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President to the board of Trustees of Amgueddfa Cymru – 22nd September

President to the board of Trustees of amgueddfa cymru - 22nd September

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Senior Policy & Research Officer – 22nd September

Senior Policy & Research Officer - 22nd September

Senior Policy & Research Officer
circa £30,000 p.a.
We’re looking for an outstanding policy professional to help to solve poverty in Wales and make Wales fair, prosperous and sustainable.

You will undertake high-quality analysis and research, develop effective, evidence-based solutions, and influence policy and practice at a national level.

This is an exciting new role principally funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

To find out more and apply please visit our click to visit our website
or type in www.bevanfoundation.org and navigate to the news page.

Closing date: Friday 22nd September 2017 (5 p.m.)
Interview date: Monday 9th October 2017 in Merthyr Tydfil

Please kindly share this rare opportunity around your networks!


Committee Members for Big Lottery Fund Wales – 24th September

Committee Members for Big Lottery Fund Wales - 24th September

Every year The National Lottery helps tens of thousands of people and communities the length and breadth of Wales, by funding work which is important to them.

If you would like to help us do this effectively please read on…

The Big Lottery Fund is responsible for distributing 40% of the money raised for good causes by the National Lottery. We are committed to bringing real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need and have been rolling out grants to health, education, environmental and charitable causes across the UK since 2004.

We are looking to appoint up to five members to our Committee in Wales.

We particularly welcome applications from people living in North and Mid Wales, young people, people from black, Asian, minority ethnic or refugee backgrounds and people with a disability as we are currently underrepresented in these areas.

We’re looking for people that can demonstrate:

  • an understanding and commitment to The Big Lottery Fund’s mission, vision and principles
  • a strong track record of strategic decision making
  • a clear understanding of the issues faced by Welsh Communities and the political context in which we live
  • public speaking, presentation and media handling skills

If you would be interested in obtaining an application form or wanted more infroamtion, please visit our website https://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/about-big/jobs/wales-committee-recruitment

The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight on Sunday 24th September. Application forms received after this date will not be considered.


Big Lottery – Wales Committee Recruitment – 24th September

Big Lottery - Wales Committee Recruitment - 24th September
Wales Committee Recruitment
The Big Lottery Fund, the largest distributor of National Lottery good cause funding, is looking for new members to join our Wales Committee

Every year The National Lottery helps tens of thousands of people and communities the length and breadth of Wales, by funding work which is important to them.

If you would like to help us do this effectively please read on…

The Big Lottery Fund is responsible for distributing 40% of the money raised for good causes by the National Lottery. We are committed to bringing real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need and have been rolling out grants to health, education, environmental and charitable causes across the UK since 2004.

We are looking to appoint up to five members to our Committee in Wales.

We particularly welcome applications from people living in North and Mid Wales, young people, people from black, Asian, minority ethnic or refugee backgrounds and people with a disability as we are currently underrepresented in these areas.

We’re looking for people that can demonstrate:

  • an understanding and commitment to The Big Lottery Fund’s mission, vision and principles
  • a strong track record of strategic decision making
  • a clear understanding of the issues faced by Welsh Communities and the political context in which we live
  • public speaking, presentation and media handling skills

The time commitment is expected to be in the region of up to 2 days per month. The successful applicant will receive an annual fixed payment of £5232. Legitimate expenses incurred on Big Lottery Fund business, including travel and subsistence costs, will be paid in line with our policies.

Click here for further details.

Click here for the application form and here for the equalities monitoring form.

If you experience any difficulty applying or have any questions, then please contact Awel Jones, Corporate Team Leader on 01686 611 707.

The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight on Sunday 24th September. Application forms received after this date will not be considered.

Interviews will be held in Cardiff or Newtown on the 17th and 18th of October and the successful applicants will be required to take up post in February 2018.


