Charity / Voluntary Full Time Jobs

Church And Community Centre Development Manager

We are opening a brand-new church and community building in the Autumn of 2023. Do you have the experience to manage this building and to help us establish projects and programmes for a wide variety of church and community activity?

Team Leader

CAREER OPPORTUNITY!TEAM LEADER – FULL TIME (£30,000 – £32,000 PA)CLOSING DATE: 17th APRIL 2023Lead a positive and innovative team helping us to implement peer support in substance use services and the recovery community. Champion lived experience & system transformation. Help us bring a trauma informed approach to all we do.A place for you to thrive – professionally and personally while helping others do the same.Contact Sarah at with any enquiriesEmail or visit for an application packCLOSING DATE: 17th APRIL 2023

Service Manager

Looking for a new challenge?You will be passionate about supporting individuals experiencing violence against women and girls, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV).You will be able to demonstrate your commitment to our organisational beliefs, values and culture.You will be able to build trust and relationships easily, you will have the skills needed to lead your geographically dispersed team.You will enhance our cultural aspirations by leading your team in an inclusive, engaging and empowering way, working collaboratively to create a safe, supportive and explorative space.You will need to have resilience and take opportunities to engage in workplace support to ensure your wellbeing remains healthy.Service ManagerSalary: £30,000 – £35,000 Location & working Pattern: Agile – inclusive of home working, and frequent travel across Gwent to our various offices and refuges with a focus on Torfaen and NewportContract Type : Permanent (subject to the continuation of funding)Hours: 35 hours per week (full time)Accountable to : Director of Domestic Abuse ServicesAccountable for : Housing Support Grant Services (currently comprising refuge, drop in, crisis, group education and floating support) Line management of Team Leaders/Assistant ManagersPurpose of the postOversee Housing Support Grant funded services across 2 Local authority areas, leading the team in the delivery of high quality, trauma informed, person led domestic abuse services.Apply by visiting: Careers | Cyfannol Careers (

Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser

Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser Salary:          £25,971 rising to £27,270 after successful probationResponsible to:       Senior Fundraising Manager  Hours:                           Full-time, 37.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday, Location:    Office-based hours at Head Office in Llantrisant, South Wales, with some homeworking and regular travel across Wales and further afieldContext of role:    2wish support anyone affected by the sudden and unexpected death of a child or young person aged 25 and under. We are an All-Wales charity providing immediate, and longer-term, support to families, individuals, professionals and witnesses. Purpose of role:    The purpose of the role is to maximise on new business opportunities, introduce new corporate customers to the charity and build and maintain strong relationships with corporate customers alongside working with our existing corporate partnersThis will be a target-based role and the ideal candidate will be someone excels in a fast paced and busy environment, who is customer and new business focused; with the ability to work independently, managing their time whilst juggling competing priorities. They will demonstrate resourcefulness, solving any problems whilst exhibiting the flexibility to adapt to the charity’s needs.Job DescriptionTo applyPlease contact Rachel Williams for further information All completed applications are to be sent to this email address.  

Development Officer

Development OfficerSalary:    £ 37,254.63 p.a.Benefits:    Contributory pension Job Type:    Full Time (37 hours per week)Closing date:   14th April 2023 by 5pmLocation:    Based in Tredegar with the opportunity to work from home/communityRoleThe Coalfields Regeneration Trust in Wales is seeking a motivated person who is passionate about transforming and empowering our former coalfield communities. If you are interested in a role which is flexible, challenging and rewarding then this may be the role for you.In a typical day you may:Support priority regeneration projects.  A key priority for the role is assisting in the protection and rejuvenation of community assets (buildings, green spaces and services).Respond to queries and give advice to help strengthen local voluntary organisations.  Review funding applications to ensure that support requests meet deadlines, budgets and quality standards.Attend public events and use social media tools to promote what we do and why we do it.The role will require you to manage your own workload effectively, be flexible with occasional evening work and very occasional weekend work.  You will need to be able to work on your own initiative whilst benefitting from being part of a supportive team and renowned national charity.Organisation Profile The Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) is the UK’s leading regeneration agency dedicated to the former coalfields.  Since 1999, we have invested over £300 million in diverse projects and in house programmes that have impacted positively on over 2 million people.  We are increasingly taking a proactive approach to developing and investing in strategic programmes to address regeneration issues and pride ourselves in how we work with communities. We have a constituency of supporting groups and partners which places us in a unique position to help communities develop community regeneration projects.Application NotesPlease see our website for an application pack you have any queries please email All applications must be submitted to by 5pm on Friday 14th April 2023. For an informal discussion on the post, please contact Natalie Sargent on 07929 834310 

North Wales Fundraising Coordinator

North Wales Fundraising Coordinator Salary:          £21,038 to £22,090Responsible to:       Fundraising ManagerHours:                           Fulltime, 37.5 hours per week, 5 days a week, 9am-5pm. Permanent contract Location:    Predominantly home-based, with regular travel to 2wish head office in Llantrisant, South WalesContext of role:    2wish supports anyone affected by the sudden and unexpected death of a child or young person aged 25 and under. We are an All-Wales charity providing support across Wales. Our support team works very closely with our fundraising team to increase income but also to raise awareness of the work of 2wish. Purpose of role:    This is a unique opportunity for an individual to raise awareness of the charity, building its profile and engaging communities across North Wales. It will involve organising fundraising events, working with volunteers, and encouraging community fundraising opportunities.Job DescriptionTo ApplyPlease contact Rachel Williams for further information 01443 853125.All applications are to be sent to this email address.  

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