Current Jobs

  • Support Worker Women's Services Newport

    Ref:SW97
    Women’s Services
    Support Workers
    Location: Newport
    2 posts: 2 x 35 hours (both with flexibility and both part of an on call rota)
    Salary - £20,858 per annum, pro rata

    An exciting opportunity has arisen to join an established support team in Newport, providing one to one support to vulnerable families helping them to build on their strengths and resilience, in partnership with colleagues within Llamau, and other agencies. Ensuring a high quality service for ensuring safety and wellbeing of all service users, developing and reviewing individual support plans in conjunction with service users.

    A full, clean driving license is essential and use of own vehicle.

    Interviews will take place on Monday 25th July 2016.

    Due to the nature of the role, the vacancy is open to women only. (Exempt under The Equality Act 2010)

    Job Description & Person Specification  Application Form   Guidance eNotes

    Please return applications by 12 noon Tuesday 19th July 2016 to careers@llamau.org.uk

    Closing Date: 19 July 2016
  • Support Worker

    Ref: SW96
    Support Worker x3
    Salary: £20,858 per annum
    Newport –Support Worker Temp. to approx.. Jan.17
    Monmouthshire – Support Worker Permanent, & Support Worker Temp. to March 2017

    Hours: 35 per week, 5 days to be worked Monday to Friday 9.30am - 5.00pm with flexibility. Plus on call rota.
    A full, clean driving license is essential. The successful candidate will key-work a caseload of young people, helping them build on their strengths and resilience, in partnership with colleagues within Llamau, and other agencies. Ensuring a high quality service for young people, partners and funders.
     

    Job Description and Person Specification  Application Form  Guidance Notes

    Please return applications by 12 noon Sunday 3rd July 2016 careers@llamau.org.uk

    Closing Date: 03 July 2016
  • Training Development Officer

    Training Development Officer
    Full time – 37 hours
    Driving license and own vehicle
    £27,849.00


    Llamau are looking for an experienced training practitioner who can lead our training team forward, delivering proactive training internally whilst utilising the organisation’s wealth of experience to develop and deliver training to external bodies.


    As well as being able to work towards strategic outcomes, we are looking for someone who is not daunted by working within a fast paced training department, where plans and priorities can change and is flexible and agile enough to adapt. You will need to be approachable and enjoy building professional relationships both internally and externally .

    We would like someone who values the people in their team– someone who has a positive outlook and  enjoys being in work even when deadlines are looming. 

    Job Description & Person Specification Application Form   Guidance Notes

    Please return applications by 12 noon on Monday 18th July to careers@llamau.org.uk

    Interviews will be held on Wednesday 27th July 2016 in Cathedral Road, Cardiff.

    Closing Date: 18 July 2016
    Date of assessment: 18 July 2016
  • Llamau Missing Children De-briefing and Mediation Workers, Dyfed-Powys

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    Ref: SW88
    Llamau Missing Children De-briefing and Mediation Worker, Dyfed-Powys
    1 x Full time 35 hours per week
    Location: Ammanford Police Station
    Salary: £20,858 Per Annum pro rata
    Fixed Term up to 31st March 2018 with the possibility of extension to 31st March 2020

    Want to make a real difference to vulnerable children and young people?

    Thanks to funding from Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner, Llamau are looking to recruit dynamic people with excellent communication skills and experience of multi-agency working for this exciting new project to reduce the frequency of children and young people going missing.

    The successful candidates will be able to demonstrate a commitment and ability to engage, protect and build positive relationships with children and young people. You will be providing targeted one-to-one support, helping children and young people to be safe from harm, stop going missing, reduce risky behaviours and achieve positive outcomes.

    Core hours are Mon to Fri 9.30am-5pm with flexibility to provide some out of hours working, including evenings and weekends.

    You will be required to undertake a DBS check and further vetting via Police systems at Level 2 for this role if successful. (Please note this includes some vetting of family members and financial background).

    A full Driving Licence and use of own vehicle is essential for this role.

    If you would like to apply please fill out the application form found on our website. For and informal chat, please contact Jane Oates on 01633 244 134.

    Llamau are an equal opportunities employer.

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    Ref: SW88
    Gweithwyr Dadfriffio a Chyfryngu Llamau, i blant sydd ar goll, Dyfed-Powys
    Swydd Llawn Amser (35 awr yr wythnos)
    Lleoliadau: Ammanford
    Cyflog: £20,858 y flwyddyn pro rata
    Cyfnod Penodol hyd at 31/03/2018 gyda’r posibiliad o estyniad tan 31/03/2020


    Eisiau gwneud gwahaniaeth i bobl ifanc a menywod sy’n agored i niwed?


