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Project Manager

Mental Health Foundation

£27,154 - £28,396 p.a. pro rata - 21 hours per week

Based in Newport / Parc Prison

circa £28,438

Merthyr Tydfil

Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund

A consortium led by Addaction has been successful in its application to the Big Lottery Fund’s Rethink Good Health Programme. This is a new UK-wide programme that aims to influence and inform policy and practice in preventing alcohol misuse amongst older people, specifically those aged 50 and over. The grant from the Big Lottery Fund is for £25 million over 5 years to manage a portfolio of projects. The consortium will deliver a comprehensive programme of prevention, policy, resilience and intervention across 5 demonstration areas.

circa £23,888

Merthyr Tydfil

Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund

A consortium led by Addaction has been successful in its application to the Big Lottery Fund’s Rethink Good Health Programme. This is a new UK-wide programme that aims to influence and inform policy and practice in preventing alcohol misuse amongst older people, specifically those aged 50 and over. The grant from the Big Lottery Fund is for £25 million over 5 years to manage a portfolio of projects. The consortium will deliver a comprehensive programme of prevention, policy, resilience and intervention across 5 demonstration areas.

Service User Involvement Development Officer

Cardiff & Vale Action for Mental Health

£26,293- £28,746 ( pro rata) - 23 hours per week. 6% non-contributory pension

Cardiff

This post will work with those who use mental health services to ensure that service users’ views influence the development & delivery of services.,

People with experience of using mental health services encouraged to apply.

£26,000 - 35 hours per week (5 days)

Based in Head Office, Cardiff with travel across Wales

You will develop and deliver an outreach advisory service on board our ManVan for welfare rights and other entitlements - to people with a cancer diagnosis and their families across Wales.

PO4 £35,766.35 - £38,517.45 - 37.5 hours a week

Cardiff

Welsh Women’s Aid is the lead national membership organisation in Wales working to prevent domestic and sexual abuse by supporting and providing a voice to local independent domestic abuse services, delivering the All Wales Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Helpline and providing training, capacity building and support services to improve the lives of survivors across Wales.

An exciting opportunity now exists to join and lead our expanding Finance & Business Development Team.

Office Administrator

Advocacy West Wales (formally MAP)

NJC 10-11(£14,338 - £15,207) 25 hours per week, Mon-Fri

Haverfordwest (with occasional cover in Carmarthen Office)

Advocacy West Wales (formally MAP) provides independent mental health advocacy in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.

Recovery Support Worker

Brecon and District Mind

£16,604 pro rata 16hrs

We are looking for an enthusiastic, well-motivated and experienced individual to support the Recovery Team in the development of the service. Experience in supporting people with Mental Health issues is required.

Young Person’s Substance Misuse Outreach Worker

Inroads and Barnardo’s Cymru.

Salary scales are in line with ‘NJC’ points 23-28 (currently £20,400 - £23,945).

The service covers the Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan county areas

UP2U is a Tier 2 Drug and Alcohol service for young people, delivered in partnership by Inroads and Barnardo’s Cymru.

Head of Wales Africa Partnership

The Welsh Centre for International Affairs

WCIA Band 5 – starting from £30,978

Cardiff

The Head of Partnership will support organisations and communities across Wales to address global poverty and development through the Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme.

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