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Hub Cymru Africa / WCIA - Development Support Manager - starting from £28,485 pro rata (Fixed Term) - Part Time (15hrs a week) - North Wales.

Closing Date: Midday on the 4 June 2018

Hub Cymru Africa has been established to deliver key elements of the Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme. It is a partnership of the Welsh Centre for International Affairs (lead partner), Fair Trade Wales, Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel, Wales for Africa Health Links Network and the Wales Council for Voluntary Action.

The Development Support Manager will work as part of the HCA team with specific responsibilities to lead Hub Cymru Africa's development support, mentorship and training activities across North Wales. They will ensure that individuals and groups within the Wales Africa sector access a programme of training, learning and information sharing events throughout Wales linked to Sustainable Development Goals and the Future Generations Act.

Three Development Managers will be deployed within Wales on a part time basis. Specific leadership responsibilities on a) training and b) mentoring will be allocated within these roles.  This post will be based in North Wales on a remote working or working from home basis.

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Egmont Trust - Grants & Operations Administrator Recruitment - £22,000 - Full Time - Cardiff.

Closing Date: 13 May 2018

The Egmont Trust works to improve the lives of children affected by HIV&AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. Established in 2005, we have supported more than 80 partner organisations in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Kenya and Tanzania, disbursing over £6 million to date.

This is fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic self-starter with excellent administrative skills to gain experience supporting all aspects of the running of this growing dynamic charity.  The post-holder will be responsible for administering the charity’s grant-making database, fundraising database and provide administrative support for the charity’s quarterly Trustee meetings, including minuting meetings. 

The Grants and Operations Administrator will also facilitate all elements of the smooth running of the Egmont Trust serviced office in Cardiff with the potential for visiting our partners and projects overseas.

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UNA Exchange - Programme Officer - £21,268 (pro rata) - 28 hours a week - Fixed Term - Cardiff.

Closing Date: 1 June 2018

UNA Exchange is a Cardiff-based international volunteering charity that supports Future Generations Well-being Goals across Wales and UN Sustainable Development Goals worldwide. Since 1973, the charity has facilitated international exchanges to and from Wales, empowering individuals to take part in a variety of voluntary service projects that develop communities, protect the historic and natural environments and promote inter-cultural understanding. Aimed predominately at young people aged 18–30, UNA Exchange provides opportunities ranging from two-week residentials through to fully-funded 12-month overseas placements.

The key purpose of the role is to deliver short-term exchanges to and from Wales, supporting the personal and professional development of volunteers and beneficial outcomes for communities around the world. With direction from the Programmes Manager, the post-holder will coordinate delivery of Group Volunteering, individual Volunteering Abroad and domestic work camps. 

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Watch Africa (Wales African Film Festival) - Intern - £300 (a month) - 10 hours a week - Fixed Term - Cardiff.

Closing Date: 1 June 2018

The Wales-Africa Film Club is an informal community of people interested in watching, exploring and getting involved in African film. The club which is part of Watch-Africa will reach out to undeserved areas for cultural/foreign screenings, especially BAME communities. It will allow African films to reach these communities outside the core festival.

It will overcome barriers to engagement by bringing African film to BAME communities in venues and settings familiar to them, rather than requiring them to visit venues that are unfamiliar. It will foster engagement among BAME communities by providing opportunities to discover African film, to connect with developments in film on the continent, to become active participants and grow skills and confidence.

The Wales Africa Film Club will complement the Watch Africa Film Festival with informal and BAME centred/led opportunities to explore and become involved in film, thereby creating spaces to expand and sustain existing and core festival audiences.

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International Learning Opportunities - Professional Development Placement Opportunity

If you’re a manager or leader, permanently employed within the Welsh public and voluntary sector, ILO offers the opportunity to spend 8 weeks in sub-Saharan Africa working on development projects designed to enhance your leadership skills.

This is a very different leadership programme which stretches and challenges participants; taking you out of your comfort zone and allowing you to work more creatively and resourcefully.

The ILO programme is funded by Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme. As placements are designed to enhance your leadership skills, your employer would be expected to continue to fund your salary costs for the duration of the placement.

For more information visit the Academi Wales website