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ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT MAKING A DIFFERENCE TO THE LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN GWYNEDD? THEN COME AND WORK AT GISDA

See below for current vacancies


Caernarfon

Finance Officer

Finance Officer role includes various financial tasks to assist with the running of GISDA’s
Finance department. The role will facilitate, monitor and assist with day-to-day tasks to
support the Finance Manager and the organisation’s core functions to enable staff to
provide an excellent service for homeless young people in Gwynedd.

Responsible to:

Finance Manager

Salary:

B3 £19,603 - £20,918

Perks:

The pay scale, B3, will rise to £21,373-£22,688 from April 1st

Hours:

Full Time,37 per week , would consider part time hours, job share and/or hybrid working (Permanent)

Closing date:

12:00 PM 20/02/2023

Main Duties

  • To assist and monitor the process of recording and reconciling all of the Company’s
  • income and expenditure.
  • Responsible for distributing and reconciling Petty Cash
  • Update and maintain the Purchase Order System
  • Pay Creditor Invoices
  • Ordering of raised Purchase Orders for online orders
  • Depositing Cash and Cheques
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Raising sales orders
  • Raising sales invoices.
  • Responsible for the administration of the young people grants
  • Running monthly financial reports and distributing to the SMT
  • Any other administration duties as and when required
  • Maintaining good supplier relations and negotiating contracts
  • Maintaining and updating supplier and procurement expenditure information
  • Researching and evaluating prospective suppliers
  • Reviewing, comparing, analysing, and approving products and services to be purchased
  • Maintaining excel spreadsheets accurately for reporting purposes
  • Responsibility for general administration duties pertaining to the role including filing paperwork
  • Data entry and administration of financial information e.g. invoices, credit card payments
  • Assisting in Processing purchase invoices and expenses
  • Checking, and resolving variances and discrepancies
  • Posting expense accruals & prepayments
  • Any other reasonable duties as required with the finance team
  • Raising purchase orders on Sage and issuing these to suppliers
  • Registering Purchase Ledger invoices and liaising with other departments and suppliers regarding invoice discrepancies
  • Reconciliation of statements
  • Prepare ledger reconciliations
  • Maintaining excel spreadsheets accurately for reporting purposes
  • Responsibility for general administration duties pertaining to the role including filing paperwork

Caernarfon

Evening and Sleep In Worker

Evening work and sleeping in duties at GISDA hostels in accordance with a rota schedule as part of our Housing Support service for young people in Gwynedd.

These are casual shifts. The shift starts from 6pm to 12am with a pay rate of £9.57-£10.03 per hour, then sleep-in from 12am-7am with a sleep-in allowance of:

£40 per night during the week (Monday to Friday)

£50 per night at the weekend (Friday to Sunday)

£60 per bank holiday night

Salary:

£9.57-£10.03 per hour for evening shift + sleep in allowance

Hours:

Occasional

Main Duties

  • To build a strong, healthy and friendly relationship with young people giving them the opportunity to engage and express themselves in a formal and informal atmosphere.
  • To create a non-judgmental, safe and welcoming atmosphere which gives young people the opportunity to discuss and express their feelings/concerns.
  • To promote and encourage young people to look after their own well-being and be more independent.
  • To encourage, motivate and believe in young people.
  • Contribute towards the completion of a young person's support plans.
  • Supporting young people to keep their accommodation organized in accordance with the expected standards.
  • Organize and carry out activities with young people in accordance with the support plan e.g. cooking sessions, cycling, building confidence, going for a walk
  • Follow GISDA policies and procedures to ensure the safety and well-being of hostel residents.
  • Respond appropriately and effectively to any incident or emergency contacting an 'on call' service and/or the emergency services as necessary
  • Ensure a clear and concise handover at the end of the shift highlighting any incidents/issues to report and any action taken/needs to be taken
  • Collaborate with members of the Housing Support team as needed
  • Provide a caring and considerate approach
  • Complete necessary training

Blaenau Ffestiniog

Evening and Sleep In Worker

Evening work and sleeping in duties at GISDA hostels in accordance with a rota schedule as part of our Housing Support service for young people in Gwynedd.

