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At Diverse Cymru, our people are at the heart of everything we do. Whichever role you take up with us, you’ll be helping us to achieve a fairer, more equal Wales for all.

We are committed to supporting you in your role and beyond.  We offer a range of internal training programmes as well as external training and Continued Professional Development opportunities. On top of annual appraisals, you will also have regular sessions with your line manager to ensure you have everything you need to succeed in your role.

We recognise the importance of a work-life balance, and that is why we operate a flexitime system, offer a generous holiday entitlement and are open to flexible working arrangements.

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External vacancies

HEFCW (Higher Education Funding Council for Wales) – Regulation Officer

Salary:£28,434 – £33,751
This post is full time but could be part time (at 0.8FTE) for the right candidate.
Contract: Permanent;
Location: 2 Capital Quarter, Cardiff; Hybrid working
Application Deadline: 22 April 2024

Are you interested in being part of a team that supports and challenges regulated tertiary education and assisting in the development of a new regulatory system for tertiary education in Wales?

As Regulation Officer, you will play a central role in delivering regulatory processes that enable higher education courses to be designated for student support.  You will also play a key role in the delivery of wider regulatory duties and support the project to develop a new regulatory system for tertiary education which will be a responsibility transferring to the Commission for Tertiary Education and Research later this year.

You will have a background in either supporting the delivery of projects or regulatory processes in a public sector or education setting.  You would use your experience to help you to successfully contribute to the delivery of complex projects and processes, using good problem solving skills.  You will have good numeracy skills, attention to detail and have experience of consulting with internal and external stakeholders from a range of backgrounds.

You will have either: a degree and some relevant knowledge of projects or regulatory processes; or school leaving qualifications and an ability to demonstrate significant relevant knowledge to undertake this work.  The ability to communicate bilingually in Welsh and English is desirable.

For more information please click Apply.

HEFCW is a Disability Confident and Living Wage accredited employer. We are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace and we particularly encourage LGBTQ+ applicants, disabled applicants and people from an ethnic minority background, who are currently under-represented at HEFCW.  We are pleased to accept application forms in Welsh and English.

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