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:

Community Engagement Officer
Mental Health Recovery Practitioners (North Wales)

Community Engagement Officer

Salary: £21,000 per annum

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

Contract Type: Full-time, Fixed Term Contract until 31st March 2024

Location: Option for remote, Office Based (Cardiff) or Hybrid.

We are looking to recruit a Community Development Officer to be involved in the delivery of the brand new Wales Bereavement Information and Support Service (BISS) which Diverse Cymru are implementing in partnership with Marie Curie.

BISS has been established to improve access to vital bereavement support across Wales. We will be extending our services to more people across Wales as well as creating new services and resources to better support those affected by bereavement and loss, particularly under supported communities and groups.

In this varied and rewarding role, our Community Engagement Officer will work alongside Marie Curie’s Project Manager and other key stakeholders to deliver the Wales Bereavement Information and Support Service (BISS) project. The role will particularly focus on the engagement of people from minority ethnic groups, Black Asian and minoritised communities, Asylum Seekers and Refugees and people with protected characteristics.

Teamwork and communication skills are essential as coproduction and community development will be at the heart of this role. You will be raising awareness of the project by developing culturally accessible communications and ensuring the reach the community and monitoring services to identify and provide targeted support to those who have not accessed the service, ensuring the service offer is appropriate to all.

We’re looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills and evidence of providing a person-centred approach as you’ll be tailoring resources and services to the needs of individuals.

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.

The application deadline is 22nd May 2022.

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 to 22nd May 2022; however we reserve the right to close this early.

External vacancies

National Theatre Wales – Creative Development Officer

We’re looking for a Creative Development Producer to help us support and develop theatre-makers and their ideas.

• Are you passionate about discovering and supporting theatre-makers to create remarkable work in evolving and inspiring ways?
• Are you open to new ways of doing things, connecting with audiences and communities across Wales, and supporting others to do the same?

Working with the Director of Producing, Creative Associate and Artistic Director, this role will develop and deliver an integrated approach towards artist and creative development right across NTW.

This is a fixed-term, 2-year contract

See the full job description

Salary: £35k per annum
Deadline: 5pm on Monday 6 June
Interviews: Week commencing 20 June

For more information and how to apply please visit our website – www.nationaltheatrewales.org/opportunities/current_vacancies/

Rydym yn chwilio am Gynhyrchydd Datblygiad Creadigol i’n helpu i gefnogi a datblygu gwneuthurwyr theatr a’u syniadau.

• Ydych chi’n angerddol am ddarganfod a chefnogi gwneuthurwyr theatr i greu gwaith rhyfeddol mewn ffyrdd esblygol ac ysbrydoledig?
• A ydych yn agored i ffyrdd newydd o wneud pethau, cysylltu â chynulleidfaoedd a chymunedau ledled Cymru, a chefnogi eraill i wneud yr un peth?

Gan weithio gyda’r Cyfarwyddwr Cynhyrchu, y Cydymaith Creadigol a’r Cyfarwyddwr Artistig, bydd y rôl hon yn datblygu ac yn cyflawni dull integredig tuag at ddatblygiad artistiaid a datblygiad creadigol ledled NTW.

Mae hwn yn gontract tymor penodol am 2 flynedd

Gweld y swydd ddisgrifiad lawn

Cyflog: £35k y flwyddyn
Dyddiad cau: 5pm ddydd Llun 6 Mehefin
Cyfweliadau: Wythnos yn dechrau 20 Mehefin

Am rhagor o wybodaeth a syt i geisio ewch i’n gwefan  www.nationaltheatrewales.org/cy/opportunities/swyddi_gwag/

National Theatre Wales – Audiences and Communications Coordinator

Do you believe in theatre as a journey that connects and questions us, makes demands of us, provokes and pokes us, surprises and delights us? Do you want to change things? We know we do.

If you’re curious, resourceful and full of ideas…
If you believe in the power of sharing stories, making connections and starting conversations…
If you’re passionate about bringing people together…
This might just be the role for you.

Salary: £27,540 per annum
Deadline: 10am on Mon 6 June
Interviews: Mon 13 June

This is a full-time permanent contract

For more information please visit our website

Cydlynydd Cynulleidfaoedd a Chyfathrebu

Ydych chi’n credu mewn theatr fel taith sy’n ein cysylltu a’n cwestiynu, yn gwneud galwadau arnom, yn ein pryfocio a’n plesio, yn ein synnu a’n swyno? A ydych chi am wneud i newid ddigwydd? Rydyn ni’n gwybod ein bod ni am wneud hynny.

Os ydych chi’n chwilfrydig, yn ddyfeisgar ac yn llawn syniadau…
Os ydych chi’n credu mewn grym rhannu straeon, gwneud cysylltiadau a dechrau sgyrsiau.
Os ydych chi’n angerddol am ddod â phobl ynghyd…
Efallai mai dyma’r rôl i chi.

Cyflog: £27,540 y flwyddyn
Dyddiad cau: 10am ddydd Llun 6 Mehefin
Cyfweliadau: Wythnos yn dechrau 13 Mehefin

Ma hon yn swydd parhaol llawn amser

Am rhagor o wybodaeth ewch i’n gwefan

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