Date Added: 14 May 2019
: 3 June 2019
Job Title: Policy Officer
Working For: Wales Environment Link
Wales Environment Link (WEL) is a network of 28 diverse NGOs with environmental, countryside and heritage interests, most of which have an all-Wales focus.
As an umbrella body WEL represents the shared interests of its member organisations. Its role is to support the many exciting and varied environmental organisations working in Wales to help them achieve their collective aims. WEL does this by facilitating collaborative working amongst its members and with like-minded partner organisations; and by presenting their joint positions on issues to government and key decision makers in Wales.
Location: Baltic House, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff
Position type: Full time contract until end of March 2021, with the possibility of extension until March 2022.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone with a good background in both coordinating and motivating groups and developing policy. The ideal candidate will be personable and diligent with the tenacity to progress difficult discussions between WEL members in order to achieve mutual decisions. The post holder will work closely with the WEL Working Groups to develop WEL statements and consultation responses in an efficient and effective manner. You will gain an in-depth understanding of the public sector in Wales and be responsible for organising suitable events and opportunities to advocate agreed WEL policy positions to decision makers in Wales.
As one of the main points of contact for our Working Group Chairs, other group members and Welsh Government Officials you will be a confident, self-motivated, approachable, organised and meticulous coordinator and an extremely effective communicator with a demonstrable enthusiasm for the work of environmental campaigning organisations.
Closing Date: 3 June 2019
Deadline for applications: 9.00am on the closing date
Interviews: Cardiff, week commencing 10th or 17th June
Full job descriptions, person specifications and job application forms can be downloaded from www.waleslink.org/recruitment. Alternatively they may be requested by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 029 2049 7509.
If you have not heard from us by 14th June, please assume you have been unsuccessful.