Trustees needed at C3SC
Do you have a passion for the Third Sector in Cardiff? Do you have an interest in supporting communities? Do you want to ‘give something back’ to your local community?
C3SC is the infrastructure organisation for the Third Sector in Cardiff. Our mission is to champion and strengthen local Third Sector organisations – charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises – and to achieve our vision of a strong, diverse and vibrant Third Sector in Cardiff.
We currently have vacancies on the Board of Trustees, and members of C3SC are welcome to apply. We are particularly looking for people with a strong financial background. The role is voluntary (we pay out-of-pocket expenses) and will require attendance at four Board meetings and four sub-group meetings a year, plus training opportunities will be available.
C3SC aims to challenge discrimination and promote equality and diversity. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
We're looking for a third sector representative to sit on the Early Intervention and Prevention Steering Group (under Families and Young People Programme Board).
We believe that equality for all is a basic human right and actively oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. We celebrate the diversity of society and are striving to promote and reflect that diversity within our organisation.
There is a fee of £35 for non-member groups and organisations to advertise on this Vacancies page.
Please see below for changes to advertising volunteering opportunities.
Property Services Manager - Care & Repair Home Improvement Services Ltd
Location – Cardiff
37½ hours per week
Salary: £33,126 - £34,870
Care & Repair Home Improvement Services Ltd is a new business that has been set to provide a range of high quality building works to support the work of Care & Repair Cardiff and the Vale and help the charity to achieve its vision. They are seeking to recruit a Property Services Manager to lead the establishment and growth of the business, through ensuring a consistent service, improving market position and achieving financial growth.
Closing date for applications is Friday, 24th February 2017 at 4.30pm. Interviews will be held on Wednesday, 8th March 2017.
Support Assistant x 1 and Support Worker x 2 - Llamau
Support Assistant - Risca (1 day & 1 night per week - Fixed Term January 2018)
Support Worker - Merthyr (35 hour per week - Fixed Term March 2018)
Support Worker - Monmouthshire (35 hours per week - June 2018)
Please visit http://www.llamau.org.uk/current-jobs/ for more information on any role and how to apply.
Closing date: 27 February 2017.
4 x People Development Partners - Chwarae Teg
£29,316 per annum
All roles are offered on fixed term contracts until 31 March 2018.
Secondment applications are also welcome.
4 x Covering South Wales – Office base either Treforest, Cardiff or Llanelli
Find out more at https://www.cteg.org.uk/about-us/chwarae-teg-careers/
Closing date: midday on Thursday 2 March 2017. First stage interviews: Week commencing 13th March. Second stage interviews: Week commencing 20th March.
Children & Young Persons Outreach Worker - Llamau
Hours and contract: 35 hours per week; Fixed Term March 2019
To find out more, please visit http://www.llamau.org.uk/current-jobs/
Closing date: 6 March 2017
Volunteer Co-ordinator - Cardiff & Vale Credit Union
Salary: £17,500 per annum
37 hours per week (part time job share applications considered)
Fixed term contract to March 2018
This role is an exciting opportunity to work with volunteers and local stakeholders to grow and develop our credit union and improve the financial wellbeing of people in Cardiff.
The role of Volunteer Co-ordinator will add further strength to our passionate and committed team, and will be responsible for ensuring the successful growth, support and development of our volunteers. The principle duties include the recruitment and management of volunteers providing local services in our neighbourhood hubs and school savings clubs across Cardiff.
The successful candidate will have experience of volunteering and customer services, and preferably of managing or supervising volunteers. We are looking for someone with great communication skills and the ability to attract and retain volunteers to provide a rewarding service to our members. The ability to work to deadlines and targets on your own initiative is essential.
Closing date: 13th March 2017. Interview date: 16th March 2017.
Relief Support Workers, Cardiff and Swansea - The Wallich
The Wallich is a Wales-based charity working with homeless and vulnerably housed people to find the support which will help them to live safer, happier and more independent lives.
Hourly rate: £7.25
To provide cover as and when required.
Visit www.thewallich.com for an application pack.
Relief Workers - BAWSO
Bawso is an All Wales voluntary organisation providing specialist services to black and minority ethnic (BME) women, men and children made homeless through a threat of domestic violence or fleeing domestic violence. Bawso’s work extends to providing support to BME women confronted with forced marriage, threatened honour killing, Female Genital Mutilation, prostitution and human trafficking.
Casual hours: Providing essential temporary cover on a casual basis.
Relief Workers needed in all areas across Wales including: Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Wrexham, Merthyr Tydfil, Caerphilly and Torfaen
Pay: £8 per hour
Exemption sought under Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, and Part 1. Women only need apply. Successful candidates will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check. Please note that we do not accept CVs alone and application form will need to be completed.
Closing date: ongoing.