Sub Contracted Family Fun Club Play-Worker – 25th September

Sub Contracted Family Fun Club Play-Worker - 25th September

Job Advert – Sub Contracted Family Fun Club Play-worker

Family Friends promotes the welfare of families with children aged 5’s to 11’s

You would be responsible for:

  • Supporting The Activities Organiser with the planning and delivering of age appropriate play activities.
  • Supporting the Activities Organiser with appropriate record keeping
  • Supporting the Activities Organiser in delivering the weekly Family education sessions

English & Maths GCSE is essential and an NVQ 3 in childcare/play-work is desirable or an equivalent.

  • Sessional Sessions throughout the year –term time from 3.30pm school holidays from 1pm, approximately 3 hours per week
  • Salary £8.32 per hour

For an application pack or more information, please phone 01978 366115,

Email:  familyfriends@lineone.net or call in the office at The Salvation Army Premises, Garden Road, Rhosddu, Wrexham LL11 2NU

  • Closing date for applications Monday 25th September 2017 at 3.00pm
  • Interview date TBC.

Family Friends is committed to the equality of opportunity and diversity.

Registered charity no:1160655


Family Mentor – 27th September

Family Mentor - 27th September

Family Mentor

Salary: £6806.80 per annum (£9.35 per hour)

Based in: Chester

Additional Package Info: Healthcare plan, pension, free on-site gym, Perkbox.

Additional information: family-mentor-august-2017

Do you have empathy & compassion for the needs of vulnerable families, with excellent mentoring skills? If the answer is yes then this role may be for you!

The Charity offer a competitive salary, including employee benefits such as a contributory healthcare plan and pension, free on-site gym and employee benefits through Perkbox.

Save the Family have an exciting opportunity for a Family Mentor to join our team in Chester. This is an extremely rewarding role, working with vulnerable families to provide guidance & practical skills in order for families to achieve identified outcomes & reach their potential.

This is a hands on role, where you will make a difference.

Hours of work for this role are Saturday, 8-4pm and Sunday 12-8pm (14 hours per week). Flexibility to vary normal working hours is required for this role. Work on bank holidays may also be required. The salary for this role is £6806.80 per annum. This position is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund until July 2018.

Essential Requirements:

  • A good standard of education (GCSE English and Maths or equivalent)
  • Experience of working within a mentoring environment, ideally in a families setting
  • Experience dealing with ‘at risk’ adults and children on a one to one basis
  • Experience of applying safeguarding procedures and practices
  • Good organisational skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team or as a lone worker
  • Full driving licence.

Desirable Requirements:

  • Safeguarding training
  • Mentoring training
  • Working knowledge of Health and Safety Practice
  • Experience of planning and structuring mentoring activities using own initiative
  • Experience working in a role within a project that is outcome driven
  • Business use on insurance or willing to purchase if appointed
  • Willing to use own vehicle for business purposes.

For more information about the above vacancy, please find the job description (including the person specification) attached to this email.

About Our Charity:
Save the Family is a Charity based in Cheshire. We provide a safe community environment combined with tailored mentoring to homeless and vulnerable families. The help offered includes access to training, employment support and issue led support enabling families to get back on their feet and move forward with confidence.

Save the Family – registered Charity number: 516484

How to apply:

Please send your CV and covering letter, detailing how you meet the essential criteria (as detailed in the person specification) to Abby Haywood (HR) via jobs@savethefamily.uk.com.

Please note, applicants who do not demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria for the role will not be considered for the position. Candidates must also demonstrate both at the application stage and interview that they are able to positively identify with Save the Family’s values.

We would be grateful if all applicants could fill in our equality and diversity monitoring form and return this to jobs@savethefamily.uk.comHereequality-and-diversity-monitoring-form8-7

If you would like an informal conversation about the above role or would like to request an application pack directly, please contact Abby Haywood on 01244 333835 or via email jobs@savethefamily.uk.com.

Think you may know someone who would be suitable for the above role? Please pass on details of this advert.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 27th September.

Safeguarding and equal opportunities:

Save the Family is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment, therefore an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) (previously known as CRB) check is required with this post. The job offer will also be subject to two satisfactory references. References should be from employers, or ex-employers. Family member references are not acceptable. If the role involves working with children, at least one reference from a previous employer where the role involved working with children should be provided.