    Diolch i gyllid o Gomisiynydd Heddlu a Throseddu Dyfed-Powys, mae Llamau yn edrych i benodi pobl sydd â sgiliau cyfathrebu rhagorol a phrofiad o waith aml-asiantaeth i’r prosiect newydd cyffrous hwn, i leihau nifer y plant a phobl ifanc sy’n mynd ar goll.


    Bydd yr ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus yn ymrwymo i ymgysylltu, amddiffyn ac adeiladu perthnasoedd cadarnhaol gyda plant a phobl ifanc. Byddwch yn darparu cymorth unigol, helpu plant a phobl ifanc i fod yn ddiogel rhag niwed, rhoi'r gorau i fynd ar goll, lleihau ymddygiad peryglus a chyflawni canlyniadau cadarnhaol.


    Oriau craidd yw Llun i Gwener 9:30am-5pm gyda hyblygrwydd i ddarparu rhai oriau y tu allan i oriau gwaith, gan gynnwys nosweithiau a phenwythnosau.


    Bydd gofyn i chi ymgymryd â gwiriad DBS ac archwilio cefndir pellach ar gyfer y rôl hon os ydych yn llwyddiannus. (Sylwch fod hyn yn cynnwys rhywfaint o archwilio cefndir aelodau o'r teulu a chefndir ariannol).

    Mae Trwydded Yrru Lawn a defnydd o gerbyd yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd hon


    Os hoffech wneud cais, llenwch y ffurflen gais sydd ar ein gwefan. Am sgwrs anffurfiol, cysylltwch â Jane Oates ar 01633 244 134.


    Mae Llamau yn gyflogwr cyfle cyfartal.

    Job Description & Person Specification   Application Form   Guidance Notes

    Please return applications by 12 noon 6th Jujy 2016


     

    Closing Date: 06 July 2016
  • Missing Children De-Briefing and Mediation Workers


    Llamau Missing Children De-briefing and Mediation Workers, Dyfed-Powys
    17.5 hours per week
    Location: Pembroke Dock
    Salary: £20,858 Per Annum pro rata
    Fixed Term up to 31st March 2018 with the possibility of extension to 31st March 2020

    Want to make a real difference to vulnerable children and young people?

    Thanks to funding from Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner, Llamau are looking to recruit dynamic people with excellent communication skills and experience of multi-agency working for this exciting new project to reduce the frequency of children and young people going missing.

    The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a commitment and ability to engage, protect and build positive relationships with children and young people. You will be providing targeted one-to-one support, helping children and young people to be safe from harm, stop going missing, reduce risky behaviours and achieve positive outcomes.

    Core hours are Mon to Fri 9.30am-5pm with flexibility to provide some out of hours working, including evenings and weekends.

    You will be required to undertake a DBS check and further vetting via Police systems at Level 2 for this role if successful. (Please note this includes some vetting of family members and financial background). Ability to speak Welsh is essential for at least one of these posts.

    If you would like to apply please fill out the application form found on our website. For and informal chat, please contact Jane Oates on 01633 244 134.

    Llamau are an equal opportunities employer.

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Gweithiwr Dadfriffio a Chyfryngu Llamau, i blant sydd ar goll, Dyfed-Powys
    17.5 awr yr wythnos
    Lleoliadau: Pembroke Dock
    Cyflog: £20,858 y flwyddyn pro rata
    Cyfnod Penodol hyd at 31/03/2018 gyda’r posibiliad o estyniad tan 31/03/2020
    Eisiau gwneud gwahaniaeth i bobl ifanc a menywod sy’n agored i niwed?
    Diolch i gyllid o Gomisiynydd Heddlu a Throseddu Dyfed-Powys, mae Llamau yn edrych i benodi pobl sydd â sgiliau cyfathrebu rhagorol a phrofiad o waith aml-asiantaeth i’r prosiect newydd cyffrous hwn, i leihau nifer y plant a phobl ifanc sy’n mynd ar goll.
    Bydd yr ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus yn ymrwymo i ymgysylltu, amddiffyn ac adeiladu perthnasoedd cadarnhaol gyda plant a phobl ifanc. Byddwch yn darparu cymorth unigol, helpu plant a phobl ifanc i fod yn ddiogel rhag niwed, rhoi'r gorau i fynd ar goll, lleihau ymddygiad peryglus a chyflawni canlyniadau cadarnhaol.
    Oriau craidd yw Llun i Gwener 9:30am-5pm gyda hyblygrwydd i ddarparu rhai oriau y tu allan i oriau gwaith, gan gynnwys nosweithiau a phenwythnosau.
    Bydd gofyn i chi ymgymryd â gwiriad DBS ac archwilio cefndir pellach ar gyfer y rôl hon os ydych yn llwyddiannus. (Sylwch fod hyn yn cynnwys rhywfaint o archwilio cefndir aelodau o'r teulu a chefndir ariannol). Mae'r gallu i siarad Cymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer o leiaf un o'r swyddi hyn.
    Os hoffech wneud cais, llenwch y ffurflen gais sydd ar ein gwefan. Am sgwrs anffurfiol, cysylltwch â Jane Oates ar 01633 244 134.
    Mae Llamau yn gyflogwr cyfle cyfartal.

