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Project Officer – The Secret Garden

Project Officer – The Secret GardenPOSITION AVAILABLE:     39 hours (Fixed term 1st Feb 2023 – 30th Sept 2024)ACCOUNTABLE TO:       Skills & Wellbeing Project Manager SALARY:                      £22,271.65 – £26,913.28 pro rata per annumLOCATION:    Hours split between home working, our Cardiff office and St Fagans National Museum of History. Overview:Innovate Trust are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic person to lead the next phase of our Secret Garden project. The project will sit within the Skills and Wellbeing Department which currently incorporates Take Charge, Porthkerry Park Project, Boosting Nature, Insight into Climate Action and Insight Investigators. The department provides a diverse range of activities and training opportunities for Innovate Trust tenants as well as people with additional learning needs in the wider community.As a Project Officer you will support adults with learning disabilities to continue developing Ysgubor Fawr, a garden at St Fagans museum. You will also support individuals to research the history of Ysgubor Fawr cottage and garden through St Fagans’ own archives and the Glamorgan Archives. This research will be brought together into an exhibition for the public, with exhibition materials designed by project participants. You should expect to work closely with project participants, your fellow Project Officers in the Skills & Wellbeing department and St Fagans National Museum of History. The ideal candidate will:Be committed to providing meaningful opportunities for people with learning disabilities and other additional needs. Have some gardening knowledge and an ability to plan seasonal planting. Have knowledge of Microsoft Teams, Zoom and be willing to embrace digital technology to achieve the aims and objectives of the project.  An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check is required for the role.To apply please visit our website:, email or alternatively call the Main Innovate Trust Office on 02920 382151Closing date: 16th December 2022Interviews scheduled for the 4th – 6th January 2023  


South Riverside Community Development Centre (SRCDC), are seeking to recruit a dynamic director to help manage and develop an expanding organisation with exciting times on the horizon.Engaging with the diverse communities of South Riverside, North Grangetown and Canton, you must be committed to working in an organisation that promotes inclusion and social justice. You will work with the Board of Trustees to ensure the changing needs of our local communities are met though appropriate coproduced projects with a commitment to ongoing community development.Managing project leaders and managers, excellent people and financial management skills are essential. Genuine partnership working is also a key competency as are influencing and negotiating skills. You will have a demonstrable track record of overseeing the delivery of projects, as well as monitoring and report writing.Salary 37K pa [+ 5% employer contribution to pension]28 hours per week (4 days) salary pro rata Job DescriptionApplication FormPlease return completed application form to Cathryn Davies – Closing date 5pm Friday 23rd December 2022Interviews will take place on Thursday 12th January 2023  For an informal discussion on any aspect of the role please contact Martina Svobodova (Chair of trustees on 029 20220309  

Adviser/Trainee Adviser

Adviser/Trainee Adviser (multiple vacancies)Salary:    Adviser (with generalist certificate or acceptable equivalent) £23,700 per annum based on a 37-hour week. Part time vacancies pro-rataTrainee adviser £21,466 per annum based on a 37-hour week. Part time vacancies pro-rataPension:                8% pension supplement payable (subject to 2% employee contribution) Hours:    Full time – 37 hours per week (consideration given to part time contract)Holidays:    Full time – 37 days per annum (including Bank Holidays and fixed days). Part time vacancies pro-rataDuration:       PermanentClosing Date:    4.30pm on Friday 16th December 2022Interview Date:    Early January 2023, exact date to be announcedRole PurposeTo interview and advise clients through multiple channelsProvide advice on a range of issues using the Citizens Advice Advisernet system and other resources providedCVs are accepted. Candidates who are invited to an interview will be required to complete an application pack. To send your CV to us, or to request further information, please email: and quote reference number 2022/Adv2Applicants for this post must have a strong commitment to equality and social justice.We welcome applications that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.We aim to be an equal opportunities employer. Charity Registration Number: 1118855 


