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£29,500 - £33,000 per annum 35 hours per week

Cardiff

The NSPCC’s mission is to end cruelty to children. Everything we do is intended to achieve this single aim. The role of members of the Policy and Public Affairs Team is to engage effectively and with maximum impact with key audiences in Wales, develop the public policies of the NSPCC in Wales and campaign for policy and legislative change.

£15 per hour sessional freelance (self employed)

Cardiff

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Advice Supervisor

Flintshire CAB

Scale 5 to 6: £20,253 - £24,472 subject to experience - 37.5 hours per week

Deeside, Holywell and Mold CAB offices

We are looking for an Advice Supervisor to join our team to manage sessions, support volunteers and oversee and maintain the quality of advice service at Flintshire CAB.

Scale 5: £20,253 - £22,212 subject to experience - 37.5 hours per week

Based at Mold CAB but will cover North Wales

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a full-time Employment and Discrimination caseworker. Based at Flintshire CAB’s Mold office, you will assist clients with discrimination issues from across North Wales.

Development Officer

Shared Lives Plus

£32,000 - £35,000 pro rata (depending on experience) - 28 per week

Wales - Home/office by arrangement, travel across Wales

Shared Lives Plus is the UK network for shared living solutions.

This1 year project is an exciting opportunity to support Shared Lives schemes and the development of Shared Lives in Wales while developing links with key stakeholders and funders to raise the profile of Shared Lives in Wales and ensure sustainable funding for the future.

£15, 995 per annum (Pro rata) 15 hours per week

Barry

Position available for the post of Administration and Project Support Worker at Recovery Cymru, Barry.

Treasurer

Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP)

Nonsalaried

Bridgend

Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) is a national charity, supporting people to resolve conflicts constructively and without violence, so that they can enjoy more positive personal and professional relationships. AVP runs interactive workshops in the community and in prisons facilitated by trained volunteers. Nationally 98% of participants rate AVP workshops as excellent or good.AVP South Wales is looking for a volunteer Treasurer to join our Steering Group. Is this a role you would be interested in taking up?

Liason Officer-Advice and Public Services

Gypsies & Travellers Wales

£27,924 p.a. pro rata – 3 days/week

Cardiff

Gypsies & Travellers Wales supports and enables Gypsies and Travellers to achieve a high and sustainable quality of life through improving access to suitable accommodation, public services, education and employment skills.

Care Services Account Manager

Alzheimer’s Society

£21,144 actual per annum 28 hours per week

Ammanford

Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. Dementia affects over 850,000 people in the UK alone and numbers continue to grow.

Client Advice Officer x 2

Groundwork Wales

£18,569 – £22,393 depending on experience 37 hours per week

One based in Swansea/Bridgend One based in Carmarthenshire/Pembrokeshire

Groundwork supports communities in need, working with partners to help improve the quality of people’s lives, their prospects and potential and the places where they live, work and play. Our vision is of a society of sustainable communities which are vibrant, healthy and safe, which respect the local and global environment and where individuals and enterprise prosper.

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