Impact and Risk Officer

Contract:
Permanent
Category:
Full Time
Job Sector:
Charity / Not for Profit, HR / Training
Region:
South Wales
Location:
Cardiff
Salary description:
£27, 668 - £29, 323
Posted:
12/11/2018
Start Date:
ASAP
Recruiter:
WCVA
Job Ref:
WCVA/IRO

Impact and Risk Officer

Responsible to:    Risk, Procurement and Governance Manager

Salary:    WCVA Grade C: £27,668 rising to £29,323 following successful completion of a 6 month probationary period

Base:        Cardiff Bay    

Annual leave:      25 days plus bank holidays plus five discretionary days

Travel:    Use of public transport is preferred; when this is not convenient staff may use their own vehicles or use the car rental system.  Mileage rates are paid in accordance with recommended Inland Revenue rates.

Hours:    35 hours per week.  A flexi time scheme is in operation and time off in lieu is permissible for any work required to be undertaken outside the normal hours.

Superannuation: The post will attract a maximum contribution of 9% of annual salary to WCVA’s approved pension scheme.

Language skills:    Welsh language skills would be an asset to the post; the appointed candidate is expected to display an awareness of and support compliance with Welsh Language Standards

Aim of the Post

To support the impact reporting and risk management work of WCVA and our Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW) partners. This post will enable us to demonstrate the impact we make in our work through the creation of engaging reports and communications for our Board, members, partners, funders and stakeholders utilising the full range of data and information that we have available.

Main duties

  • Work collaboratively across WCVA and TSSW to produce impact reports that are insightful, engaging and help to communicate the difference we make to members, funders and stakeholders.
  • Deliver regular impact and performance reports for WCVA’s Board and TSSW Consortium and Executive Board.
  • Support the integration, adoption and development of our new reporting processes that are driven by our Theory of Change.
  • Lead on the collection and analysis of data, insights and case studies that will form the basis of our annual impact reports and publications.
  • Provide secretariat support for relevant internal and external working groupsSupport the Risk, Procurement and Governance Manager to ensure the effective and timely delivery of WCVA’s risk management framework.  
  • Responsible for the planning, booking and preparation of information and reports to WCVA’s Audit Committee, various TSSW meetings and Partnership Agreement Monitoring Reviews with Welsh Government.
  • Contribute to the updating, broadening and development of WCVA Data Hub.
  • Manage and contribute to the maintenance of a full audit trail of correspondence with external stakeholders in relation to progress, claims for release of grant aid and other matters.
  • Understand and comply with WCVA financial procedures and have the ability to manage the payment of grants and to monitor and report on expenditure to meet external funders’ requirements.
  • Contribute to the efficient organisation and administration of work of the Risk, Procurement and Governance Manager, Assistant Director of Investments, Assistant Director of Sector Development and Company Secretary.

This is not an exhaustive list.  The post holder may be asked to carry out additional duties from time to time or, as required, by the developing needs of the service or organisation.

As WCVA is part financed by European Funding (through the Welsh European Funding Office) some of your duties may require you to spend time working across these projects. The WEFO references for these projects are 80845, 80846, 80847 and 80848.

Person Specification

The following are essential skills: (candidates who cannot demonstrate these skills will not be short listed)

  • Experience of drawing together and analysing data from a range of sources with accuracy and presenting data in a variety of formats.
  • Experience of designing and administering surveys, analysing data and presenting findings in reports
  • Ability to present findings in a clear and concise manner in line with branding guidelines and in compliance with the Welsh Language Standards.
  • Understanding of risk management and reporting techniques
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Excellent ICT skills, especially databases, spreadsheets, word processing and website updating.
  • Ability to work as part of a team and to complement the work of colleagues.
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision to tight deadlines.
  • A commitment to equal opportunities
  • The following are desirable skills: (these skills are preferable, and would enhance the application)
  • Recognised risk management qualification
  • Experience of working in the third sector
  • Experience of Salesforce CRM system

Welsh language skills would be an asset to the post; the appointed candidate is expected to display an awareness of and support compliance with Welsh Language Standards 

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Company Description

WCVA has been supporting people and organisations for 80 years since the organisation was set up in 1934 as the South Wales and Monmouthshire Council of Social Services to help people during the Depression of the 1930s.

During that time we organised activities at more than 200 clubs and centres for unemployed people, funded district nurses, supported libraries in the valleys and helped create co-operative schemes to dig mountain coal.

Today, we work with thousands of organisations in communities across the whole of Wales and employ over 100 people at our offices in Cardiff, Aberystwyth and Rhyl.

The scope of our work grew significantly in the 1970s when we were invested in to support and train unemployed young people.

Closing Date:
19/11/2018

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