OPERATIONS CO-ORDINATORGood Neighbours in North CardiffLocation: Cardiff/Hybrid£10,500 a year – Part-time – 18hrs per week, PermanentJob DetailsSalary £10,500 a yearJob Type Part-time/Permanent/HybridBenefitsCasual dressNEST pensionHybrid workingFull Job DescriptionOPERATIONS CO-ORDINATORSummaryTitle: Operations Co-ordinatorReports To: The ChairSalary: £20,417 per annum pro rata (£10,500 for 18hrs a week), reviewed annually and in line with any increases in the National Living Wage.  Vehicle expenses will also be paid in respect of travelling using your own car, paid at the mileage rate currently in force.  Overtime is not payable, however, time in lieu may be taken in exceptional cases.Location: Hybrid.  Combination of office based at the Good Neighbours in North Cardiff Office at 4 Heol Hir, Llanishen, Cardiff, CF14 5AE; plus you will be required to attend meetings, events and visit clients and volunteers at locations other than the Good Neighbours in North Cardiff Office.Contract: Permanent, part time, 18hrs per week (flexible working pattern – normally spread over 4 days between Monday to Friday)Schedule: Monday – FridayHoliday: 23 days per annum, plus public holidaysApplication: Application FormClosing Date: Friday 23 December at 9amThe CharityGood Neighbours in North Cardiff is a local voluntary group established in 1981, whose aim is to help clients maintain independence at home.  We offer services in our community to those in need of help and support.  Services include assistance with transport, shopping, companionship, and the provision of general advice to residents in our current catchment area of Thornhill, Llanishen, west Lisvane, Heath, Roath Park, Lakeside and west Cyncoed, in Cardiff.The services we provide depend on a network of local volunteers who willingly give their time to support those living in our catchment area who find themselves in need of our assistance.  Typically, this is because they may have mobility, medical, or confidence problems, or experience loneliness, and are unable to obtain the necessary support from friends or family.We do not charge for our services and depend to a large extent on the voluntary donations made by those whom we support, or their families.  We work hard to generate income through our fundraising projects and also seek business sponsorship and external grant funding to enable us to continue our very important work.The RoleWe are looking for an organised, experienced, and efficient Coordinator to be responsible for the day-to-day management and overall monitoring of Good Neighbours in North Cardiff, ensuring the continued success of the organisation in the local community.Your main responsibilities will be to:Recruit, manage and support the volunteers including responding to requests for information, DBS check procedures and requesting referencesVisit new clients to assess their needs and suitability for the serviceProduce occasional newsletters for volunteersPrepare funding applications, raise general funds, and liaise with funding bodiesRepresent the organisation at various groups and committees, and at events in the local community, supplying materials for local displaysLiaise with statutory, voluntary, and private organisations, to meet the needs of the communityWork closely with and supervise the work of Administrators including working with the Administrators to ensure the provision of office cover in the event of holidays, sickness, or other absenceDevelop and maintain computer-based systems necessary to support the efficient operation of the organisationOversee update of the website and social media accountsAttend meetings of the Executive Committee, and the Annual General Meeting, and produce reports as required by the Executive Committee for those meetingsSupport the Executive Committee in respect of their work to:define and implement policies relating to the operation of the organisation to meet legal, statutory, and good working practice requirementsidentify, and manage situations presenting risk to the organisationAct as an Ambassador for Good Neighbours in North Cardiff at all timesThe summary of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be an exhaustive list of tasks performed.  Other associated tasks are likely to be performed from time to time as directed by the line manager.The post is subject to a six months’ probationary period.The CandidateThe successful candidate will be a highly organised, self-motivated individual, able to deal competently and professionally with all administrative requirements.  This is a varied role and will require somebody with a flexible approach, who is used to dealing with and prioritising a diverse workload.We need someone with:Commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our clients and volunteersGood IT skills including competence with Microsoft Office, email and databases, and the ability to use a range of softwareWell-developed communication skills, high standards of written English and a good level of numeracyThorough attention to detailAbility to manage and prioritise own workload, including managing changing priorities and working to deadlinesExperience of overseeing website updatesExperience of other online communication tools such as social media and e-newslettersSelf-motivation and integrity, ability to work with minimal supervisionAbility to maintain confidentialityEnthusiasm and commitment to the Good Neighbours in North Cardiff vision and valuesSafer RecruitmentGood Neighbours in North Cardiff is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our clients and volunteers and expects all employees to share this commitment.  The suitability of all prospective employees will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment. Therefore:a satisfactory DBS Disclosure will be required for this postwe will seek references on shortlisted candidates before interview, and may approach previous employers for information to verify particular experience or qualificationsif the applicant is shortlisted, any relevant issues arising from his or her references or application will be taken up at interviewapplicants should note that providing false information is an offence and could result in the application being rejected, or dismissal if the applicant has been selected, and possible referral to the policeHow to ApplyPlease send your CV and a covering letter detailing why you think you are suitable for this role, making specific reference to the Role and Candidate descriptions above.Your CV and covering letter should be sent to: The ChairBy Email: Post: The Chair C/O Good Neighbours in North Cardiff4 Heol HirLlanishenCardiffCF14 5AEApplications Closing Date: Friday 23 December 2022 at 9amInterview Date: Friday 6 January 2023 (TBA)Unfortunately we are unable to reimburse interview expenditure incurred.Good Neighbours in North Cardiff sincerely thanks all those who apply, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted.Data Protection StatementFor information about how we use your data, please see the Privacy Policy on our website Opportunities and Diversity StatementGood Neighbours in North Cardiff is an equal opportunities employer, values diversity and is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. 


