• Change Project Officer
    £31,382- £37,673 (pay band 2)
    Salary on appointment is at the minimum of the range

About this job


About the role

 Audit Wales is looking to recruit a Change Project Officer which is pivotal in the delivery of the Change Programme and project portfolio.

Working alongside a range of stakeholders you will support the central change team and project managers in the coordination of actions and activities.

The role is diverse and includes the administration and coordination of plans, engaging and communicating with stakeholders, monitoring and reporting, undertaking data analysis and supporting key events and governance meetings.

Our change management function at Audit Wales aims to make sure that people are put at the heart of change. You will proactively contribute to this by supporting the development services, processes, support and guidance to develop and embed a consistent approach to managing change at Audit Wales.

 This is a key role in managing and supporting the administrative function of the change team and providing a high level of service, while ensuring that the delivery reflects the GREAT values and behaviours of Audit Wales

 What it’s like to work in the Change Team

The Change Team at Audit Wales is incredibly supportive and positive. We really do love what we do and are passionate about making an impact on the organisation. Although our Change Managers and Programme Manager lead different projects, we are still one team, offering each other input and guidance. The Project Officer role offers the unique opportunity to gain insight and offer vital support across the change programme to deliver our projects, working with teams across Audit Wales to deliver results.

Find out more

You can find out more about the responsibilities, skills and experience required for the role in the job description. For an informal discussion about this exciting opportunity, please contact Ceri Hughes.

Closing date for applications is midnight on 1st May 2024. Please note, there will be a two-stage selection process for this position. Following a sift of your on-line application successful candidates will be invited to participate in a critical thinking assessment. All assessments and interviews will be done in person at the Cardiff Office, 1 Capital Quarter, Tyndall Street Cardiff, CF10 4BZ during week beginning 20th May.

When applying online please remember to press the continue button following submission of your application – once you have done this you will receive an acknowledgement to confirm your application has been submitted.  If you do not receive an acknowledgement, please contact HR immediately.

Closing Date

  • 01/05/2024
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