Save the Family is an equal opportunities employer and will treat all applicants for employment and employees equally regardless of sex, marital status, ethnic origin, race, age, sexual orientation, religion or disability.


Support Worker – 28th September

Support Worker - 28th September
Post: Support Worker – RSIT Wrexham
Reports To: Project Manager
Term: Temporary for 12 months
Based At: Wrexham
Salary: £16, 160 per annum pro rata
Hours of work: Monday – Friday 7.00 – 11.00am (5 x 4 hour shifts)
Closing Date: 28 Sep 2017 12:00PM

Project Description

The project operates across Wrexham working with rough sleepers providing basic humanitarian aid in the community on an outreach basis, with the aim of engaging vulnerable individuals in support services and signposting to relevant support.

Purpose of Role

To coordinate and provide support that enables and empowers Service Users to address housing and/or personal difficulties, build their skills and confidence, and ultimately improve their ability to access and maintain accommodation. The support will not create or increase dependence. It will ‘do with’ rather than ‘do for’. Support will help people improve their control, understanding and involvement in dealing with the issues that affect them, and assist Service Users to achieve their preferred outcomes.

For more information and how to apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/2xjdrTD

 


Fee-paid Legal Members of the Adjudication Panel for Wales – 28th September

Fee-paid Legal Members of the Adjudication Panel for Wales - 28th September

Number of vacancies: two

Fee: £414 a day

Location: Wales

The JAC has been asked to identify two candidates to recommend as Fee-paid Legal Members of the Adjudication Panel for Wales (APW).

The APW is an independent tribunal. Its function is to determine alleged breaches by elected and co-opted members of Welsh county, county borough and community councils and fire and national park authorities, against their authority’s statutory code of conduct.

Although the tribunal is funded by the Welsh Government, the tribunal, its members and decisions are independent of central and local government.

Who can apply

This exercise is open to solicitors and barristers in England and Wales with at least 5 years post qualification legal experience; advocates and solicitors in Scotland of at least 5 years standing; and barristers and solicitors in Northern Ireland of at least 5 years standing.

Candidates must also have knowledge, or be able to demonstrate the ability to quickly acquire knowledge, of the law providing for statutory standards of conduct in local authorities in Wales.

In addition, candidates should be able to offer a reasonable length of service, usually of at least 4 years, before retirement.

About the tribunal

The Code of Conduct for an authority provides its members with a set of standards expected of them in public life. The Code of Conduct covers various requirements as to how members should conduct themselves and includes requirements in relation to equality, personal and prejudicial interests, confidential information, their authority’s resources and the need to avoid bringing their office or authority into disrepute.

The APW has two statutory functions in relation to breaches of the Code of Conduct:

  • to form case or interim case tribunals to consider references from the Public Service Ombudsman for Wales, following the investigation of allegations that a member has failed to comply with their authority’s Code of Conduct
  • to consider appeals from members against the decisions of local authority standards committees that they have breached the Code of Conduct

The APW operates in accordance with its procedural regulations and other associated legislation. The regulations ensure that all cases heard by the APW are treated fairly, consistently, promptly and justly.

At an APW hearing the panel is composed of a legally qualified chairperson and two lay members. The chairperson is responsible for writing decisions, advising of adjournments and setting directions where necessary. They must ensure the correct legal process is followed and that the law is correctly applied in light of the evidence given.

APW hearings will normally be held in public and take place near to the authority area.

About the appointments

The tribunal covers the whole of Wales. Candidates must be able to travel independently throughout Wales and be willing to stay overnight when necessary. Reasonable costs for travel and subsistence will be paid for by the tribunal.

Although it is not possible to offer a guaranteed number of sitting days, candidates should be able to offer at least 10 days a year to tribunal business.

Preparing your application

Throughout the selection process candidates will be assessed against a competency framework specifically tailored to the role of a Fee-paid Legal Member of the Adjudication Panel for Wales. The framework lists the ways in which a person demonstrates the required skills and abilities when working effectively in post.

As part of your application you will be required to provide, in no more than 250 words per competency, specific examples that demonstrate how your experiences make you suitable for the role. Further information on completing the self-assessment and choosing the best examples is on the JAC website. You are advised to start preparing your examples in advance, putting aside sufficient time to develop relevant examples that demonstrate your suitability for the post.

