Job title:                   Partnership Coordinator
Contract:                    Permanent

Salary:                        £26,000 per annum
Location:                 Based in West Wales – Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1DW
Benefits:                   Pension contributions: 3% employer; 3% employee
20 days p.a. and statutory bank holidays
This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.

The Mind Our Future Partnership Coordinator will contribute to the delivery of Ceredigion’s Dyfodol Ni Partnership project through the development and engagement of the Partnership and the establishment and maintenance of a Young Person’s Management Committee.

The position will report directly to the Project Director, who is responsible for the overall operations and management responsibility associated with project delivery and will serve as its primary spokesperson.

The Partnership Coordinator will be mainly responsible for engaging the Partnership and Young Person’s Management Committee Members. They will also identify and leverage existing local and countywide stakeholders’ skills, expertise, and assets to benefit young people across Ceredigion, ensuring that their voices are heard and shaping the delivery of partner organisations and the project.

The Partnership Coordinator will manage, assign, and coordinate activities of the project with the Partnership. The Partnership Coordinator will help create an environment of trust and collaboration so that these institutions and stakeholders see the Mind Our Future Project as their own. The Partnership Coordinator will work closely with stakeholders from across the county to develop a young person led delivery plan and implementation. They will be working closely with and be directed, by young people.

If you would like to apply for this position:

Please email to request a full job information pack, you will need to provide the following:

  • An up-to-date CV outlining your employment history, academic and professional qualifications, and contact details
  • A supporting statement (no more than 2 x A4 pages in length) outlining your motivation for applying and demonstrating how you meet the criteria outlined in the Person Specification detailed in the job pack
  • An acceptable Enhanced DBS certificate will be required for this position

The closing date for applications is: 8 July 2022

1st interviews are scheduled for the w/c 11 July 2022

Please state in your application if you have any commitments during the interview period that may coincide with these dates.

If you require any further information or would like to discuss the position, please contact Rachael Eagles  ( to arrange a conversation.

This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.


Job title:                     Counsellor
Contract:                     Variable
Salary:                        £105 per day
Location:                    Based in West Wales/Online

Area 43 is a well-established youth organisation, providing services to children and young people across West Wales.  As part of this provision, we provide counselling services in both schools and private settings to young people.  Area 43 is looking to recruit a counsellor, working peripatetically across the provision providing both face to face and online services, as required.  Candidates will be enthusiastic and passionate and hold a Counselling qualification at diploma or equivalent recognised by the British Association of Counsellors and Physiotherapists (BACP).

The post will be at certain locations within Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire or Online, to be confirmed.

To apply please send a CV and covering letter detailing how you meet the person specification to

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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