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Volunteer Programme Manager

Amdani Conwy! (Go Conwy!) Volunteer Programme Manager Location: Hybrid working: home and Colwyn Bay officeResponsible to: CVSC/Amdani Steering GroupWorking week: 37 hours per week, fixed term until the end of December 2024 Commencement: January 2023Main Tasks: The Amdani Conwy Volunteer Programme Manager, in liaison with the Amdani Access & Inclusion Officer, is responsible for the creation and development of a new inclusive and engaging cultural events volunteering programme in Conwy. The programme intends to increase the representation of the diverse demographic make-up of our communities, reinvigorating and reinventing volunteering to be more responsive, accessible, inclusive and fun!Application PackApplication Form

Bilingual Transcription Executive (Home based)

Bilingual Transcription Executive (Home based)Salary: £19,965 per annum (pro rata)Location: WalesHours: Full timeContract: PermanentWe are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our busy, friendly team of staff and volunteers at the RNIB Transcription Service in Wales. Our busy team convert all types of original material into audio, braille, large print and other accessible formats in English and Welsh. There is plenty of variety in the role – you could be working with a narrator on a Talking Book, supporting volunteers, making an accessible version of a magazine or mainstream book or producing curriculum materials. You will need to be a fluent Welsh speaker and able to write accurate Welsh.Ideally, we require someone with knowledge of, and experience in, producing accessible formats preferably with some skill in audio, braille or large print. Flexibility, experience of working as part of a small team and managing volunteers are important parts of the role. Full training, as necessary, will be given to the successful candidate.We offer a competitive salary, a stimulating and supportive working environment and a benefits package including:26 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays – pro rata), which increase with serviceExcellent pension schemesRNIB Rewards – Our employee discounts platform gives you access to offers at over 800 in-store and online retailersIn-house training and development opportunitiesFlexible working arrangements – Each new member of staff will be given a laptop to make working flexibly easyWho we areWe’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we’re here for everyone affected by sight loss. Working for us means working for one of the UK’s biggest charities, supporting almost two million people living with sight loss in the UK.For further details and to apply please click the apply button.Closing date for applications: 4th December 2022.RNIB is committed to equality of opportunity and to promoting and celebrating the diversity of its staff and volunteers. We welcome everyone's contribution and are proud of our status as a Disability Confident Leader. We welcome applications from people with sight loss and talented people from all sections of the community who share our values. 

