Monday, 3 November 2008

Lower-grade recruitment has started and finished

Team Supports (North Wales) - Ref:1083092
Team Band £15,500 - £19,000
Division: DE&T, CISD, DCELLS, Rural Affairs & Heritage
North Wales various - Majority will be relocating to Llandudno Junction 2010
Actual starting salary : £15,500

Work Pattern:
Applications from candidates who wish to work full-time, part-time or on a job-share basis will be considered.

Purpose of post:
Individuals recruited will have a flexible approach and a willingness to contribute to the business of the Welsh Assembly Government. The postholder will provide administrative support to the team. This may include dealing with clients, liaising with partner organisations and professional advisors, and carrying out the administrative functions such as maintaining databases, managing enquiries, producing reports and raising the required Purchase Orders and processing invoices. The Welsh Assembly Government values diversity highly within the workplace and welcomes applications from individuals of all genders, ages, ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, disabilities, faiths and religions so that it can be more representative of the people whom it serves. The Welsh Assembly Government is committed to the employment of disabled people and is fully committed to the ‘positive about disabled people’ two-tick scheme it employs. Applications from Welsh speakers and under-represented groups are particularly encouraged.

Key tasks:
The key tasks will depend on the post to which the successful candidate will eventually be appointed. Jobs could be available in any of our North Wales offices based in and around St Asaph Business Park, Colwyn Bay or Caernarfon initially with the post and postholder required to relocate to the new Llandudno Junction Office in 2010. Most team supports working in the Welsh Assembly Government undertake the following tasks: Undertake general administrative activities such as drafting emails; letters; filing etc; Use a variety of Microsoft Office packages such as Word, Outlook and Excel; Respond and offer solutions to customer queries quickly and effectively; Undertake projects as delegated by their line manager; Arrange meetings and undertake the role of minute taker;

Don't rush to apply as the deadline was 31 October 2008. The jobs were previously advertised here.


Ben 3 November 2008 at 08:09  

Nice one Waggy! I'm sick and tired of hearing that there's gonna be jobs for everyone. You've gotta start somewhere so why not at the bottom.

Anonymous 3 November 2008 at 08:58  

There are loads of jobs going in the Baglan Energy Park, in Port Talbot.

Between 6,000 to 10,000 jobs promised in the likes of the Western Mail and the South Wales Evening Post.

Don't all rush to the Sandfields Estate at once.

Anonymous 4 November 2008 at 03:30  

Here we go again.

"Applications from Welsh speakers and under-represented groups are particularly encouraged."

Presumably, applications from non-Welsh speakers will be particularly discouraged.

Of course, this clearly shows that Welsh speaking takes precedence over an applicant's ability to perform their duties in English.

I wonder at which level a group is considered to be 'under-represented'?

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