa £30,000 p.a.

This is an exciting new role to find innovative ways of increasing ‘fair work’ in key sectors of the ‘foundational economy’. You will build working relationships with employers, trades unions and workers across Wales to increase understanding of the drivers of low pay and poor conditions, and develop new approaches to making work fair.

You’ll have an in-depth understanding of the economy and labour market 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.

The project is a partnership with Wales TUC.

The project is funded by the Welsh Government Foundational Economy Challenge Fund until March 2021.

Essential information is below:

Closing Date:         5 p.m. 12th December 2019

Interview date:       17th December 2019

2.  Community Economic Development Project Support Officer

Circa £23,000 – £26,000 p.a.

This is an exciting new role to explore the potential to develop the foundational economy in communities in the south Wales valleys. You will work with local businesses and community leaders to increase understanding of the foundational economy, and develop practical solutions to maximise its potential.

You’ll have an in-depth understanding of community economic development and the south Wales valleys, an ability to build effective working relationships with stakeholders and the community, and the ability to develop innovative solutions.  You’ll be well-organised, highly motivated and a good team player.

The project is funded by the Welsh Government Foundational Economy Challenge Fund until March 2021.

Essential information is below:

Closing Date:         5 p.m. 12th December 2019

Interview date:       17th December 2019

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