Jo Stevens MP

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Jo Stevens - Labour MP for Cardiff Central

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People in Cardiff want to support refugees in crisis, and one of the simplest ways to help is by donating resources which will be distributed to Calais and across Europe. 

I've offered my office as a location to drop off donations, which will be taken to Bristol and then across Europe from 14th September.

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Items needed urgently are:

  • CLEAN men's clothes (small to medium size, warm, clean, durable)
  • Men's trainers and wellies
  • Sleeping bags (preferably good quality & waterproof)
  • Tents
  • Space blankets / emergency foil blankets
  • Baby slings
  • Children's clothes

Items can be dropped off from Thursday 3rd September until Friday 11th September at: 

Jo Stevens MP Office, 116 Albany Road, Roath, CF24 3RU

9 - 5pm Monday - Friday

 

OR

The Lansdowne Pub, 71 Beda Road, Canton, CF5 1LX

From 12pm daily

 

If you'd like any more information, please contact: 

Siobhan Corria: srcorria@btinternet.com (07805 305925)

Cerys Furlong: cerysfurlong@gmail.com (07825 986177)

Collection for Refugees in Crisis

People in Cardiff want to support refugees in crisis, and one of the simplest ways to help is by donating resources which will be distributed to Calais and across Europe. ...

I'm looking for a Parliamentary Assistant to work part time (3 days/0.6 equivalent) in my Westminster office, supporting my work with the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee and providing administrative and research support.

As I'm a new MP this post will initially be offered on a fixed-term basis for six months.

The Job Description will include:

  • Develop and maintain current knowledge of bills, Early Day Motions, legislation, hansard, debates, etc
  • Undertake research and ensure the Member is fully briefed on potential questions and motions to be put to the house
  • Prepare and present briefing notes for committees, press releases, parliamentary questions etc
  • Manage briefings and commitments relating to membership of the Business, Innovation and Skills committee
  • Diary management
  • Monitor media coverage as required and brief the Member on relevant issues
  • Liaise with constituency-based staff on any casework issues as required
  • Provide general admin support

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have experience of working in a Member’s Westminster office
  • Be confident, approachable and organised
  • Be able to demonstrate research skills
  • Be able to write succinctly and accurately
  • Be comfortable working in a busy office to tight deadlines
  • Have an awareness of politics and current affairs, including current legislation
  • Have a commitment to the aims and objectives of the Labour Party

Upon appointment you will be required to comply with the Baseline Personnel Security Standard, undertaken by the Members’ Staff Verification Office (MSVO). See Members’ Staff Verification Office (MSVO) for further info.

Closing Date:
1 September 2015, 5pm

Interview/Start Dates:

Interviews: Week beginning 7th September in London.

Start Date: ASAP

 

How to apply:

Please send a CV and brief covering letter, detailing how you meet the requirements listed in the person specification, to jo.stevens.mp@parliament.uk with the subject line ‘Parliamentary Assistant Application’ no later than 5pm on Tuesday 1st September.

Salary:
In line with IPSA pay scales (pro rata - 3 days per week)
 

Job Opportunity: Parliamentary Assistant

I'm looking for a Parliamentary Assistant to work part time (3 days/0.6 equivalent) in my Westminster office, supporting my work with the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee and providing administrative...

Congratulations to all my constituents who have had their exam results today. I know how hard you have worked and how much support teachers, parents and carers have provided.

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Whatever you do next, I wish you the very best of luck.

I’m also looking forward to welcoming the thousands of new students who, following their results today, will be coming to study at university in Cardiff next month. Cardiff is a wonderful city, which I’m proud is my home, and I hope you have a great time here.

 

Whether you got the results you need, or they weren't what you hoped, have a look at this great guide to results day on the UCAS website.

 

Congratulations to students receiving AS and A Level results

Congratulations to all my constituents who have had their exam results today. I know how hard you have worked and how much support teachers, parents and carers have provided.

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