You can also create an online account before you apply. The JAC’s online application system requires all candidates to create an account before applying for judicial office. Your account will include your personal, character and diversity profiles. This information is stored on the system so, if you apply for another position in the future, you only need to update your details making the application process quicker and easier.

Check the JAC website regularly for updates and sign up for alerts to receive email notifications concerning the progress of this exercise up to launch.

 


Trainee Money Adviser – 30th September

Trainee Money Adviser - 30th September

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Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa (Careers Wales) – 2nd October

Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa (Careers Wales) - 2nd October
CCDG meetings, which are held quarterly, will predominantly take place at venues throughout Wales and the expectation is that Board members will engage with their duties on a Pan Wales basis
Board Members of the CCDG are not employees of the company or Welsh Government and currently serve in a voluntary, unpaid capacity.

A Board Member of Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa (Careers Wales) will:

• Play an active role in delivering the CCDG’s remit and ensuring CCDG will achieve maximum impact. This will include sharing their expertise in what works, challenging the status quo and suggesting solutions;

• Ensure compliance with relevant procurement rules, both in relation to the Welsh Government funding of CCDG (as a wholly owned Welsh Government subsidiary and Teckal company) and CCDG expenditure as a contracting authority subject to the procurement rules.

• Attend Board meetings regularly and prepare thoroughly for those meetings;

• Be prepared to serve on sub committees;

• To provide leadership to CCDG management and staff in implementing the Careers Wales Strategic Vision, Changing Lives – A Vision for Careers Wales;

• Actively provide, and balance, both challenge and support to CCDG management and staff in their work;

• Represent CCDG at public functions;

• Promote the profile of CCDG; and

• Facilitate contact with CCDG’s stakeholders.


Home-Start Organiser – 6th October

Home-Start Organiser - 6th October
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Home-Start is a voluntary organisation committed to promoting the welfare of families in Wrexham.

 

Job Title Organiser

Location The Salvation Army Building, Wrexham 

Hours of Work 25 Hours (may increase- subject to funding)

Employer Home-Start County Borough of Wrexham Trustee Board

Responsible to Scheme Manager

Responsible for Supervising Volunteers

Salary NJC   Scale 22-27

We are looking for an Organiser to lead a team of volunteers offering support to families on a regular weekly basis.

Join our committed and enthusiastic team to provide excellent family support to families living in Wrexham.

  • Can you offer empathy and understanding when people are feeling at their most vulnerable?
  • Do you have experience of working with families and their children?
  • Can you motivate change in others and help them sustain those changes?
  • Can you supervise the work of others and maintain high standards of care and support for families?

Volunteers offer regular support and practical help to families under stress in their own homes helping to prevent family crisis and breakdown.

You will carry out assessment visits with families and provide some family support activities.

You will recruit, train and supervise volunteers who visit families in their own homes to help prevent family crisis and breakdown.

You will have a Level 3 in NOS Parenting/Family Support/qualification related to family support or child / family related studies and preferably hold PTLLS/CTLLS/ teaching

To apply: 

Application packs will be available from the scheme at

Salvation Army Building

Garden Road

Rhosddu

Wrexham

LL11 2NU

 

louise.hscbw@gmail.com

01978 366660 

Please contact to arrange

 

Closing Date for application: Friday 6th October 2017 at 12noon

CV’s will not be accepted.

The post will be subject to enhanced DBS and safer recruitment checks.

 


Family Support Worker / Children’s Coordinator – 6th October

Family Support Worker / Children's Coordinator - 6th October

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Home-Start is a voluntary organisation committed to promoting the welfare of families in Wrexham.
Job Title Family Support Worker and Children’s Coordinator
Location The Salvation Army Building, Wrexham
Hours of Work 25 Hours per week
Employer Home-Start County Borough of Wrexham Trustee Board
Responsible to Scheme Manager
Responsible for Supervising Volunteers
We are offering a dual role of Family Support Worker within our home visiting team and Children’s Coordinator in our twice weekly Family Learning Group.