These are casual shifts. The shift starts from 6pm to 12am with a pay rate of £9.57-£10.03 per hour, then sleep-in from 12am-7am with a sleep-in allowance of:

£40 per night during the week (Monday to Friday)

£50 per night at the weekend (Friday to Sunday)

£60 per bank holiday night

Salary:

£9.57-£10.03 per hour for evening shift + sleep in allowance

Hours:

Occasional

Main Duties

  • To build a strong, healthy and friendly relationship with young people giving them the opportunity to engage and express themselves in a formal and informal atmosphere.
  • To create a non-judgmental, safe and welcoming atmosphere which gives young people the opportunity to discuss and express their feelings/concerns.
  • To promote and encourage young people to look after their own well-being and be more independent.
  • To encourage, motivate and believe in young people.
  • Contribute towards the completion of a young person's support plans.
  • Supporting young people to keep their accommodation organized in accordance with the expected standards.
  • Organize and carry out activities with young people in accordance with the support plan e.g. cooking sessions, cycling, building confidence, going for a walk
  • Follow GISDA policies and procedures to ensure the safety and well-being of hostel residents.
  • Respond appropriately and effectively to any incident or emergency contacting an 'on call' service and/or the emergency services as necessary
  • Ensure a clear and concise handover at the end of the shift highlighting any incidents/issues to report and any action taken/needs to be taken
  • Collaborate with members of the Housing Support team as needed
  • Provide a caring and considerate approach
  • Complete necessary training

Blaenau Ffestiniog

Young Persons Key Worker

There are 2 positions for this role available.

To support vulnerable young people, including young parents, to live independently.

To offer person-centred support to help vulnerable young people to maintain a tenancy, gain independent living skills, develop positive health and well-being and build resilience

Responsible to:

Housing Support Team Leader

Salary:

B3: £19,603.91 - £20,918.90 (Plus Sleep in and on-call allowance)

Perks:

The pay scale, B3, will rise to £21,373-£22,688 from April 1st

Hours:

37 awr yr wythnos (Permanent)

Closing date:

12:00 PM 20/02/2023

Main Duties

  • To work within a Psychological Informed Framework and in line with GISDA’S therapeutic model.
  • All staff to share an understanding of complex trauma, attachment and personality disorder.
  • To build healthy, trusting relationships with young people, giving them the opportunities to engage both in informal and formal settings.
  • To create a non-institutional, safe and welcoming service that facilitates interaction with young people.
  • To promote self-care and independence in our young people.
  • To encourage, motivate and believe in young people.
  • Acting as a role model and demonstrating appropriate pro-social ways of dealing with problems
  • Establishing positive relationships with young people and always offering them unconditional and positive regard.
  • To enable service users - young people, families and their children to live independently.
  • To develop and implement a support/action plan for all Service Users within the Project.
  • To continuously monitor young people’s success and outcomes and have a clear goal when working with the young person.
  • To recognise and respond to the support and development needs of all Service Users.
  • To contribute towards the support and development needs of Service Users by working in partnership with other agencies.
  • To administer a duty of support for all of the Company’s Service Users.
  • To complete Agored Cymru Workbooks with young people and promote every opportunity to explore education/training and work opportunities.
  • Ensure the hostel is secure and safe during sleep-in shift.
  • As part of sleep-in duties carry out the relevant Health and Safety checks.
  • Meet with Service Users in order to monitor support and development needs as stated in their Action Plan.
  • To ensure that factual records are kept of every contact made with the Service Users in order to prepare reports as necessary, and as evidence of the service provided.
  • To administer a duty of care for each Service User
  • Carry out all duties/responsibilities by adhering to the Wales Care Council Code of Practice.
  • Hold regular meetings with Service Users.
  • Complete Support Journey Questionnaires and track young people’s progress after leaving the service.
  • At times there will be the need to work outside of normal working hours to meet the young people and service needs. Flexibility will be required. This can include evening nights and weekend shifts.

Blaenau Ffestiniog

Young Persons Support Worker

To support vulnerable young people, including young parents, to live independently.

