Caer las Project Coordinators
Location: Western Bay and Carmarthenshire
Salary: £23,000 per annum
Hours: 35 per week
Benefits: generous annual leave, excellent training package, individualised development plans and a cash benefit health plan
Closing Date: 4th June Noon. The interviews will take place on Friday 8th June.
Are you ready for the next step in your career?
Do you have the skills, passion, talent and resilience to lead a team and achieve high quality services for our Service Users and commissioners?
Caer Las supports vulnerable people who are affected by multiple disadvantages to move towards independent living in Swansea, Carmarthenshire and Neath Port Talbot. Therefore, the quality of support we provide must be of the highest standards so that every person can; aspire to their best hopes, preferred futures and progress. The Project Coordinator role is key to achieving excellence in team performance and delivering Caer Las’ strategic vision into the service provision.
Community Houses Project Coordinator (Llanelli, Swansea & Neath Port Talbot)
This project provides step down housing related support for people who are transitioning towards independent living in Neath Port Talbot, Swansea and Llanelli, many of whom face multiple disadvantages and co-existing support needs. The key objective of this project is support our Service Users to feel safe, valued and gain sense of belonging in their community.
Floating Support Project Coordinator (Carmarthenshire)
This project provides floating support to people at risk of homelessness who live in locality 4 and 5 of Carmarthenshire (including Pendine, St Clears, Whitland, New Castle Emlyn, Pencader – anywhere from Llansteffan in the west to Efailwen in the north), many of whom face multiple disadvantages and co-existing support needs. The key objective of this project is to prevent homelessness and to support people to live independently in their own home. This project places a particular emphasis on developing community links with agencies and services that can be accessed and sustained in the longer term once support ends.
ROADS Project Coordinator (Swansea)
This project provides stable and settled supported accommodation to people who face multiple disadvantages and long-term coexisting substance use, mental health and chronic health difficulties. Therefore, the quality of the support provided will be of the highest standards so that every person can; aspire to their best hopes, preferred futures and progress.
The Project Coordinator will lead and develop a recovery focussed approach to lessen the impact of substance use and harmful behaviours on the people we support. In addition to this, the role will oversee learning for staff around knowledge and understanding of drug and alcohol use, recovery and treatment options, services and networks and harm reducing strategies.