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Jobs and Recruitment

New Opportunities to Join Our Team 

Young Carers Outreach Worker – Conwy

HOURS: 22.5 hours per week

LENGTH OF CONTRACT: Maternity cover until May 2024 (with the possibility of an extension or sessional hours ongoing)

HOME BASED with travel around the county - travel time and mileage paid

Welsh speakers highly desirable

You can read the job description, person specification and download an application form at: https://charityjobfinder.co.uk/en/job/young-carers-outreach-worker-4/ or call 01597 823800.

 

Deadline for applications is 9am on 28.01.2024 to hr@credu.cymru

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Volunteering

Volunteering

You can make a difference to Young Carers in a way that suits YOU!  Whatever your age

Download an expression of interest form here

There are a huge range of exciting small and big ways you can do your bit to support Young Carers in your community! 

 

Examples of roles include: being a mentor or peer mentor, telephone support for Carers, helping out at groups, setting up homework clubs and much more.

We are interested in getting to know YOU: your hobbies, your skills, your passions, your ideas and your life experiences. We believe that every person has a unique outlook and skill set and so we develop roles based on what you want to give.

 

Volunteer roles within the organisation are flexible, allowing you almost complete control over your own hours and workload. We value every second of your time, and you will not be pressured into doing more than you want.

"Supporting Carers as a volunteer for Credu isn’t always easy, but is always rewarding. I don’t feel I do very much, talking with or listening to the Carers I support, but I do feel an enormous sense of privilege at being the one that a Carer will choose to share their thoughts, feelings and challenges with. I admire the Carers I support greatly and if my Credu calls help them even just a little bit, then that’s reward enough for me.” – John Raftree, Credu Volunteer 

Our Goals for Supporting Volunteers

  • Volunteers feel empowered to bring their own strengths to Credu.

  • Volunteers feel connected and valued as part of the wider Credu team.

  • We recognise that each person has strengths and everyone has something to give.

  • We want to enable Volunteers to flourish and grow within our organisation.

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Our Process

Useful Links 

Download an expression of interest form here

WCVA website for resources

All Wales Volunteer site for advertising posts and searching for Volunteers

Tempo Time Credits to be used for Volunteer roles where appropriate

AVOW DVSC CVSC Volunteer bureaus

Eden Project for courses /project ideas for community development

Useful Links
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