Current vacancies

Recruitment opportunities at Qualifications Wales.

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Regulatory Policy Manager

Band 4 – Salary range £38,355 - £45,850 per annum

In addition to salary we offer 30 days annual leave (alongside public holidays and up to three days office closure at Christmas), flexible working arrangements and membership of the Civil Service Pension Scheme.

The Regulatory Policy Manager, reporting to the Head of Strategic Policy, will play a key, hands-on role in regulatory policy work, including developing new approaches, as well as reviewing and revising existing ones. The role will also involve working with colleagues on qualification reform programmes to ensure compliance with existing policies and to develop new regulatory requirements and approached for future needs.

Due to the range of projects scheduled for this year, there will be two Regulatory Policy Managers in the team. The work will be allocated between the two posts according to the strengths and skills of the team and needs of the organisation. For example, we will be updating our Regulatory Framework and Approach and providing policy solutions to a range of qualification reform programmes.

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Please see How to Apply here.
Closing date: Midday 8 July 2020
Interviews: 21 July 2020

 

Director of Communications and Engagement

Band 6 - £62,320 -£72,905 per annum

In addition to salary we offer 30 days annual leave (in addition to public holidays and up to three days office closure at Christmas), flexible working arrangements and membership of the Civil Service Pension Scheme.

A relocation allowance of up to £8,000 may be payable.

Communications and engagement are at the heart of our work. We are looking for a dynamic Director to help further develop and deliver our thinking and strategy.

A core member of our Management Board, this senior role reports to the Chief Executive and leads on all areas of communications, public relations and corporate engagement. The Director will continually develop and deliver the communications and engagement strategy, leading two teams to promote public confidence. Through informing, engaging and influencing, the Director - together with the Communications and Strategic Engagement teams - play a defining role in building the profile and reputation of Wales' independent regulator.

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Please see How to Apply here.
Closing date: 10 am Monday 13 July 2020
Interviews: 3rd and 4th August 2020