Crisis Response Support Worker

Crisis Response Support Worker Salary: £21,500 rising to £22,000 after 6 months’ probation.Hours: Permanent (Subject to ongoing funding)Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm with unpaid 30-minute break.  Based in Ebbw Vale.Compulsory participation 2nd tier on-call rotaLocation: Blaenau GwentCyfannol’s mission is to empower women and children to flourish in a life free from domestic abuse and sexual violence.We offer a range of services throughout Gwent that encompass prevention, awareness-raising, safety, support and personal development opportunities for women and their children who have experienced violence against women, domestic abuse and/or sexual violence (VAWDASV).About the roleOur cultural vision is one of developing and maximising our people’s potential.  The successful applicant will join our Blaenau Gwent Team working with a diverse group of people that access the service when in crisis resulting from domestic abuse.  Alongside your team, you will provide a pro-active, people-led, holistic, and trauma-informed service to women and men. This role requires you to empower and support women and men, carrying out individual risk assessments, support for a short while and referring on to services for longer term support if needed. Key to this role will be ensuring the safety of everyone you support and working within Cyfannol’s framework to help achieve these aims. About youYou will be resilient and robust with the ability to build trusting relationships with vulnerable people easily. You will have an understanding and an empathetic personality, which will assist your approach when providing practical and emotional support to people via a range of methods. You will enjoy variety and change with the ability to work under pressure and on your own initiative, although supported by a three tiered on-call system. You will be open minded, non-judgemental, enjoy working with different backgrounds/cultures and understand the complexity of VAWDASV. You will have an approach that fosters empowerment and personal growth.  You will understand the challenges of providing critical services to vulnerable people, and ideally have experience within the Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence sector.  What you will receive in returnInvestment in your on-going career development Good work life balance with agile working options Enhanced annual leave provision of 33 days per year (inclusive of bank holidays/pro rata for part time employees)Long service recognition of increased annual leave by 1 day per year after 5 years up until 10 years’ service Birthday gifted off Christmas Eve gifted offEmployee Assistance ProgrammeOrganisational sick pay Business mileage at 45pence per mileContinual support and supervision throughout your employmentInterested?Please send an up-to-date CV to or complete the below Application form:Application form: Closing date: Midday 02/12/2022Cyfannol is an organisation with equality, diversity and inclusion at its heart. We welcome applications from all areas of the community. However, we particularly encourage applications from ethnic minority backgrounds, as well as individuals with disabilities who are currently under-represented within our workforce.Due to the nature of these roles, they are only open to female applicants (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010, pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1).  A disclosure obtained through the Disclosure and Barring Service is required for all posts.Equal Opportunities monitoring formCyfannol Women’s Aid wants to eliminate discrimination and promote equal opportunities and collecting the following information can help us to achieve this. We monitor and analyse diversity information to make sure that our processes are fair, transparent and promote equality of opportunity for all service users, staff, and job applicants. It would therefore be appreciated if you could complete this Equal Opportunities Monitoring form – Completion is voluntary and the information will be kept anonymous and confidential. The information will be collated periodically for monitoring and statistical purposes and reported to the organisations that provide us with funding, and to our Board of Trustees. Any information provided on this form will be treated in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations. 

Welfare Benefits Adviser

Welfare Benefits AdviserSalary:       £23,080 per annum, pro rotaHours:       37 hours per week Location:       To be confirmedThis is an exciting opportunity to join us in our mission to support unpaid carers. We are expanding our welfare benefit service to support carers throughout Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire to maximise their families’ income. The successful candidate will provide information, guidance and support on welfare rights including completing claim forms. This role is a fixed term role until 31st March 2025 and is funded by the Welsh Government Carers Support Fund.   Deadline for applications is 12pm 28th November 2022.  Interviews will be held the week commencing 5th December 2022.  For an informal discussion please telephone: 07971 598994 or email: For an application pack please visit our website:  

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