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Role Description:

The role is to provide direct support to people referred to the Welsh Gender Service for an initial assessment.  The service has been commissioned by Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and is primarily to ensure support is available to people whilst on the waiting list.

The Peer Support Worker will be a point of contact and provide ongoing emotional and practical support as well as providing an ongoing offer of further support from the wider support team at Umbrella Cymru and the Welsh Gender Service.

The Peer Support Worker will have lived experience of gender diversity and transition processes and will be able to explain the pathway to those at the beginning of their journey.

All training will be provided to explain the specific processes as well as essential training such as safeguarding and internal processes.

The Peer Support Worker will be expected to provide support over the phone / video call from on of the Umbrella Cymru office locations.

Hours: 2 x 18.75 hours per week (2.5 days)

Salary: 19500 Pro rata

Location: St David's Hospital, Cardiff and Connect Gwent, Blackwood.

Additional Information:

The successful candidates will be expected to undergo induction training as a block for two weeks full time.

Application Deadline: Applications must be submitted by 11.59pm on Sunday 6 October 2019.

Interviews: Interviews will be held on Monday 14 October 2019.  Successful candidates will be notified of an invitation to interview on Tuesday 8 October 2019.

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Role Description:

The role is to support young people who've been affected by crime across Gwent.  The service has been commissioned by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, and will run until the end of the financial year 19-20.

You will be travelling to support young people across the 5 Local Authority areas of Gwent, woking directly with young people on a variety of aspects of their lives.  You will work in schools, at young people's homes or in other community based locations such as libraries, youth clubs etc.

The successful applicant will need to be computer literate and have experience of support work or working with young people.  Knowledge and experience of the criminal justice system will be advantageous to the role, but not essential as training will be provided.

To read the role and person criteria, please click the link below.  It is vital you read this prior to completing the application form.

Hours: 40 hours per week, flexible working.  Job share will be considered.

Salary: £22K

Location: Blackwood Police Station

Application Deadline: Applications must be submitted by 11.59pm on Sunday 6 October 2019.

Interviews: Interviews will be held on Monday 14 October 2019.  Successful candidates will be notified of an invitation to interview on Tuesday 8 October 2019.

Additional Information:  Level 2 Police Vetting and DBS is essential for the role.  An offer will not be made until clearance is granted.

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