Salary is £20,198 per annum; apply by 6 September. Details: RC Vol and Dev JD Vale BIGVIW 2015 – f
Recovery Cymru are currently recruiting and invite applications for the position below, please forward the email to anyone in your network to whom this position might be of interest.
Position available for the post of Volunteer & Programme Development Worker at Recovery Cymru, Barry (Vale of Glamorgan).
- 5 hours per week and you will be required to work some evening and weekends on a rota basis.
- This is a fixed term role starting ASAP following interview (subject to DBS check) for 12 months. Following this date the role will be reviewed and is likely to be extended subject to funding. Recovery Cymru cannot guarantee this, at this time.
- Pay rate: £20, 198 per annum
- Contact Andrew Sims for an application form to be sent to you via email **DUE TO ANNUAL LEAVE DURING THE RECRUTIMENT PERIOD PLEASE CC JO SIMPSON INTO ALL REQUESTS email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org). If this is not followed, we cannot guarantee application forms will be sent during periods of annual leave.
- Contact the Cardiff Recovery centre on 02920 227 019 for an application pack to be sent to you via Post (ask for Andrew Sims or Gareth Joseph)
- Printed copies are available in the Recovery Cymru Centres.
- Please email completed application forms to email@example.com
- Please post printed copies in a sealed envelope addressed to
Recovery Cymru, 218 Cowbridge Road, Canton, Cardiff. CF5 1GX
Or hand deliver to the above address or 232 Holton Road, Barry, CF63 4HS
addressed to Sarah Vaile and marked APPLICATION.
- The closing date for applications is midnight Sunday 6th September 2015. Interviews are likely to take place w/c 7th September 2015
- If you require any further information please contact Sarah Vaile firstname.lastname@example.org / 07773666907
Administrator & Project Support Worker
218 Cowbridge Road East, Canton Cardiff, CF5 1GX
Tel: 029 2022 7019 Mob: 07767 113704 Fax: 029 2023 1500
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