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Posts From September, 2018

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    It has come to our attention here at Data Cymru (formally Data Unit ~ Wales) that our old email addresses (@dataunitwales.gov.uk) are being used to send spam/potentially malicious mail.

    Please be wary of mail being sent from staff.member@dataunitwales.gov.uk – mail would now be sent from staff.member@data.cymru.

    The emails generally have spelling mistakes in them – don’t have our Data Cymru signature – and may contain zips/pdfs. Please be vigilant with emails claiming to be from our old @dataunitwales.gov.uk email address, and also please be assured that we haven’t been compromised.

    Please contact us if you’re in any doubt.

    Posted by
    y Golygydd / the Editor
  • #We will be holding our sixth National Intelligence Event on Thursday 22 November 2018 at Cardiff City Stadium.

    We have put together an exciting programme with a range of national partners.

    What’s it about?

    New legislation, new expectations and different ways of working mean those delivering public services in Wales need to think differently about how they evaluate and measure the effectiveness and impact of policies, actions and interventions. This event will explore what this means, provide practical ideas and solutions and show how these might be applied. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to get their questions and issues around this topic raised and discussed.

    Should you attend?

    You should attend if you:

    • Play a leadership role in a public body, public services board or other organisation delivering public services.
    • Have responsibility for, or support, the delivery of well-being plans - including the area plans and local well-being plans.
    • Want to know more about measuring and evaluating the impact of policies and interventions.

    Further details along with information on how to register will be available here.

    Posted by
    y Golygydd / the Editor
  • Vacancy image

    We currently have the following vacancy:

    Grade 3 - Data Officer - (£21,235 - £26,470) Temporary (initially until 31 March 2020). The ability to work in Welsh is essential for this post.

    To apply for this post, please send a copy of your CV with a letter explaining in detail how you meet the requirements to Richard Palmer to arrive no later than noon on 19 September. Interviews will be held in our Cardiff Office on 28 September 2018.

    Download the competency framework.

    For further information, or to discuss any of these posts, please contact Richard Palmer, Assistant Director on 029 2090 9500 or e-mail richard.palmer@data.cymru.

    Posted by
    y Golygydd / the Editor