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Hub Cymru Africa
HEAD OF PARTNERSHIP
37 Hours a Week
Leave cover for 9 months with possibility of extension
Closing Date: 27 March 2019
Summary of Head of Hub Cymru Africa role:
The Head of Partnership is responsible to the Hub Cymru Africa Partnership Board for the effective delivery of a programme of work funded by Welsh Government and the UK Government Department for International Development. This includes implementing agreed targets on time and within budget, developing detailed activity plans, managing partnership staff, ensuring effective partnership working, and reporting to donors. The post also provides public profile and leadership for the partnership.
The post co-Chairs the Wales Overseas Agencies Group and has a role to play in galvanising the International Development sector in Wales, liaising with international development networks, influencing policy, developing complimentary projects, and acting as a spokesperson for the Partnership.
Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA)
The WCIA is a charity, established in 1973, that inspires people across Wales to learn about and act on global issues. Our vision is for everyone in Wales to contribute to creating a fairer and more peaceful world. We do this through delivering global learning that prepares Wales for our shared future, inspiring global action in communities and organisations across Wales and building global partnerships that connect Wales and the world. The WCIA is the host and a strategic partner of Hub Cymru Africa.
Hub Cymru Africa
The Hub Cymru Africa partnership was established in 2015 as a collaboration between NGO partners. It receives funding from the Welsh Government to deliver key elements of the Wales for Africa programme. The partnership currently includes the Welsh Centre for International Affairs (lead partner), Fair Trade Wales, Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel and the Wales for Africa Health Links Network. All partner members are legal entities in their own right. Since 2018 the Partnership has expanded in scope, and with additional funding from DFID, works with a wide range of organisations to support a vibrant international development sector for Wales.