£16,800 per annum (£21,000 pro rata)
Vacancy: Finance and Admin Assistant
Organisation: Cymorth Cymru
Hours: 28 hours per week (0.8 FTE)
Salary: £16,800 per annum (£21,000 pro rata)
Location: Cardiff and working from home
We are looking for a friendly and enthusiastic person with great organisational skills, who can help us to make a difference to people’s lives!
As the representative body for homelessness, housing and support services in Wales, Cymorth Cymru’s mission is to connect, strengthen, influence and inspire service providers, policy makers and partners to:
This role will play a key part in supporting Cymorth and our members to achieve these aims.
The ideal candidate will be very organised, work well as part of a team, have great verbal and written communication skills and be willing to learn new things.
We are a small, friendly and supportive team, offering a flexible working environment. We really value our staff and do our best to create a supportive environment where people can thrive.
Due to COVID-19, we are currently working from home – but we will have a hybrid working practice in future, where people work out of our Cardiff office for part of the week and can work from home for the remainder of the week, if this suits them.
We particularly welcome applications from people from under-represented groups such as people from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic communities.
Application deadline: 00:01 on Monday 31st January 2022
Cymorth Cymru is the representative body for providers of homelessness, housing and support services in Wales.
We act as the voice of the sector, influencing the development and implementation of policy, legislation and practice that affects our members and the people they support. We are committed to working with people who use services, our members and partners to effect change. We believe that together, we can have a greater impact on people’s lives.
We want to be part of a social movement that ends homelessness and creates a Wales where everyone can live safely and independently in their own homes and thrive in their communities.
We work in partnership with members and other stakeholders to prevent and reduce homelessness and improve the quality of life for people who are marginalised or at risk of housing crisis across Wales.
Temple of Peace,
King Edward VII Ave,
Cardiff CF10 3AP,