Working at Diverse Cymru…

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’re committed to supporting you in your role and beyond. That’s why we offer a range of internal training programmes as well as external training and CPD opportunities. On top of annual appraisals, you’ll 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’s why we operate a flexitime system, offer a generous holiday entitlement and are open to flexible working arrangements.

To apply for any of our positions, please complete the below documents and return to careers@diverse.cymru

Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

We’re currently recruiting for the following positions:

Mental Health Recovery Practitioners (North Wales)

Mental Health Recovery Practitioners (North Wales)

Salary: £20,500 full-time, £11,635 part-time.

Flexitime operates, 28 days* annual leave plus bank holidays (*pro rata)

Contract Type: Contract until 2026, 1 Full Time & 1 Part Time positions available (37 & 21 hours a week)

Location: North Wales (Home based, location flexible)

We are looking to recruit Mental Health Recovery Practitioners for our brand new National Lottery funded project, to provide direct support to BAME individuals and help them make the transition from secondary care and sustain an independent life back in the community.

Based in North Wales, you’ll be providing support to people experiencing mental health difficulties, particularly with people accessing mental health services from the Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, enabling them to sustain independent life in the community.

You must be able to establish a good understanding of the BAME community you’ll be working with and develop strong working relationships with a variety of partners and services.

You’ll be supporting individuals through a range of activities, on an on-site and peripatetic basis and enabling clients to exercise informed choices about their lives.

To find out more about the role and its requirements, please see the Job Description and Person Specification.

Deadline & How to Apply

Please download our application form and equal opportunities monitoring form and return the completed forms to careers@diverse.cymru.

Please state in your email whether you are applying for a full or part time position.

The application deadline has been extended, please submit your application as soon as possible

External vacancies

National Theatre Wales – Operations & Social Impact Manager

We’re recruiting for a brand new role here at NTW. Could you be our Operations & Social Impact Manager?

We’re looking for someone to help us realise our vision, communicate our values and spark change. We’re about connecting people: because we know that connection opens minds, ideas, ways of thinking and outcomes. So you’ll be someone who thinks creatively and strategically, who’s also good with detail and analysis. You may have worked in an operational role before, but it’s not essential. What’s most important is that you’re able to take the initiative and work across departments to deliver key projects.

Salary: £35,000 per annum
Deadline: 12pm on Monday 4 July
Interviews: Week commencing 11 July

This is a full-time permanent contract

For more information please visit our website

Rheolwr Gweithrediadau ac Effaith Gymdeithasol
Rydyn ni’n recriwtio ar gyfer rôl newydd sbon yma yn NTW. A allech chi fod yn Rheolwr Gweithrediadau ac Effaith Gymdeithasol i ni?

Rydyn ni’n chwilio am rywun i’n helpu i wireddu ein gweledigaeth, cyfathrebu ein gwerth a sbarduno newid. Rydyn ni’n ymwneud â chysylltu pobl: oherwydd rydyn ni’n gwybod bod cysylltiad yn agor meddyliau, syniadau, ffyrdd o feddwl a chanlyniadau. Felly byddwch chi’n rhywun sy’n meddwl yn greadigol ac yn strategol, ac sydd hefyd yn dda gyda manylion a dadansoddi. Efallai eich bod wedi gweithio mewn rôl weithredol o’r blaen, ond nid yw’n hanfodol. Yr hyn sydd bwysicaf yw eich bod yn gallu cymryd yr awenau a gweithio ar draws adrannau i gyflawni prosiectau allweddol.

Cyflog: £35,000 y flwyddyn
Dyddiad cau: 12pm ddydd Llun 4 Gorffennaf
Cyfweliadau: Wythnos yn dechrau 11 Gorffennaf

Ma hwn yn gontract parhaol, llawn amser.

Am rhagor o wybodaeth ewch i’n gwefan

Tennis Wales – Coaching and Volunteering Manager

We are looking to recruit a Coaching and Volunteering Manager within our participation team. The Coaching & Volunteering Manager provides support to tennis coaches and volunteers in our venues & programmes. The Coaching & Volunteering Manager works across the business, liaising & coordinating with colleagues to provide industry leading qualifications, CPD, training, mentoring & support to ensure we have the best people to achieve our vision. You will be responsible for leading the strategic direction of the Tennis Wales Coach Development centre and also establishing and delivering a Workforce Development Plan for tennis in Wales.

Job title: Coaching and Volunteering Manager
Location: Flexible but with a need to be present in the Tennis Wales Office, Cardiff as duties require, with regular travel required across Wales
Salary: £28,000 to £32,000 per annum plus excellent benefits including essential car users allowance
Deadline: Friday 15th July at 5pm

For more information on how to apply, please visit the Tennis Wales website by clicking here.

Tennis Wales – Competition and Events Coordinator

•Tennis Wales is committed to delivering a broad and engaging range of events and competitions, for players from recreational through to international level experience. With the aim of engaging more people in tennis and assisting the progression of talented players through appropriate competition.
The Competitions and Events Coordinator will be responsible for growing our recreational pathway of competitions and leagues in Wales, delivering LTA and Tennis Wales competition initiatives and events to increase the number of regularly competing juniors and adults.

Job title: Competition and Events Coordinator
Location: Flexible with travel required across Wales
Salary: £18,000 to £23,500 per annum plus excellent benefits including essential car users allowance
Deadline: Friday 15th July at 5pm

For more information on how to apply, please visit the Tennis Wales website by clicking here.

Our vacancies page is seen by thousands of people every month from across the Welsh Third Sector. To list your vacancy with us, please email info@diverse.cymru and provide:

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Please note that we ask for £25 per job position listed as a flat fee no matter the duration of the advert. You will be invoiced once the advert has been posted.