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Youth Employment Mentor

Cardiff Third Sector Council

£24,184 - £26,804 pa • (37 hours per week)

Cardiff

A Communities for Work, (CfW) is a Welsh Government programme tackling poverty though sustainable employment providing intensive employment mentoring and support. The post will deliver intensive mentoring and employment support services to 16 – 24 year olds who are NEET and who have complex barriers to employment. The programme is funded by the European Social Fund up to 2018 with a possibility of extension until 2020.

Youth Employment Mentor

Cardiff Third Sector Council

£24,184 - £26,804 pa • (37 hours per week)

Cardiff

Communities for Work, (CfW) is a Welsh Government programme tackling poverty though sustainable employment providing intensive employment mentoring and support. The post will deliver intensive mentoring and employment support services to over 25 year olds, increasing the employability of economically inactive and long term unemployed adults who have complex barriers to employment. The programme is funded by the European Social Fund up to 2018 with a possibility of extension until 2020.

£23,082 34.5hr week with a flex time scheme.

Prestatyn

An exciting opportunity is available for someone to join our local services team. The role is key in supporting people with epilepsy in North Wales. The post holder will support people to influence epilepsy service development, and raise awareness of epilepsy and the charity’s vital work.

NJC Scale 30 – 34 £26,293 - £29,558 28 hours

Caerphilly

DW is a national Disabled People’s Organisation (DPO) and given the job requirements it is specifically recruiting a disabled person to represent it as Membership Programmes Development Officer.

£22,937 - £24,472 (NJC scale 26-28) (pro rata) 28 hours per week

Caerphilly

This role is an exciting opportunity to help shape the organisation’s social media strategy in both Welsh and English. You will be responsible for providing digital support to the Policy and Programmes team to enhance the presence of and promote Disability Wales through social media and other channels. You will use social media effectively, posting daily to increase brand awareness of Disability Wales and encourage engagement.

Bilingual Information Officer

Learning Disability Wales

LDW Grade 5, pts 17-20 £23,916 to £26,904 (37 hrs per week) plus 7.5 % employers pension contribution

Cardiff

Do you want play a role in our 5 year project that will change the way young people with a learning disability / difficulty including Autistic spectrum disorder contribute to the workforce in Wales?

Finance Officer

Port Talbot and Afan Women's Aid

£19,048 – £22,212 (pro rata, depending on experience), plus pension, 25 hours, permanent

Port Talbot

We are looking for a motivated and organised individual to provide high quality financial support, undertaking relevant tasks and supporting the wider team with basic finance.

Bi-lingual (Welsh and English) Admin Assistant/Receptionist

Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations

£15,238 per annum 35 Hours per week – (5 days 9.00 to 17.00)

Llandrindod Wells

This temporary appointment is funded for the period to 31st October 2016 to cover a staff secondment

Third Sector Broker

Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations

£2,059.75 per month 35 hours per week

The post is based in Newtown but will work at times from Llandrindod Wells

To work alongside health and social care professionals, helping people access voluntary (third) sector services that enable them to remain independent.

Health and Social Care Engagement Officer

Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations

£1,235.85 per month. 21 hours per week

Llandrindod Wells

The postholder will engage with third sector stakeholders, carers and citizen to ensure their voices are heard by decision makers and help inform the strategic planning processes for health, social care and well-being services in Powys.

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