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Recovery Support Worker

Mid Powys Mind

£20,000 per annum - Full Time (35 hours per week)

Llandrindod Wells

An exciting opportunity to join a dynamic local mental health charity, offering support services to people who have experienced mental health issues throughout Radnorshire and North Brecknock.

Salary: £20,000 per annum

Project area - Neath Port Talbot and Powys

Salary: £20,000 per annum – Hours: full time 37.5 hours

We require a variety of skills within the new team and are looking for staff that are experienced in one or more of the following areas:

· Youth work

· Therapeutic play

· Service development

· Developing resources

· IT skills

· Networking skills

Salary: £23,000 per annum

Project area - Neath Port Talbot and Powys

Salary: £23,000 per annum – Hours: full time 37.5 hours

As a Senior Development officer, you will be supporting the team in developing new services. You will need to be an outstanding communicator with excellent networking skills, demonstrating experience of working in partnership with agencies.

Support Line Coordinator

THE SURVIVORS TRUST WALES

£24,646 pro rata - 21 hours per week

based in Merthyr Tydfil

An exciting opportunity for a self-motivated person with the right skills and experience to coordinate the TST Cymru Sexual Abuse and Rape Support Line. TST Cymru is based in Merthyr Tydfil. The Support Line Coordinator will be responsible for recruiting, training and supporting volunteers who will provide support to victims and survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault via phone, text and email.

Business Development Manager

Trinity Care and Support

£28 000 full time 35 hours

Porthcawl

Trinity Care and Support are looking for an experienced Business Development Manager to join our small team. The main purpose of the role will be to develop the commercial potential of the organisation and develop and deliver suitable strategies to obtain funding from diverse income streams.

Trustees

Rubicon Dance

Unremunerated

Cardiff

Trustees help direct Rubicon Dance towards achieving its mission and ensure the organisation is managed effectively.

Salary circa £24k

1 position in South Wales and 1 position in South West Wales

This is an exciting and interesting opportunity to contribute to the development of Scouting in Wales. We are looking to appoint a flexible, enthusiastic and self-motivated person who will work in selected communities in the above areas. The primary objectives of the jobs are to recruit adult volunteers and open new provision for young people. The post holder may also provide initial support to new volunteers and assist volunteer managers in the creation of local development plans.

Treasurer

Children in Wales

Unsalaried

Cardiff

Children in Wales is the national umbrella organisation for those working with children, young people and families in Wales and its work is underpinned by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Following the impending retirement of the current Treasurer at the end of his term of office, Children in Wales is seeking to recruit a new Treasurer for the Trustee Board.

Wales Manager

Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens

£31,160 pro rata starting salary rising to £33,998 30 hours (4 days) per week

Cardiff

Supporting Community Growing in Wales: an exciting opportunity to head up our Wales team and oversee our work delivery across the country.

£20,858 per annum 35 hours per week,

Cardiff

The post holder needs to be someone wanting to ‘make a difference’ and someone who is prepared to enhance Llamau’s ethos and culture of uncompromisingly putting those we work with first.

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