Join our committed and enthusiastic team to provide excellent family support to families living in Wrexham.

  • Can you offer empathy and understanding when people are feeling at their most vulnerable?
  •  Do you have experience of working with families and their children?
  •  Can you motivate change in others and help them sustain those changes?
  •  Can you supervise the work of others and maintain high standards of care and support for families?

 

You will provide a high standard of weekly one-to-one support to families to support change. You will have experience of motivating change and supporting people who are experiencing difficulties in their parenting role.
Our twice weekly Family Learning Group offers a nurturing and supportive environment where parents learn the importance of play and children have access to developmentally appropriate activities. You will plan and lead the children’s activities and provide motivation and support to parents in understanding their children’s developmental and play needs.
You will have a Level 3 in NOS Parenting/Family Support/qualification related to family support or child / family related studies and preferably hold a parenting programme facilitator qualification
A flexible positive attitude to change and the ability to drive are essential.

To apply:
Application packs will be available from the scheme:

Salvation Army Building
Garden Road
Rhosddu
Wrexham
LL11 2NU
louise.hscbw@gmail.com
01978 366660
Please contact to arrange
Closing Date for application: Friday 6th October 2017 at 12noon
CV’s will not be accepted.
The post will be subject to enhanced DBS and safer


Member – Health Education and Improvement Wales – 13th October

Member - Health Education and Improvement Wales - 13th October
Health Education and Improvement Wales
HEIW is a national organisation, with an all-Wales remit. The six successful candidates will be required to travel to all parts of Wales, although a significant number of meetings and Board related events will be held at the headquarters. Some overnight stays will be required.
£9,360 per annum
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Welsh essential
Closing Date 13th October

This is a great opportunity to use your skills and experience to help create a strategic approach to developing the Welsh health workforce now and for the future, building a truly multidisciplinary approach to our health service.

The Board will be responsible for ensuring that HEIW’s strategic direction is focused on the well-being goals for Wales, and so should be able to evidence the principles collectively and individually. The Board is also expected to adhere to the Nolan seven principles of public life.

Role and responsibilities

In conjunction with the Chair and Senior Executive Team, the Independent Members of the Board will be responsible for:

• establishing and taking forward the strategic aims and objectives of HEIW consistent with its overall purpose and within the policy and resources framework determined by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport;

• ensuring that the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport is kept informed of any changes that are likely to impact on the strategic direction of HEIW or on the attainability of its targets, and of steps needed to deal with such changes;

• ensuring compliance with any statutory or administrative requirements in respect of the use of public funds; that it operates within the limits of its statutory authority and any delegated authority agreed with Welsh Government, and in accordance with any other conditions relating to the use of public funds; and that, in reaching decisions, it takes into account guidance issued by the Welsh Government;

• ensuring that it receives, reviews and scrutinises regularly, the effectiveness and efficiency of the financial information and quality of delivery of HEIW; that it is informed in a timely manner about any concerns as to the activities of HEIW; and that, where applicable, it provides positive assurance to the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport via the Health and Social Services Group that appropriate remedial action has been taken to address any such concerns;

• demonstrating high standards of corporate governance at all times, including by using appropriate Committees to help the Board to receive assurance and address key financial and other risks;

• ensuring a positive culture and promote the values and standards of conduct for the organisation and staff;

• appointing the subsequent Chief Executive officer to the organisation; and

• appointing the Executive Members to the Board.


Members – Health Education and Improvement Wales – 13th October

Members - Health Education and Improvement Wales - 13th October
Health Education and Improvement Wales
HEIW is a national organisation, with an all-Wales remit. The six successful candidates will be required to travel to all parts of Wales, although a significant number of meetings and Board related events will be held at the headquarters. Some overnight stays will be required.
£9,360 per annum
4
month
Welsh desirable
Closing date 13th October

This is a great opportunity to use your skills and experience to help create a strategic approach to developing the Welsh health workforce now and for the future, building a truly multidisciplinary approach to our health service.

