Job Title:     Senior Support Worker

Contract:     Full Time (37 Hrs)

Salary:         £26,780 per annum pro rata

Location:     Based in West Wales, working throughout Ceredigion.

Benefits:       Pension contributions: 3% employer; 5% employee 20 days p.a. and statutory bank holidays pro rata

This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.

Dyfodol Ni is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic youth support staff for its mobile youth café and support service, Feelz on Wheelz. The service will provide a safe space for young people across the county in a fun informal manner. We are seeking applicants who:

  • have previous experience in a supporting role with wide-ranging responsibility.
  • have previous experience working with young people.
  • are caring, sensitive and patient while supporting people to be as independent as possible.
  • are resourceful, resilient, and innovative.
  • have a full UK driver’s licence.

An Enhanced DBS certificate is required for this role.

If you would like further information and instructions as to how to apply, please download the recruitment information pack or telephone Sally Hurman at Area 43 on 01239 614566 to request a copy, or to arrange a conversation with the relevant manager.

Job Information Pack

Application Form

Diversity Monitoring Form

Closing date: 18/02/2024

 

 

Job Title:     Support Worker

Contract:     Part Time (22.2)

Salary:         £24,000 per annum pro rata

Location:     Based in West Wales, working throughout Ceredigion.

Benefits:       Pension contributions: 3% employer; 5% employee 20 days p.a. and statutory bank holidays pro rata

This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.

Dyfodol Ni is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic youth support staff for its mobile youth café and support service, Feelz on Wheelz. The service will provide a safe space for young people across the county in a fun informal manner. We are seeking applicants who:

  • have previous experience in a supporting role.
  • have previous experience working with young people.
  • are caring, sensitive and patient while supporting people to be as independent as possible.
  • are resourceful, resilient, and innovative
  • have a full UK driver’s licence.

An Enhanced DBS certificate is required for this role.

If you would like further information and instructions as to how to apply, please download the recruitment information pack or telephone Sally Hurman at Area 43 on 01239 614566 to request a copy, or to arrange a conversation with the relevant manager.

Job Information Pack

Application Form

Diversity Monitoring Form

Closing date: 18/02/2024

 

 

Job Title: Young Persons’ Counsellor

Contract: Variable

Salary: £113.30 per day

Areas: West Wales (Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire)

North Ceredigion

Powys

Online/Bank

Benefits: Pension contributions: 3% employer; 5% employee 20 days holiday plus bank holidays

Area 43 is looking for Young Persons’ Counsellors to join our team at Area 43. This is an ongoing recruitment and we would encourage interested candidates to apply as soon as possible as interviews may take place prior to the closing date. The posts will be at certain locations within Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire, Powys or online, to be confirmed. Candidates will be enthusiastic and passionate and hold a Counselling qualification at diploma or equivalent, recognised by the British Association of Counsellors and Psychologists (BACP).

If you are interested, please speak with Christie Goymer, Counselling Services Manager, (tel: 01239 920 149) with regard to the job role, the areas/locations to be covered and the days/hours required which are variable depending on your availability and Area 43’s requirements.

Job Information Pack

Application Form

Diversity Monitoring Form

 

Role:                                   Trustee

Contract:                             Voluntary

Location:                             Based in West Wales – Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1DW

Reasonable travel expenses will be covered.

Commitment:                      Four board meetings a year plus ad hoc requirements

Overall purpose of the role:

As the board are responsible and liable for the governance and functioning of the charity, they are accountable in varying degrees to a variety of stakeholders, including: service users, members, funders, the Charity Commission, and Companies House. Close attention must be given to the governing document to ascertain the type of organisational structure and the range of interested parties.

  • To ensure that the charity and its representatives’ function within the legal and regulatory framework of the sector and in line with the organisations’ governing document, continually striving for best practice in governance.
  • To uphold the fiduciary duty invested in the position, undertaking such duties in a way that continually strives for best practice in governance.
  • To determine the overall direction and development of the charity through good governance and clear strategic planning
  • Promote public confidence and trust in the charity.

If you would like to receive an Information Pack for this role with details on how to apply, or for an informal conversation, please contact dropin@area43.co.uk