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Advocacy Support Cymru (ASC)

Community Mental Health Advocate
£22,127 to £24,360 based on a 37 hour week
This role is based in Cardiff
You must be able to drive and have access to a car during the working week.
Closing Date: - 5pm, Wednesday 21 August 2019

The post holder will provide a Community Advocacy service to people in the area who are receiving services from Community Mental Health Teams, Tier 2 services or above, or who qualify for a fast track assessment under Part 3 of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010.

You will have significant experience working with vulnerable adults and/or children, either within health or social care setting, or indirectly, for example as a carer. You will understand and have experience of working effectively in an intra-agency context with Health and Social Care Professionals. Previous direct experience in the role would be preferred but training will be provided.

Application packs and further details can be download by visiting


Volunteering Officer
£20,138 - £21,074 per annum (pro rata): NJC SCP 22 (37 Hours per week)
Closing date: 12 pm, Monday 19 August 2019
Interview dates: September 2019

C3SC is seeking to appoint a proactive, organised and motivated person with a commitment to excellent customer service to the role of Volunteering Officer. This role will focus on supporting people into volunteering in Cardiff, and will involve fostering relationships and linking with local charities, voluntary organisations, public services, people and community groups to deliver a programme of activities that promote and support volunteering, social action and good practice.

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For further details, contact Ebed Akotia, T: 029 2048 5722 or E: [email protected]

Carers Trust South East Wales

Volunteer Board Members

The CTSEW is  looking for committed, motivated and highly skilled people to join their board of trustees the 
closing date is: 16/08/19, provisional interview dates: week beginning the 02/09/19. To find out more and apply visit

Cruse Bereavement Care, Morgannwg

Area Administrator
£17,333 (per annum, pro rata)
Hours: Part-time – 28 hours per week, days required Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Location: Swansea office covering Cruse Morgannwg (Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend)

Closing date: Friday 16 August 2019

Interviews commence Friday 30 August 2019

The main focus of the role is to ensure that the first contact with Cruse Morgannwg for potential clients and members of the public is a positive one, and that responsibility is taken for the assessment of need. | Read more |

Application packs can be downloaded by visiting or by emailing: [email protected]

Application forms to be sent to: Maria Ennis, Cruse Bereavement Care, Unit 0.1, One Victoria Villas, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 2GW or E: [email protected]

Link-Up Care

Personal Assistant (working with adults with disabilities)

£8.50 - £9 per hour plus incentives.
Hours of work: 30 hours minimum (including evenings and weekends)
Location: The Llynfi Enterprise Centre, Maesteg    
Accountable to: Care Manager
Closing date: 1 September 2019 

The aim of the post is to customers and their families in providing a service based on ‘Person Centred Planning’. The Peraonal Assistant  will support and train the customer’s in considering and making informed decisions and taking responsibility for themselves (wherever possible); support customers to participate inclusively in agreed activity; facilitate the development of a range of mutual and supportive friendships between customers and their peers; support systems with the Development Manager for effective monitoring and evaluation of work and providing respite care, evenings, weekends and nights.

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For an application form, contact Steve or Mike, T: 01656 812796 or E: [email protected]

Shelter Cymru

Rough Sleeper Housing Advisers
21 hours per week (Wrexham) POST NO: SC501
17.5 hours per week (Swansea) POST NO: SC502
£24,000 per annum (pro rata)
Closing date: 10am, 2 September 2019

The post holders will provide specialist housing advice, advocacy and support to people sleeping rough on the streets of Swansea and Wrexham.  Working closely with other existing services, you will provide relevant assistance as necessary, in order to achieve positive housing outcomes for people sleeping rough in those areas.
To apply, visit or T: 01792 469400.

Cynghorwyr Tai I Bobl Sy'n Cysgu Allan
21 awr yr wythnos (Wrecsam) RHIF Y SWYDD: SC501
17.5 awr y wythnos (Abertawe) RHIF Y SWYDD: SC502
£24,000 y flwyddyn (pro rata)
Dyddiad cau: 10am, 2 Medi 2019

Bydd deiliaid y swydd yn darparu cyngor tai arbenigol, eiriolaeth a chymorth i bobl sy'n cysgu allan ar strydoedd Abertawe a Wrecsam. Gan weithio'n agos â gwasanaethau presennol eraill, byddwch yn darparu cymorth perthnasol yn ôl yr angen, er mwyn sicrhau canlyniadau tai cadarnhaol i bobl sy'n cysgu allan yn yr ardaloedd hynny. I wneud cais, ewch i’n gwefan yn neu ffoniwch 01792 469400.

Shelter Cymru

Advice Online Assistant Editor
£23,230 per annum (pro rata)
21 hours per week
Flexible office location
Closing date: 5 September 2019

Working alongside other key members of the team, the postholder will be responsible for the development of Shelter Cymru’s Advice Online information resource for young people who are seeking housing advice in Wales. To apply, visit or T: 01792 469400.

Golygydd Cynorthwyol Cyngor Ar-lein
£23,230 y flwyddyn (pro rata)
21 awr yr wythnos
Lleoliad swyddfa hyblyg
Dyddiad cau: 5 Medi 2019

Gan weithio ochr yn ochr ag aelodau allweddol eraill o’r tîm, bydd deiliad y swydd yn gyfrifol am ddatblygu adnodd gwybodaeth Cyngor Ar-lein Shelter Cymru ar gyfer pobl ifanc sy’n chwilio am gyngor ar dai yng Nghymru. I wneud cais, ewch i’n gwefan yn neu ffoniwch 01792 469400.