The Board will be responsible for ensuring that HEIW’s strategic direction is focused on the well-being goals for Wales, and so should be able to evidence the principles collectively and individually. The Board is also expected to adhere to the Nolan seven principles of public life.

Role and responsibilities

In conjunction with the Chair and Senior Executive Team, the Independent Members of the Board will be responsible for:

• establishing and taking forward the strategic aims and objectives of HEIW consistent with its overall purpose and within the policy and resources framework determined by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport;

• ensuring that the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport is kept informed of any changes that are likely to impact on the strategic direction of HEIW or on the attainability of its targets, and of steps needed to deal with such changes;

• ensuring compliance with any statutory or administrative requirements in respect of the use of public funds; that it operates within the limits of its statutory authority and any delegated authority agreed with Welsh Government, and in accordance with any other conditions relating to the use of public funds; and that, in reaching decisions, it takes into account guidance issued by the Welsh Government;

• ensuring that it receives, reviews and scrutinises regularly, the effectiveness and efficiency of the financial information and quality of delivery of HEIW; that it is informed in a timely manner about any concerns as to the activities of HEIW; and that, where applicable, it provides positive assurance to the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport via the Health and Social Services Group that appropriate remedial action has been taken to address any such concerns;

• demonstrating high standards of corporate governance at all times, including by using appropriate Committees to help the Board to receive assurance and address key financial and other risks;

• ensuring a positive culture and promote the values and standards of conduct for the organisation and staff;

• appointing the subsequent Chief Executive officer to the organisation; and

• appointing the Executive Members to the Board.


Sessional Workers – Ongoing

Sessional Workers - Ongoing

WCD Young Carers Vacancy

JOB TITLE:              YOUNG CARERS SESSIONAL WORKER

MAIN PURPOSE AND SCOPE:

To work with groups of Young Carers to provide activities and opportunities to enable them to enjoy social interaction, to feel supported and less isolated.

 

POSITION IN ORGANISATION:

Reports to: Service Manager

Responsible for: The Sessional Worker post has no people management responsibility

Budget responsibilities: The sessional worker post has no budgetary responsibility.

 

DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To support the planning, delivery and development of group sessions and activities
  • To assist with the transportation of Young Carers to enable them to access groups and activities
  • To positively advocate on behalf of Young Carers living in the community.
  • To develop positive relationships with young people by listening to, befriending, enabling, empowering and supporting them as required.

To work effectively as part of the Young Carers Service team.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain and return timesheets, records of expenditure and travel costs.
  • Understand and adhere to WCD’s core policies
  • Ensure confidentiality at all times.
  • Attend identified training.

This position is subject to an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check.

 


Casual Young Carers Groups/Activity Assistants – ongoing

Casual Young Carers Groups/Activity Assistants - ongoing

POST:  Sessional Worker – Young Carer/Young Adult Carer Activities and/or Groups

SALARY: £8.25 per hour

REPORTING TO:  Outreach Worker/Team Leader

BASE: Powys

Aims of the Post 

  • To work with groups of Young Carers to provide activities and opportunities to enable them to enjoy social interaction, to feel supported and less isolated.

Key Tasks

  • To support activities and group meetings as requested.
  • To work effectively as part of the Young Carers Service team.
  • To positively advocate on behalf of Young Carers living in the community.
  • To maintain and return timesheets, records of expenditure and travel costs.
  • To ensure confidentiality at all times.

This post requires an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with Barring Checks

 PERSON SPECIFICATION 

Essential Requirements

  • Qualification and/or experience working with young people in a group/play setting.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with Colleagues and Young Carers.
  • A commitment to putting equal opportunities into practice.
  • Willingness to be flexible.
  • Able to uphold the ethic of confidentiality throughout the organisation.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Understanding and knowledge of Child Protection Procedures.

Desirable requirements

  • Ability to communicate in Welsh
  • Knowledge and understanding of issues facing Young Carers
  • Computer Literate
  • Clean driving license and willingness to transport Young Carers


Trustees Recruitment for NEW Dance – Ongoing

Trustees Recruitment for NEW Dance - Ongoing

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PA Finder – Ongoing

Flintshire Personal Assistant Finder - ongoing

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