People Services Officer (Representative Body)
Salary: Grade D; Scale Point 19; salary £29,268
Location: Hybrid of WFH and Callaghan Square, Cardiff
Reporting to: Director of People Services
Hours of Work: Full time; 34.75 hours per week
As part of the Church’s progression, we are developing a new People Services team. This will be a fundamental part of our organisation with the key focus to make a real difference to not just the staff of the CinW but also in supporting the Church’s work within the wider communities. A team which will promote best policy and practice and to be demonstrable in our commitment to people; a team which is true to the values of openness and honesty; a team who are creative, passionate and show unshakable respect and sincerity to win the hearts and minds of all; a team who seek to truly make a difference through taking a collaborative journey as we work hard to achieve the very best.
Purpose of the Role:
As part of the new team, the People Services Officer (Representative Body [RB]) will provide comprehensive, proactive, efficient and operational People Service interventions and activities offering generalist advice, guidance and support to the staff and management of the RB including the Provincial Office, St. Padarn’s training establishment, Bishops’ PA’s and Parsonage Inspectors. The role will foster constructive working relationships in support of the achievement of departmental plans and in doing so, will support managers to develop their teams in the short, medium and longer term. Reporting to the Director of People Services you will work closely with the People Services team as a whole.
The Church in Wales is an organisation that actively values diversity and implements equality of opportunity. All staff are required to adhere to behavioural standards that ensure that all employees can carry out their duties in an environment that promotes dignity, fairness and respect and is free from unlawful discrimination.
- Promote equality, diversity and inclusion, ensuring that this commitment is reflected in all of our practice and play a key role in ensuring equality of opportunity and a working atmosphere where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. The Church in Wales is an organisation that actively values diversity and implements equality of opportunity. All staff are required to adhere to behavioural standards as detailed within the Respect Charter that ensures that all employees can carry out their duties in an environment that promotes dignity, fairness and respect and is free from unlawful discrimination.
- Comply with the Church in Wales Data Protection Policy and ensure all sensitive data is always effectively protected.
- To demonstrate the expected behaviours and promote the key values of the People Services team within your day-to-day work and your relationships and interactions with all people.
Key Values and Behaviours:
- To be respectful to all others
- To be honest and trustworthy; maintaining strict confidence and credibility for yourself and the team
- To work collaboratively within the team and throughout the Church in Wales
- To have empathy for others particularly when supporting people through challenging situations
- To be skilled and knowledgeable in all that you do and all that you accomplish
- To be intuitive and creative in striving for continuous improvement for the People Services team as a whole
- To be the very best you can be and to really enjoy what you do
- To continuously learn and to have fun whilst doing so!
Please submit your application to PeopleServices@cinw.org.uk
Monday 7th February at noon.
Interviews are likely to take place on the 15th and 16th February.
If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Amanda Lane on 02920348200.