Jobs

WORKING WITH GISDA HAS NEVER BEEN MORE EXCITING, WITH CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITIES THROUGHOUT NORTH WALES.

Blaenau Ffestiniog

LGBTQ+ Club Assistant - Blaenau Ffestiniog

You will be responsible for setting up and overseeing activities at the Blaenau LHDTQ + Project Youth Club with the help of volunteers.

You will work under the supervision of the Team Leader and provide assistance in ensuring the smooth running of the club. This may include offering 1 to 1 drop-in sessions, as well as club nights.

Responsible to:

LGBTQ+ Team Leader

Salary:

17,526.66- £18,782.77 pro rata

Hours:

7.5 hours a week

Caernarfon

LGBTQ+ Project Support Worker

- Assist the Team Leader to achieve the aims and objectives of the LGBT + project in Gwynedd in accordance with the project business plan.

- Support LGBT + young people who need Gwynedd advice, information and support.

- Assist in providing training and delivering awareness raising sessions in schools, colleges and other organizations

Responsible to:

LGBTQ+ Team Leader

Salary:

 £17,526 - £18,782 pro rata

Hours:

22.5

Caernarfon

Young Parents Key Worker

The purpose of the post is to encourage and support young parents who will receive a service to develop practical and personal skills.

Closing date: 31/1/22 5pm

Responsible to:

Head of services

Salary:

£19,116 - £20,451 (pro rata)

Hours:

15 hours a week

Caernarfon

Human resources administrative coordinator

Contribute instrumentally to making GISDA a better place to work by leading on implementing staff development and well-being issues and being the company's lead administrator of human resources systems

Closing date: 31/1/22 5pm

Responsible to:

Head of Business

Salary:

B3.5 £20,117 - £23,041

Hours:

37 hours a week

Caernarfon

Communications Co-ordinator

GISDA is a charity that supports and provides opportunities for gwynedd's vulnerable and homeless young people for over 35 years. We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person to play a key role in promoting, marketing, monitoring and measuring the impact of GISDA's work, services and brand to raise awareness of what GISDA does and increase support

Closing date: 31/1/22 5pm

Responsible to:

Head of Business

Salary:

B3.5: £20,117 - £23,041

Hours:

37 hours a week

Caernarfon

Therapeutic Personal Advisor (Maternity Cover)

  • Support Care Leavers, including young parents, with the transition from moving on to independent living. Provide a person centered toolkit that will support and make a positive difference to care leavers providing support with Housing, Education and Employment to reach their life aspirations and build resilience
  • Closing date: 31/1/22 5pm

Responsible to:

Senior Personal Advisor

Department:

Leaving Care

Salary:

£19,116 - £20,451

Perks:

Holidays, sick pay, pension, staff wellbeing plan, TOIL/Flexi

Hours:

37 awr yr wythnos (hyblyg)

Main Duties

  • Working alongside the 16+ social services team, where you hold a caseload of care leavers providing one to one support and providing support within the role of a personal adviser. This will include reviewing and updating young people's pathway plans every six months.
  • Act as a personal adviser in accordance with the Well-being Act in 2014

Caernarfon

ICAN Connector

This role is part of the continued roll out of ICAN services across Betsi Cadwaladr’s Health board.

  • This post holder will lead and act as community ICAN Connector. It will form part of GISDA’s ICAN Hub which is already established in Gwynedd.

Closing date: 31/1/22 5pm


Responsible to:

Therapeutic Manager

Department:

Mental Health

Salary:

£21,432 - £24553

Hours:

37 hours a week

Main Duties

  • The post holder will work closely with other partners and projects within the community.
  • Recruit, manage and support ICAN volunteers who work within the areas
  • Provide 1:1 and group support for people of all ages who need low-medium level mental health support in the community

ICAN Aims:

  • Give a voice to people with lived experience
  • Shift focus of Care to prevention and early intervention
  • Empower people to maintain their mental health and well being
  • Encourage open and informed conversations about Mental Health
  • Co-produce a framework to deliver a trauma informed service