Relief Project Worker - Llamau (REL05)
Location: In particular, Newport, Maesteg, Caerphilly and Risca areas
Salary: £7.53 per hour with a £30.12 sleep-over allowance for the sleep-in
Closing date: ongoing
Visit www.llamau.org.uk for an application form.
From 1 April 2016, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC) took over the running of the Cardiff Volunteer Centre. Please be advised that the way we advertise volunteer vacancies has therefore changed.
If you are a member of C3SC, please visit www.volunteering-wales.net/organisations/ to register with Volunteering Wales to advertise your organisation’s volunteering opportunities.
There is a short video that talks you through the process of registering.
If you are already registered with Volunteering Wales and have forgotten your login, then click on the ‘forgotten password’ option and you will be able to re-set your password.
If you need support with this, please call us on (029) 2048 5722.
We are delighted to continue supporting volunteering for our members.
Trustees - SVC
SVC is an independent charity, originally set-up in 1971 by students studying at Cardiff University. The aim of the charity is to support disadvantaged members of Cardiff and the surrounding areas, this includes children and adults with disabilities, homeless people, older people, adults with mental health conditions and initiatives to make Cardiff a safer City. More information about our charitable work can be found at www.svcardiff.org.
SVC is looking for new applicants to join our Board of Trustees for the academic year of 2017-18.
If you would like to know more about the roles available, there is also a 'Getting on Board' event on Thursday 2nd March, from 6:30pm, in the SVC office. This will be an informal drop-in where you can meet current SVC Trustees to find out more about their roles, or chat to the SVC Manager about SVC’s future plans. Don’t worry though; you’re not signing up to the Board by attending. It’s just a chance to find out more
Applications close on 13/3/17 at 9am.
The City of Cardiff council is seeking members to join the independent education appeals panel
The City of Cardiff Council is looking to appoint members of the public and teachers to its Independent Education Appeal Panel which adjudicates on appeals by parents against decisions made by the Local Education Authority. The appeals relate to both admissions to schools and exclusion from schools.
All community schools within the City of Cardiff are served by the Independent Education Appeal Panel.
Panels are made up of lay and non-lay members.
Lay members should have no previous teaching experience nor have been involved in the management of a school. However, experience as a School Governor or helping a school in a voluntary capacity would not exclude you from this category.
Non-Lay members would have experience in education, be acquainted with the educational conditions in the area of The City of Cardiff, or be a parent of a pupil registered at another school.
Education Appeal Panel members do not receive payment for sitting on the Panel although travel expenses are reimbursed and refreshments are provided.
Hearings take place between the hours of 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Appeal Panels sit all year round although the majority of appeals are heard between May and July.
Full training is provided for new Appeal Panel Members and a Clerk is always available to give legal and procedural advice.
If you are interested in becoming a Panel Member, please contact School Appeals on 029 2087 2474 for an application form or alternatively write to the address below.
Appointments of Chairs to NHS Wales Health Boards and Trusts
- Chair - Cwm Taf University Health Board
- Chair - Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
- Chair - Public Health Wales NHS Trust
Find out more at www.wales.gov.uk/publicappointments
Closing date: 9 March 2017.
Commissioner - Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
Find out more at www.wales.gov.uk/publicappointments
For further information regarding the role of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales and the role of Commissioners, please contact:
Closing date: 18 April 2017.
Members - Community Health Councils
Do you have an interest in your local NHS? Do you want to improve local health services in your area? Do you have 3-5 days free per month to become a volunteer?
If you answered YES to the above questions, then become a volunteer of the Community Health Councils (CHC) in Wales.
We are looking for people from all walks of life, of all ages. We ensure no eligible candidate receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of: age, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or religious affiliation.
The most important requirement is a genuine interest in improving health services for your community. Some key skills which would be useful include: an interest in local health issues, being able to work in a team and with a diverse range of people plus good communication skills.
What are CHCs?
CHCs represent the independent voice of patients and the public who use the health service in Wales. They play an important role in influencing the way services are planned and delivered, to ensure the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes for all people in Wales.
What do CHC members do?
CHC members are local volunteers who act as the eyes and ears of patients and the public, visiting hospitals, listening to patient concerns and working with the health service to improve the quality of patient care.
Successful candidates will be given training and support to enable them to carry out their role and any ‘out of pocket’ expenses such as travel will be reimbursed.
A large print, Braille or audio version of this advert can be obtained by request from 029 2082 5454.
Did you know?
You will also find details of other third sector jobs in the Cardiff area on the following websites:
Have you thought about volunteering? There are hundreds of opportunities available for you to develop your experience and contribute to the valuable work that many third sector organisations do, across Cardiff and beyond. You will find a huge variety of opportunities on Volunteering Wales's website at http://www.volunteering-wales.net/