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Restorative Practice Development Worker

The Roots Foundation Wales

£18720 per annum – 24 hours a week

Swansea and West Wales

We are looking for a dynamic and creative individual to support the aims of The Roots Foundation Wales Positive Progression Project by identifying and working with young people in care including kinship care and their kinship carers in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Your role will empower and encourage those in care and their carers to participate in activities and workshops that will increase their communication and skill level and help reduce the risk of placement breakdown, you will do this by using successful restorative practice techniques and you will also encourage the creation of a positive support network. This project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund – People and Places.

Adult Outreach Project Development Worker

The Roots Foundation Wales

£18720 per annum – 24 hours a week

Swansea and West Wales

We are looking for a dynamic and creative individual to support the aims of The Roots Foundation Wales Positive Progression Project by identifying and working with adult care leavers and kinship carers in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Your role will empower and encourage adult care leavers and kinship carers to participate in activities and workshops that will increase their skill and confidence level and will encourage the creation of a positive support network. This project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund – People and Places.

Administrator/Publicity Officer

The Roots Foundation Wales

£6656 per annum – 16 hours a week

Swansea and West Wales

We are looking for a dynamic and creative individual to support the aims of The Roots Foundation Wales Positive Progression Project by providing essential administrative and publicity support to the Development Workers recruited to this project. This project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund – People and Places.

Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 - 40 hours per week, flexitime policy operates

Cardiff

We are seeking a Chief Executive who is an inspiring and innovative leader, a powerful communicator with a proven ability to manage a wide range of stakeholders.

£12,000 per annum - 36 hrs per week 3 x 12hr rota shifts

Cardiff

To provide a 24hr housekeeping service in partnership with the refuge key workers, undertaking cleaning and maintenance duties, answering the telephone, welcoming new residents and ensuring the security of the premises is maintained, must have a clean driving licence.

Associate Trainers

The Fostering Network

Self-employed

Cardiff

Confidence in Care is looking to recruit a number of skilled associates to work with us on a range of exciting programmes, broadening our range of expertise and helping ensure their successful delivery.

Administrator

The Fostering Network

£15,900-£18,820 per annum (pro rata) - 21 hours per week

Cardiff

The role of administrator with The Fostering Network Wales. We are looking for an exceptional administrator to provide an effective and professional administrative service to the Wales team.

Programme Officer

The Fostering Network

£23,485 -£28,598 per annum - 36 hours per week

Cardiff

The Fostering Network seek to recruit a project officer to coordinate the day to day activities of our new, exciting Big Lottery funded project Confidence in Care.

Programme Manager

The Fostering Network

£38,360 –£44,021 per annum - 36 hours per week

Cardiff

We are looking for an exceptional programme manager for Confidence in Care, a new, ambitious programme to transform outcomes for looked after children in Wales through the training of foster, kinship and residential care using the Fostering Changes Programme.

Independent Mental Health Advocate

Mental Health Advocacy Scheme

£21,800 to £23,150 p.a. pro rata dependent on relevant experience and qualifications. 20 hrs per week

Gwynedd and Ynys Môn

Based in Gwynedd and Ynys Môn, you will be committed to the involvement and empowerment of mental health service users, have experience in the field of mental health in a paid or voluntary capacity, have excellent communication and listening skills, the ability to represent peoples’ views and negotiate on their behalf. Speaking Welsh is essential for the position.

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