     

    Job Description & Person Specification              Application Form            Guidance Notes

    Please return applications by 12 noon on Friday 22nd July 2016.
        
     

    Closing Date: 22 July 2016
  • Relief worker

    Relief Worker

    Cardiff, Newport, Caerphilly and Torfaen

    We are always looking for suitable people to join our Relief list to work across our organisation. We are currently looking for people who are able to work in the Merthyr, Caerphilly and the Vale of Glamorgan areas.

    Application form Guidance notes Job Description and Person Specification

    Please email your application form to careers@llamau.org.uk

  • H&S / Facilities Co-ordinator

    Health and Safety and Facilities Co-ordinator

    37 Hours per week
    Salary £24,646.00
    Permanent
    Car and driving license essential


    We are looking for a friendly team player to join our Central Services Team who can work independently in an agile and dynamic way. You will need great communication and people skills to build strong relationships with the Senior Management Team and all our staff across the organisation.


    You will need to provide expert advice and knowledge in order to maintain a positive health and safety culture. You will also need to manage the facilities services throughout all existing and new projects / offices throughout LLamau displaying strong project management/influencing skills.


    Llamau’s offices and projects are spread across South Wales so although your base will be in our Cardiff Head Office, there will be an expectation that you will be visiting projects throughout your working week as required.
     

     Job Description & Person Specification                       Application form               Guidance Notes

    Please return applications by 12 noon Friday 15 July 2016 to careers@llamau.org.uk

    Interviews will be held Tuesday 26th July 2016 at 23 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9HA

     

     

    Closing Date: 15 July 2016
  • Team Leader - Young People's Support Services

    Ref: TL01
    Salary: £24,646
    Hours: 35 per week

    This is a Permanent Role

    Want to make a real difference? Llamau are looking for a Team Leader to oversee our young people’s support services across Newport. The right candidate will have experience in staff management and the ability to work in partnership with all staff to maintain a high quality service that reflects the culture and principles of Llamau. It will be your responsibility to manage and record annual leave; sickness absence; and all training for line managed staff. A key part of the role will be to monitor the service performance of young people’s services in line with project plans & funding requirements, in conjunction with Newport City Council. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check. Llamau are an equal opportunities employer.


    Please return applications by 12 noon Tuesday 5th July 2016


    Job Description & Person Specification
      Application Form    Guidance Notes

     

    Closing Date: 05 July 2016
  • Support Assistant Roles

    Ref: SA04
    Support Assistant
    Salary: £17,645.14 per annum
    Multiple vacancies for full and part time roles across South Wales

    We are currently recruiting for multiple Support Assistants for Young People Services across South Wales' Projects including Torfaen (Part Time), Caerphilly (Full Time & Part time) and Merthyr (Full Time)
     

    We are looking for enthusiastic people to join our team of staff who believe in our young people and will engage and support them to achieve their potential and beyond.


    Hours: Full time rota consists of 2 x night shifts (4.45pm – 9.45am with ‘sleep in’ hours, but available to deal with urgent issues around support and security during the night), and 2 daytime shifts of 7 hours each per week.
    Part time rota consists of 1 x night shift (4.45pm – 9.45am with ‘sleep in’ hours, but available to deal with urgent issues around support and security during the night), and 1 daytime shift of 7 hours each per week.


    Flexibility is required for attendance at e.g. Team Meetings / Full Team Meetings / Support & supervisions etc.


    The Support Assistant role involves ensuring the safe running and maintenance of a project, recording and reporting incidents that arise in accordance with Llamau’s procedures, and working alongside support workers to support the implementation of Individual Support Plans at all times.


    Job Description and Person Specification
       Application Form Guidance Notes


    Please return applications by: 12 noon Friday 1ST July 2016 to careers@llamau.org.uk

    Previous unsuccessful applicants need not apply.

    Closing Date: 01 July 2016
  • Mental Health Specialist and Trainer

    Mental Health Specialist and Trainer

    3 days per week, 22.5hours

    £20,858 per annum pro rata

    Permanent position

    Llamau is looking for a friendly, approachable experienced Mental Health Specialist and Trainer to join the Central Services team.

    You will need to be able to deliver current Mental Health and well-being training internally and externally as well as providing advice and signposting for Llamau staff in regards to their service users' individual support needs.

    The successful candidate will have the ability to be innovative and build on the great work already achieved by Llamau as well as developing fresh ideas for moving the mental health and well-being support function forward.

    Job Description & Person Specification   Application Form   Guidance Notes

    Please return applications by 12 noon on Monday 25th July to careers@llamau.org.uk


     

    Closing Date: 25 July 2016