Work for Plaid Cymru
Role: Finance Officer, Plaid Cymru
Hours of work: This role could be either a full time role (37 hours a week) or part time (23 hours)
Pay scale: £17,647-£24,000 (depending on experience) full time or pro rata
Location: Ty Gwynfor, Anson Court, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff, CF10 4AL
Length of contract: Permanent
The post holder will be responsible for the financial administration of the Plaid Cymru. This will include paying bills and invoicing; maintaining and ensuring the day to day management of accounts; producing monthly reports and annual accounts; administrating wages and pensions; in addition to being responsible for overseeing the preparations for annual audits and the administration of fundraising events.
You will also be responsible for offering guidance and support to branches and constituencies in ensuring that they comply with the rules of the Electoral Commission.
You will play an important role in ensuring the effective and professional running of Plaid Cymru and you will need to be able to maintain systems effectively, including the SAGE accounting system, and to ensure information is presented and managed in a detailed, correct and organised manner.
For our part, we can offer a golden opportunity for the right candidate to develop professionally in a dynamic organisation.
For further information or to request an application form please contact Plaid Cymru’s Chief Executive Rhuanedd Richards (Rhuanedd@plaidcymru.org) 02920 472272.
The ability to speak Welsh is an advantage in this role.
Closing date: 14.2.14
Intern for the Plaid Cymru Assembly Group
Salary range: £17,647 to £23,799 (Band 3)
(Please note that recruitment will normally be at the minimum of the range)
Working hours: 37 hours per week
Location: National Assembly for Wales, Tŷ Hywel, Cardiff Bay
The Plaid Cymru group in the National Assembly would like to employ two interns, until the end of March 2014, to assist in providing high quality research and administrative support ensuring that standards of confidentiality are maintained.
Main duties include:
Carry out research into local, regional, national and international issues as required, ensuring the Assembly Group is made aware of any relevant matters.
Draft briefings and information to help to inform debates.
Provide a range of administrative and secretarial support when required.
Prepare briefing notes, draft Assembly Questions and any other documents required.
Essential criteria include:
Sound judgement and a good understanding of what it means to work as part of a team in a political environment.
Evidence of good analytical skills, including the ability to summarise accurately a wide range of views and be able to quickly identify key issues from a range of sources of information.
Knowledge of the National Assembly for Wales, it’s composition, devolved fields and legislative capabilities
You are advised to read the full Job and Person Specification before applying for this post
For more information and an application form visit http://www.assemblywales.org/gethome/working/am-support-jobs.htm or telephone 029 2089 8761.
To apply, please submit an application form to Helen.email@example.com
Closing date: 03 February 2014 (email submissions by 5pm)
There is an opportunity to fullfill an intern course with Plaid Cymru. For more information or an application form contact firstname.lastname@example.org