Shelter Cymru

Web Developer (Advice Online)
£23,230 per annum (pro rata)
28 hours per week
Swansea office
Closing date: 5 September 2019

The postholder will work closely with the Advice Online Editor to oversee the technical maintenance and development of Shelter Cymru’s Advice Online information resource and to contribute to its ongoing evaluation.  You will play a key role in devising and developing further ways to make Advice Online content more relevant and accessible. To apply, visit or T: 01792 469400.

Datblygwr Gwefannau (Cyngor Ar-lein)
£23,230 per annum (pro rata)
£23,230 per annum (pro rata)
Swyddfa AbertaweDyddiad cau: 5 Medi 2019

Bydd deiliad y swydd yn gweithio’n agos gyda’r Golygydd Cyngor Ar-lein i oruchwylio gwaith cynnal a chadw technegol a datblygiad adnodd gwybodaeth Cyngor Ar-lein Shelter Cymru a chyfrannu at y gwaith o’i adolygu’n barhaus. Bydd gennych rôl allweddol wrth lunio a datblygu ffyrdd pellach o wneud cynnwys Cyngor Ar-lein yn fwy perthnasol a hygyrch. I wneud cais, ewch i’n gwefan yn neu ffoniwch 01792 469400.

Shelter Cymru

Young Persons Positive Pathways Officer (Shelter Cymru Live)
£23,230 per annum
35 hours per week
Swansea office
Closing date: 5 September 2019

The post holder will support young people on their journey to economic independence and success by creating effective pathways to local providers.  You will develop and maintain links with organisations across Wales and work with them to ensure that young people get the accommodation and support required to prevent homelessness wherever possible. To apply, visit or T: 01792 469400.

Swyddog Llwybrau Cadarnhaol Pobl Ifanc (Shelter Cymru Byw)
£23,230 y flwyddyn
35 awr yr wythnos
Swyddfa Abertawe
Dyddiad Cau: 5 Medi 2019

Bydd deiliad y swydd yn cefnogi pobl ifanc ar eu taith i annibynniaeth economaidd a llwyddiant drwy greu llwybrau effeithiol i ddarparwyr lleol. Byddwch yn datblygu a chynnal cysylltiadau â sefydliadau ledled Cymru ac yn gweithio gyda nhw i sicrhau bod pobl ifanc yn cael y llety a’r cymorth angenrheidiol i atal digartrefedd lle bo’n bosibl. I wneud cais, ewch i’n gwefan yn neu ffoniwch 01792 469400.

Opportunities to help create the Valleys Regional Park

The Valleys Regional Park (VRP) aims to change the perceptions of the South Wales Valleys by using the exceptional landscape to maximise the social, economic and environmental potential – and safeguard this for future generations. The proposals for the VRP were developed by the people of the Valleys, such as voluntary, community and public sector organisations, including local authorities and Natural Resources Wales. The proposals are presented in the VRP prospectus, which can be found here

The VRP approach will build on the existing partnerships and involve engagement with people and organisations from across the Valleys.

They are currently recruiting for the roles that will assist with the delivery of the VRP, with four opportunities advertised to work in the support team.

The posts will be hosted by Bridgend County Borough Council and initially be filled on secondment for 18 months, to the end of March 2021. The posts will operate on a flexible working basis, with options for homeworking and hot-desking at locations across the Valleys. 

Closing date – 21 August 2019.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the creation of the VRP and to help to develop new ways of working by engaging with communities and a wide range of stakeholders. The roles provide the opportunity to influence the development of Welsh Government policy and use creative ways to deliver activities that will tangibly benefit Valleys communities.

The advertised roles reflect the VRP’s core themes: Landscape, Culture and Identity; Recreation and Wellbeing and Communities and Enterprise. They are looking to develop a team with a broad range of experience and skills from organisations across all sectors. This balance is vital in order to challenge the way they currently work, and ensure they grasp the opportunity for the VRP to be a truly collaborative and forward focussed initiative.

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Contact Phil Lewis, VRP lead, if you have any questions in relation to the VRP or the advertised posts, E: [email protected]

Voluntary Action Merthyr Tydfil

Tackling Loneliness and Isolation Development Officer
£23,398 - £28,485 per annum
37 hours per week

The post is funded by the Integrated Care Fund until 31 March 2021.
The closing date for applications is 22 August.
The interviews will be held on 10 September.

You will work collaboratively with communities, third sector and statutory organisations to tackle loneliness and isolation in Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf. You will have direct experience of working with communities and supporting community led initiatives.

For further details and an application pack please visit VAMT Jobs or contact Laura Johnson at VAMT on 01685 353900.

Gweithredu Gwirfoddol Merthyr Tudfil

Swyddog Datblygu - Taclo Unigrwydd Ac Arwahanrwydd
£23,398 - £28,485 y flwyddyn
37 awr yr wythnos

Bydd y swydd yn cael ei hariannu gan y Gronfa Gofal Integredig tan 31 Mawrth 2021.
Y dyddiad cau ar gyfer ceisiadau ydy 22 Awst.
Bydd y cyfweliadau’n cael eu cynnal ar 10 Medi.

Byddwch yn cydweithio â chymunedau, y trydydd sector a sefydliadau statudol i fynd i’r afael ag unigrwydd ac arwahanrwydd ym Merthyr Tudful a Rhondda Cynon Taf. Bydd gennych brofiad uniongyrchol o weithio gyda chymunedau ac o gefnogi mentrau sy’n cael eu harwain gan y gymuned.

Os hoffech ragor o fanylion a phecyn cais, ewch i’r dudalen GGMT Swyddi, neu cysylltwch â Laura Johnson yn VAMT ar 01685 353900.

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