Hafal logo 2019Hafal supports people with mental health problems – with a special emphasis on those with a serious mental illness – and their carers and families; they also support others with a range of disabilities and their carers and families.

Hafal is committed to providing help, support, advice and friendship for all their client group in Wales, including carers, and because they feel so strongly about this, they will take responsibility themselves wherever necessary to ensure that they will not have to cope alone.

Mental Health Peer Mentor

  • Hours: 37.5
  • Salary: £18,000 per annum
  • 25 Days annual leave plus 8 public Holidays

You will mentor individuals who have been affected by mental health issues towards training and employment opportunities. Responsible for managing a caseload of participants with varying support needs, ensuring regular contact to develop and deliver activities and opportunities for participants to gain new skills through training and volunteering opportunities. You will work alongside a team of Peer Mentors in delivering services and outcomes for Cyfle Cymru whilst assisting participants to become more confident and more ready for work or full time education.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Wednesday 25th September 2019

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Bank Domiciliary Care Support Worker

  • Salary: £8.79 per hour (plus additional payments for worked unsocial hours)

Due to on-going expansion at Hafal they require community home care workers to join their team. They are looking to recruit caring and passionate individuals who wish to promote a high quality person centred care to their clients in their own home.

The service is to help people to maintain their independence for as long as possible within their own homes and communities, and in order to achieve this they support Carers in their caring roles. The high quality respite care and support is to enable Carers to continue in their caring role, enabling both the Carer and cared for person to maintain as independent a lifestyle as possible and to delay or prevent the need for more intensive services.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Monday 16th September 2019

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Hafal wishes to encourage applications from people with disabilities. Where the Person Specification calls for particular qualifications or experience, they will consider waiving these requirements if an applicant who could not achieve them because of a disability can demonstrate he/she would be capable of performing well in the job and fulfils the criteria in other respects.