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Advocate

Alzheimer's Society

£19,350 actual per annum 35 per week

Bangor

Do you want to be part of a team of people who are passionate to improve the life opportunities of people living with dementia?

Trustees and a Treasurer

Welsh Women’s Aid

Cardiff

Do you have the enthusiasm, time and skills to help us direct Welsh Women’s Aid work to prevent domestic abuse and other forms of violence against women across Wales?

£17,250 per annum (pro rata) - 16 hours per week

Cardiff

The project, Sherman 5, was launched in 2014 and is gathering momentum all the time. We require an administrative assistant to provide support to the Sherman 5 programme of work, liaising closely with the Sherman 5 Coordinator to ensure the delivery of a wide ranging programme of audience development initiatives, specifically targeted at disadvantaged communities.

£17,250 per annum (pro rata) - 19.5 hours per week

Cardiff

To support the administration and co-ordination of Sherman Cymru‘s Creative Learning BIG Lottery activity, working closely with colleagues in the Creative Learning team to ensure the delivery of a wide ranging programme of participatory outreach and community projects funded by the BIG Lottery.

Development Officer

Children in Wales

£30,978 per annum pro rata. NJC point 36 (17.5 hours per week)

2 posts (1 in Cardiff, 1 in Caernarfon)

Children’s Financial Capability and Parenting Pilot

An exciting new role has arisen to be part of a major new pilot project with the Welsh Government, Big Lottery Fund Wales and the Money Advice Service. The year-long pilot aims to improve the financial capability of children in Wales through working with their parents.

Drop-in Advice and Administration Worker

Cardiff YMCA Housing Association

Starting salary: £16,969 37.5 hours per week

Cardiff

Cardiff YMCA Housing Association is a homelessness charity. It is currently recruiting for the following position with its Support Department:

Play Worker

Groundwork Wales

£16,071 (pro rata) 14.5 hours per week

Pontllanfraith

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.

£24,700 to £31,863 per annum | 35 hours per week

Cardiff

This is a very exciting time for our charity and we hope you will join us on our journey. We believe in a world where there are fewer strokes and all those touched by stroke get the help they need.

£20,300 pa 37 hours per week – rotas cover 7 days per week (sleep-ins)

Chepstow

Hill House is a vibrant supported accommodation service for young people with the possibility of the age group changing in a year to be more open

£25,440 – £29,558 Full Time (37hrs)

South Wales

Restorative Approaches Family Engagement Project

In 2014 Tros Gynnal Plant was awarded a 3 year grant from Welsh Government under the ‘Engage’ priority of the Child and Families Delivery Grant to deliver a service to increase the early identification and engagement of seldom heard families across all 22 local authorities in Wales by utilising and developing the use of Restorative Approaches methodology for both professionals and parents.

Following the success of phase 1, Tros Gynnal plant is now recruiting for phase 2 which will see the project expanding into other areas of Wales.

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