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Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales - The National Community College - 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.  

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.

 


SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER

Part time 21 hours per week

Permanent

Starting salary: £24,665 pro rata per annum

Location: Dependent on post holder
(Temporarily working from home due to pandemic)


We have an exciting opportunity for a highly skilled Systems Programmer to join a pan-Wales organisation committed to serving the adult population of Wales with inspirational, life changing opportunities.  Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales is a democratic, independent and voluntary movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development and providing the best quality learning, working collaboratively with its partners.

 

About the Job

This is a hands on role, operating at pace, you will be responsible for the continuous development and maintenance of software systems that support the functional needs of the organisation and enhance the experience of staff and learners, providing systems and database support as required. Developing data analysis and reporting tools to assist strategic and operational decision-making processes, you will use appropriate development languages and techniques to develop and adapt solutions to increase efficiency and improve service delivery.

 

About you

You will be qualified to level 4 or 5 in IT or Microsoft environments, or will have exceptional experience in the development and implementation of IT systems. You will be familiar with a range of development tools and programming languages, including experience with the .NET framework. You will have extensive experience of advanced Excel spreadsheets, MS Access, SQL Server and SSRS, and of working with large relational databases, and will have the ability to design and implement reporting systems. Knowledge of cloud based platforms would be an advantage.

About our benefits

There are attractive benefits on offer for the right candidate including:-

  • Up to £30,790 (pro rata) per annum depending on experience
  • 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary days
  • 35 hour working week with flexible working arrangements
  • Base dependant on post holder
  • Regular travel throughout Wales
  • Generous career average pension scheme

How to apply:

Please note CV’s are not accepted, apply using the application pack below and return it to
[email protected]

The closing date for this post is Midnight, Sunday 6th June 2021

We welcome applications in Welsh

SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER APPLICATION PACK

 

 

 

 

TUTORS -  in Various Subjects and Geographical Areas

 

Rate of Pay: £25.40 per hour (including holiday pay)
Hours of work:  part-time, variable

Would you like to become a tutor with Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales?
We are looking to recruit tutors across Wales.  Please see information below on the subject areas and locations.


About the Job 

We are inviting applications from tutors with a minimum Level 3 teaching qualification and practitioner level qualifications to plan, develop, teach and evaluate courses and learning programmes in accordance with learner needs and our Quality procedures. We are particularly interested in tutors with the ability to teach through the medium of Welsh or bilingually.

All areas of Wales

  • Essential Skills
  • Digital Literacy
  • Welsh
  • ESOL


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

North Wales (Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham)                           

  • Essential Skills
  • Essential Skills Literacy (with online delivery skills)
  • Digital Literacy / IT (with online delivery skills)
  • Employability Skills
  • ESOL
  • Assessment IQA level 3 & 4
  • AET
  • Customer Service
  • Welsh customs and traditions
  • Art and Craft (with essential skills, digital literacy or employability)
  • Additional Learning Needs, including Profound needs

Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire:

  • Personal development and Health and Well-being
  • Tourism
  • Care
  • Administration
  • First Aid, Food Hygiene, Manual Handling
  • Essential Skills
  • Employability
  • Personal Development
  • IT / Digital Literacy Skills

Ceredigion:

  • Health and Well-being
  • Digital Literacy / ICT
  • Therapeutic Art
  • Essential Skills
  • Employability
  • Personal Development

Swansea:

  • ESOL
  • Employability Skills
  • Essential Skills
  • Digital Literacy Skills

Neath Port Talbot:

  • Carpentry
  • Counselling
  • Health and Well-being (including mental health and substance misuse)


Powys:

  • Employability Skills
  • Health and Well-being
  • Counselling
  • Essential Skills
  • Digital Literacy Skills


Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, RCT, Monmouth, Newport and Torfaen:

  • First Aid
  • Food Hygiene
  • Manual Handling
  • COSHH
  • Health and Safety
  • Play Work
  • Classroom Assistant
  • Safeguarding
  • POVA
  • Parenting
  • Employability
  • IT

Cardiff, Newport, Vale of Glamorgan:

  • British Sign Language


National Delivery (locations across Wales)
Trade Union and Workplace Learning:

  • Digital Literacy / IT
  • Essential Skills
  • Welsh Language
  • POVA & Safeguarding
  • Personal Development
  • Health & Safety
  • Health & Well-being


National Delivery (locations across Wales)
YCPW (Youth Community and Play work):

  • Play Work Tutors
  • Youth Work Tutors


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 [email protected] 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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