To offer person-centred support to help vulnerable young people to maintain a tenancy, gain independent living skills, develop positive health and well-being and build resilience

Salary:

B2: £18,415-£19,289 (Plus sleep-in allowance)

Perks:

The pay scale, B2, will rise to £20,185-£21,059 from April 1st

Hours:

37 hours per week (permanent)

Closing date:

12:00 PM 20/02/2023

Main Duties

  • To work within the PIE framework, in accordance with the GISDA therapeutic model.
  • Staff to gain an understanding of trauma, attachment and personality disorder.
  • To build a strong, healthy and friendly relationship with young people giving them the opportunity to engage and express themselves in a formal and informal atmosphere.
  • To create a non-institutional, safe and welcoming atmosphere that gives young people the opportunity to discuss and express their feelings/concerns.
  • To promote and encourage young people to look after their own well-being and be more independent.
  • To encourage, motivate and believe in young people.
  • Contribute towards the completion of a young person's support plans.
  • Organize and carry out activities with young people in accordance with the support plan e.g. cooking sessions, cycling, building confidence, going for a walk.
  • Supporting young people to keep their accommodation organized in accordance with the expected standards.
  • Supporting young people to adhere to the terms of their tenancy.
  • Supporting young people to finance effectively.
  • Supporting young people into work, training or education.
  • Supporting young people to make use of the Health and Wellbeing Services.
  • Support young people to accredit their tenancy, finance and cooking skills.
  • Support young people to move on to permanent accommodation.
  • Ensure that effective records are kept of all contact with the service users.
  • Track the young people's progress after they have left the service.
  • Contribute towards running and maintaining the accommodation available to the project's young people.
  • Support Key Workers to develop the service in accordance with the needs of young people.
  • Provide sleep-in support on the hostel rota. To complete Agored Cymru Workbooks with young people and promote every opportunity to explore education/training and work opportunities.
  • Provide on-call support to the Company

Caernarfon

Young Persons Key Worker

To support vulnerable young people, including young parents, to live independently.

To offer person-centred support to help vulnerable young people to maintain a tenancy, gain independent living skills, develop positive health and well-being and build resilience

Responsible to:

Housing Support Team Leader

Salary:

B3: £19,603.91 - £20,918.90 (Plus Sleep in and on-call allowance)

Perks:

The pay scale, B3, will rise to £21,373-£22,688 from April 1st

Hours:

37 awr yr wythnos (Permanent)

Closing date:

12:00 PM 20/02/2023

Main Duties

  • To work within a Psychological Informed Framework and in line with GISDA’S therapeutic model.
  • All staff to share an understanding of complex trauma, attachment and personality disorder.
  • To build healthy, trusting relationships with young people, giving them the opportunities to engage both in informal and formal settings.
  • To create a non-institutional, safe and welcoming service that facilitates interaction with young people.
  • To promote self-care and independence in our young people.
  • To encourage, motivate and believe in young people.
  • Acting as a role model and demonstrating appropriate pro-social ways of dealing with problems
  • Establishing positive relationships with young people and always offering them unconditional and positive regard.
  • To enable service users - young people, families and their children to live independently.
  • To develop and implement a support/action plan for all Service Users within the Project.
  • To continuously monitor young people’s success and outcomes and have a clear goal when working with the young person.
  • To recognise and respond to the support and development needs of all Service Users.
  • To contribute towards the support and development needs of Service Users by working in partnership with other agencies.
  • To administer a duty of support for all of the Company’s Service Users.
  • To complete Agored Cymru Workbooks with young people and promote every opportunity to explore education/training and work opportunities.
  • Ensure the hostel is secure and safe during sleep-in shift.
  • As part of sleep-in duties carry out the relevant Health and Safety checks.
  • Meet with Service Users in order to monitor support and development needs as stated in their Action Plan.
  • To ensure that factual records are kept of every contact made with the Service Users in order to prepare reports as necessary, and as evidence of the service provided.
  • To administer a duty of care for each Service User
  • Carry out all duties/responsibilities by adhering to the Wales Care Council Code of Practice.
  • Hold regular meeting with Service Users.
  • Complete Support Journey Questionnaires and track young people’s progress after leaving the service.
  • At times there will be the need to work outside of normal working hours to meet the young people and service’s needs. Flexibility will be required. This can include evening nights and weekend shifts.