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£18,832 - £20,614 (pro-rata)

Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board Area

You will deliver recovery focused support to service users in their community in conjunction with the Health Board’s Early Intervention Service.

£28,746 (37 hours)

Based at Bryngarw Country Park

Experienced manager wanted to oversee work-based training projects in carpentry and horticulture for adults with learning disabilities with a specific focus on safeguarding, trainee recruitment and development.


Cyfannol Women's Aid

£26,000 pro rata


Due to continued growth within the organisation and new funding we have an opportunity for a qualified and experienced female* counsellor to join our team, offering counselling to victims of sexual and domestic abuse across Gwent.

Volunteering Development Coordinator

Welsh Centre for International Affairs


North or Mid-Wales (national role)

WCIA are seeking a dynamic and experienced volunteering professional with strong ICT skills and an understanding of heritage work, to lead our volunteer outreach and skills development strategy.

Project Officer – Cardiff

BME Sport / WCVA

£19, 742 - £22,937 per annum


WCVA has been awarded funding from Sport Wales to manage the development and delivery of the BME Sport Cymru. This project is a strategic partnership between WCVA and a network of delivery and supporting partners.

£15,118 to £19,502 per annum

North West Wales and Powys- St Asaph or Home based

We are at an exciting stage in our development and this new role will help us reach more people affected by stroke in North West Wales and Powys.


Age Connects - Cardiff & The Vale

Hourly rate £9.07


The Hospital Discharge Service (HDS) provides short-term intensive practical, emotional and liaison support to older people in their own homes to prevent admission to hospital or support early discharge from hospital. The Service is registered as a Domiciliary Care Agency with CSSIW.

We are looking to appoint a temporary post (funded until March 2017) to add to our team of Settlement Aides linking directly with the Cardiff Community Resource Teams (health and social care teams) to deliver high quality and coordinated care to individuals in the community.

Discharge Support Officers x7

Age Connects- Cardiif &The Vale


These posts will be working on key wards in the University Hospital of Wales, Llandough and St. David’s.

Due to an expansion of its current Discharge Support Officer Service the Hospital Discharge Service is looking to recruit the following posts to work within the Integrated Discharge Service (IDS). These posts will be working on key wards in the University Hospital of Wales, Llandough and St. David’s.

£26, 000 per annum


The Wallich exists to prevent homelessness. We are constantly improving our services through evaluating our existing projects and researching new methods of getting people off the streets, keeping them off the streets and creating opportunities to support people to rebuild their lives.

The Policy & Research Team provides senior management with the information they need to improve The Wallich’s services. In addition to this the team works to influence decision makers in national and local government using research undertaken with our service users in order to improve the lives of homeless people across Wales.

Grade 12 £34,196 - £36,019


Do you have the skills, experience and vigour to help to contribute to Bridgend Council’s transformation agenda? The Council is changing, and in future, will no longer be able to manage all the community services and assets it manages currently. If these assets are to be retained for community use then local organisations will to need to play a much greater role in managing them. That’s where you come in. You will provide guidance and support to transform good intentions into practical solutions to transfer community assets from the Council into community control. You will need to be an excellent project manager and be able to gain the respect of key community stakeholders and professionals within the Council such as property, legal, HR and finance. Above all, you will need to be outcome focused, resilient and genuinely motivated by delivering change. We look forward to meeting you.

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