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About Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales
Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales came into being on the 1st August 2015 through the merger of WEA Cymru and YMCA Wales Community College.

We are a democratic, independent and voluntary movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development and providing the best quality learning, through a collaborative approach, working across the whole of Wales.  

About our benefits
• Generous holiday allowance of 30 days per year (pro rata for part time staff) • Generous Bank holiday and additional discretionary holidays • 35 hour working week • Career average pension scheme – LGPS & TPS



Business Development Coordinator

Salary: £24,485 - £30,740  per annum
Permanent post
Hours of work: 35 hours per week
Office Base: Dependant on successful candidate

Since its establishment in 2015, Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales has firmly established itself as the National Community College, serving the adult population of Wales with inspirational, life changing opportunities. We are a democratic, independent and voluntary movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development and providing the best quality learning, through a collaborative approach, working across the whole of Wales.  

Drawing on our strong partnerships, our vision sees us at the forefront for growth in lifelong learning, prioritising opportunities for those learners who are hardest to reach and empowering and upskilling people and delivering equal access to Welsh medium provision.

Our vision is to increase the social, economic and personal impact of adult community learning in Wales and our mission is to create inspiring learning opportunities for adults in communities and workplaces throughout Wales. We aim to empower people to develop skills and knowledge to realise their full potential.


About the Job:The role has arisen because we are working within a continually challenging economic environment, where reliance on public funding alone is unsustainable. Our aim is to empower people to develop their skills and knowledge to realise their full potential and in order to do this we need to be less reliant on public funding and increase our income. The post holder will enjoy relative autonomy, the opportunity to shape and develop the role and the opportunity to focus on all aspects of fundraising and income generation for the organisation.  The post holder will identify entrepreneurial and business opportunities, develop and promote a diverse range of fundraising activities and projects to support a fundraising strategy and income generation...  The post holder will also develop relationships with new and existing corporate donors to secure long term and increased funding across a wide range of target markets.


About you:
The post holder will have experience of preparing funding applications, writing proposals and experience of social media and digital marketing.  You will have knowledge of fundraising from trusts and foundations and have the ability to evaluate business and fundraising options.  The post holder will have excellent diplomacy, organisational and project management skills.  A Diploma or equivalent in Business Management or Fundraising or similar filed is essential.  Experience of working with voluntary or charitable groups would be an advantage.

    How to Apply

    Please apply using the application pack below sending your completed application to Recruitment@adultlearning.wales.

    Application Pack

    The closing date for this post is 9am on Thursday 4th April 2019

    We welcome applications in Welsh.


     



      


    Curriculum Delivery Officer (National Delivery Team)

    - Office Base: North Wales (Bangor or Wrexham)
    £22,826 - £28,495 per annum
    Fixed term 12 months contract
    Full time 35 hours per week

    Since its establishment in 2015, Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales has firmly established itself as the National Community College, serving the adult population of Wales with inspirational, life changing opportunities. We are a democratic, independent and voluntary movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development and providing the best quality learning, through a collaborative approach, working across the whole of Wales.  

    Drawing on our strong partnerships, our vision sees us at the forefront for growth in lifelong learning, prioritising opportunities for those learners who are hardest to reach and empowering and upskilling people and delivering equal access to Welsh medium provision.

    Our vision is to increase the social, economic and personal impact of adult community learning in Wales and our mission is to create inspiring learning opportunities for adults in communities and workplaces throughout Wales. We aim to empower people to develop skills and knowledge to realise their full potential.



    About the Job

     

    You will assist and support the development and implementation of a cohesive programme of adult learning provision to include all aspects of planning; financing; organising; resource allocation; and development. You will actively recruit viable numbers of learners onto the provision via networking, collaboration and promotion and develop partnerships and collaboration opportunities with a wide range of external bodies. You will be key in assisting the National Delivery Manager in ensuring that all learning activities meet the agreed provision, finance and quality targets.

       
     

    About you

     

    You will have experience of community education, adult education, or community development, and proven knowledge of promoting or marketing activities in a community setting. Experienced and qualified in the implementation of internal quality procedures, you will have excellent organisational, coordinating and administrative skills. Familiarity with the values and processes of community learning would be an advantage. A teaching qualification at Level 3 and a level 3 Assessor Award or predecessor is essential. Familiarity with the values and processes of partnership working and Welsh language skills would be an advantage.

     

     

    How to Apply

    Please apply using the application pack below sending your completed application to Recruitment@adultlearning.wales.

    Application Pack

    The closing date for this post is 5pm on Friday 29th March 2019.

    We welcome applications in Welsh.




      


    Regional Support Administrator (National Delivery Team)

    - Office Base: North Wales (Bangor or Wrexham)
    £17,834 - £21,738 pro rata per annum
    Permanent
    17.5 hours per week

    Since its establishment in 2015, Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales has firmly established itself as the National Community College, serving the adult population of Wales with inspirational, life changing opportunities. We are a democratic, independent and voluntary movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development and providing the best quality learning, through a collaborative approach, working across the whole of Wales.  

    Drawing on our strong partnerships, our vision sees us at the forefront for growth in lifelong learning, prioritising opportunities for those learners who are hardest to reach and empowering and upskilling people and delivering equal access to Welsh medium provision.

    Our vision is to increase the social, economic and personal impact of adult community learning in Wales and our mission is to create inspiring learning opportunities for adults in communities and workplaces throughout Wales. We aim to empower people to develop skills and knowledge to realise their full potential.



