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Procurement and Social Value Officer

The Development Trusts Association Wales
Remote working within Wales

Posted: 31 Jan 2024

Deadline: 13 Mar 2024

Compensation: £28,000 FTE

Paid Part-time Flexible hours Permanent Remote working

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Job description

DTA Wales is looking for someone who is an excellent communicator and facilitator, who can put procurement into practice to help social enterprises explore contracts as a means of sustainable income.  That person will need to think outside the box to support our ongoing project delivery as well as help develop sustainable paid-for services for members and others to access (to help sustain the role). Experience of brokering conversations with Local Authorities and demonstrating social value, as well as an understanding of consortia would be helpful.

This role sits across several projects, and will involve a range of direct delivery.

See the Job Pack below for full details.

Salary: £28,000 FTE (0.6 / 3 days a week)

Working Hours: 0.6 FTE – 3 days per week / 21 hours per week – this can be worked flexibly across the week, although we ask that you are available on our core day of Thursday between 10am and 4pm.

Term of contract: Permanent (subject to funding)

Work base: Remote. DTA Wales retains a Cardiff office. Home working – or supported to work from ‘local to you office hub’ – anywhere within Wales or within easy reach of Wales is supported.

Job Pack

Application Form (English)

Application Form (Cymraeg)

Application information

To Apply: Please email completed application forms to info@dtawales.org.uk by Midday, 13th of March 2024.

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About The Development Trusts Association Wales

The Development Trusts Association Wales (DTA Wales) is an independent practitioner-based membership organisation promoting the work of, and supporting the growing network of, community enterprises in Wales. Our members are all independent not-for profit organisations who are serving their communities through a wide variety of services and initiatives.