We’re hiring for several new roles!
We’re looking for a Change Project Manager, Senior Studio Co-ordinator, Senior Auditor – Performance, Law & Ethics Specialist (Information Officer) and Relief Auditor – Accounts.
Senior Studio Co-ordinator
Audit Wales is currently recruiting for a highly creative individual with a flair for great design to join our award-winning communications team!
Do you continually seek out new approaches to improve service delivery? If so, then our Senior Studio Co-ordinator role could be for you!
Closing date for applications is 09 May 2022.
Change Project Manager
We’re hiring for a Change Project Manager to help us deliver organisational change more effectively and who’ll also be responsible for embedding change and project management excellence.
Closing date for applications is 26 May 2022.
Law & Ethics Specialist (Information Officer)
We’re recruiting for a Law & Ethics Specialist to ensure the Auditor General for Wales and the Wales Audit Office meet our obligations as data controllers, including by handling subject access requests and helping auditors with data protection requirements.
If successful, you’ll also be responsible for handling FOI requests and maintaining the publication scheme.
Closing deadline for applications is 18 May 2022.
Senior Auditor (Performance – Welsh essential)
We’re looking for a Senior Auditor (Performance) to join our team!
Are you looking for a way to help shape and improve public services across Wales? Do you have research skills with experience of evaluating service performance, governance and accountability? If so, then you could be who we’re looking for!
If successful, you will be responsible for helping shape and deliver a range of performance audit work across our local government clients in North Wales.
Closing date for applications is 29 May 2022.
Relief Auditor - Accounts
As part of our work, we’re also looking to engage CCAB qualified Relief Auditors to provide short-term, ad-hoc support in the undertaking of our accounts audits.
Why Audit Wales?
Audit Wales is a fun and friendly place to work, with an incredibly supportive culture. We’re passionate about working in the Welsh public sector and making a difference to local communities.
We are a proud Working Families employer and are an accredited Living Wage Employer. Our generous annual leave allowance, family friendly and flexible working policies are just some of the reasons why we’re a great place to work.
We are growing a diverse workforce that is representative of the communities we work within and the skills, experiences and perspectives they will offer and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds.
Find out more and how to apply
Want to find out more about any of these three exciting opportunities? Take a look at our jobs vacancy page [opens in new window].