    About the Job

    The post holder will support and underpin the work of the delivery team by providing a range of administrative duties, including registering courses onto the Management Information Systems (MIS), print tutor packs, processing tutor pay claims, and logging all learner details and support requirements. The post holder will ensure accurate administration and record keeping in relation to all agreed provision, finance and quality.

    About you

    You will have a good standard of education with a relevant IT qualification at level 2 or above an advantage. You will have good IT skills and be able to demonstrate a good working knowledge of Excel, Word and database systems. You will be well organized, methodical and an excellent communicator. Welsh language skills at level 3 are desirable.

    How to Apply

    Please apply using the application pack below sending your completed application to Recruitment@adultlearning.wales.

    Application Pack

    The closing date for this post is 5pm on Friday 29th March 2019.

    We welcome applications in Welsh.




      


    Regional Support Administrator

    - Office Base: Bangor
    £17,834 - £21,738 per annum
    Permanent
    35 hours per week (job share considered)

    Since its establishment in 2015, Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales has firmly established itself as the National Community College, serving the adult population of Wales with inspirational, life changing opportunities. We are a democratic, independent and voluntary movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development and providing the best quality learning, through a collaborative approach, working across the whole of Wales.  

    Drawing on our strong partnerships, our vision sees us at the forefront for growth in lifelong learning, prioritising opportunities for those learners who are hardest to reach and empowering and upskilling people and delivering equal access to Welsh medium provision.

    Our vision is to increase the social, economic and personal impact of adult community learning in Wales and our mission is to create inspiring learning opportunities for adults in communities and workplaces throughout Wales. We aim to empower people to develop skills and knowledge to realise their full potential.



    About the Job

    The post holder will support and underpin the work of the regional delivery team by providing a range of administrative duties, including registering courses onto the Management Information Systems (MIS), print tutor packs, processing tutor pay claims, and logging all learner details and support requirements. The post holder will ensure accurate administration and record keeping in relation to all agreed provision, finance and quality.

       

    About you

    You will have a good standard of education with a relevant IT qualification at level 2 or above an advantage. You will have good IT skills and be able to demonstrate a good working knowledge of Excel, Word and database systems. You will be well organized, methodical and an excellent communicator. Welsh language skills at level 3 are desirable.

    How to Apply

    Please apply using the application pack below sending your completed application to Recruitment@adultlearning.wales.

    Application Pack

    The closing date for this post is 5pm on Friday 29th March2019.

    We welcome applications in Welsh.




      


    Tutors Required


    - Rate of Pay: £23.02 per hour (including holiday pay and awaiting pay award)
    - Hours of work:  part-time, variable

    Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales is inviting applications from suitably qualified tutors to teach the subject below in locations across the whole of Wales.  We are also looking to recruit tutor who have the ability to teach through the medium of Welsh or bilingually.

    About the job: You will plan, prepare and deliver courses and learning programmes in accordance with learner needs and quality processes and procedures.  You will deliver high quality learning using a range of teaching methods and use a range of appropriate assessment methods in line with learner needs and awarding body requirements.  You will ensure that learners are provided with clear and constructive feedback within appropriate timescales.


    About you: You will have a minimum level 3 teaching qualification or level 4 or above dependant on the learning being delivered.  You will have experience of delivering learning within a subject area and experience of planning learning to include lesson plans and schemes of work. The experience of teaching adults and working with voluntary groups and charitable organisations would be an advantage. 


    We are particularly looking for tutors in the following geographic and subject areas:

    Gwynedd, Anglesey, Conwy/Denbighshire, Flintshire / Wrexham:
    Digital Literacy, Essential Skills, Employability skills, ESOL, 
    AET, IQA Assessor Qualifications Levels 3 & 4, ICT


    Powys, Mid Wales & Ceredigion:
    Digital Literacy, Essential Skills, Employability Skills, Life Skills, ICT
    Personal Development, Health and Well-being, Therapeutic Art
    Local History

    Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, RCT, Monmouth, Newport, Torfaen, Cardiff, Bridened, Vale of Glamorgan:
    ESOL, Essental Skills, Emplioyability Skills, ICT
    First Aid, Food Hygiene, Manual Handling, COSHH, Health & Safety
    Customer Service, Safeguarding, POVA, Resilience
    Classroom Assistant, Playwork, Parenting

    Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire
    Digital Literacy, Essential Skills, Employability Skills, ICT, Welsh Language
    First Aid, Food Hygiene, Manual Handling
    Personal Development, Care, Administration, Tourism 



    Tutors also Required:


    National Delivery Department (locations across Wales):

    Trade Union Learning and Workplace Learning:

    Digital Literacy / IT, Essential Skills, Welsh Language

    POVA and Safeguarding, Personal Development

    Health & Safety, Health & Wellbeing, Resilience

     

    National Delivery Department (locations across Wales):

    YCPW (Youth Community and Playwork):

    Playwork Tutors

    Youth Work Tutors


    Digital Literacy Tutors

    Part time, varied hours, £23.02 per hour (pay award pending)

    Locations in Gwynedd (across the whole of Wales)

     

    Welsh Tutors

    Part time, varied hours, £23.02 per hour (pay award pending)

    Locations in Carmarthen (across the whole of Wales)


    How to Apply
    Please note CV’s are not accepted. Please apply by completing our online application form or complete the application form below and return to Nicola.Powell@adultlearning.wales or by post to Nicola Powell, HR, Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales, 7 Coopers Yard, Curran Road, Cardiff, CF10 5NB


                 
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