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£22,177 - £30,515


The Ramblers is looking to recruit a skilled and experienced individual to provide:

a leading role to develop a coordinated communications, and PR plan, for Ramblers Cymru. The post-holder will seek to build and engage new and potential supporters, communicate effectively with our members and raise the profile of the organisation to key external audiences.

Ensure that events for members and supporters are designed and delivered in such a way as to work effectively for existing and potential members and support the overall objectives of the organisation.

£26,966 to £40,449pa


The Ramblers is looking to recruit a skilled and experienced individual to provide:

Management of the Lets Walk Cymru (LWC) health walks scheme. It is Wales’s largest network of health walk schemes, helping all kinds of people to lead a more active lifestyle.

Our vision is for everyone to have access to a short, free and friendly health walk within easy reach of where they live, to help them become and stay active.


The governance and strategic direction for National Energy Action is provided by its Board of Trustees. We are looking to recruit a new trustee, with a commitment to eradicating fuel poverty in Wales, to support the work of the charity.

CYM258 Project Worker (PW2)

Barnardos Cymru

£ 23,196 - £30,147 per annum


The Project Worker will be responsible for engaging with families, enabling them to identify their needs and developing a pathway plan in partnership with individuals and the family as a unit. Interventions provided by the service include the coordination of counselling and therapy for both the adults and children within the families, facilitation of group work programmes for children and adults and whole family interventions to enhance motivation, build resilience and to assist families to better manage conflict. Families will benefit from debt and nutrition advice as well as tools to enhance communication within the family and the wider community.

£13,335 per annum

South & East Wales (Homebased)

Volunteering Matters is looking to recruit an experienced Project Coordinator for our Learn Together Cymru project funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The project recruits and trains volunteers to support young people in schools and communities across Wales to help improve their literacy and numeracy.

£14,000 pa (10 month post)


The post holder will be required to provide support and promote the voice of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities in Bridgend County Borough.

£27,510 per annum


We’re looking for a positive and motivated individual to join Age Cymru. As the only Wales based national charity devoted to addressing all the issues affecting older people in Wales, this is an opportunity to join at an exciting and challenging time as we continue our journey to create an age friendly Wales. This post is based at our office off Ocean Way in Cardiff.

Carers Support Worker

Bridgend Carers Centre



Bridgend Carers Centre/ Carers Support Worker Post

Bridgend Carers Centre provides information and support to someone who provides unpaid care to a partner, relative, friend or neighbour with a disability or illness. The service is flexible and is available to all Carers aged 18+.

The support worker will provide information, signposting and a support service to Carers on a wide range of issues. This support will also be provided in the form of completing carers assessments as delegated by the LA.

£40,140 - £48,048

Cardiff / St Asaph

There has been a clear commitment made by Welsh Government that all children in care should have the same life chances as those for other children.

Information Governance Officer

Care Council Wales

£30,105 - £36,036

Cardiff / St Asaph

The successful candidate will join the Care Council at an exciting time. In April 2017 we become Social Care Wales and this role gives a unique opportunity to make a real difference to safeguarding people who receive social care and to improve the profile of social care workers.

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