Cadwyn is a rapidly growing and changing community housing association based in Cardiff. Our traditional public service values are being challenged by a more commercial culture and the requirement for more risk and innovation.
We are a diverse business with experience in social housing management and development, private sector leasing, social lettings, market lets and sales, commercial/regeneration experience and a large funded recycling project.
Nightingale House is our 26 bed hostel for families who are homeless. Nightingale House provide support for families to prepare them in securing and maintaining a tenancy.
We are looking for a Weekend Coordinator to join our team. As an important part of the team, you will mainly be responsible for developing, running and increasing the availability of meaningful activities to support residents independence, improve their skills and promote positive family interaction.
You will work 10.5 hours a week on a Sunday (8.00am – 8.00pm)
What we offer:
The chance to work for an organisation with strong values: Kindness, Honesty, Fairness and RespectA great permanent part time opportunity, with a 10.5 hour working week25 days holiday per year (increasing to 30 with length of service) plus 8 bank holidays pro rata
Agile working opportunitiesOngoing training and development at a pace to suit youAccess to a great Pension SchemeHealth and wellbeing supportMedicare health cash planAn annual flexible cash benefitA cycle to work scheme
What we need:
Someone who has a positive attitude and bags of enthusiasmSomeone with great people skills and likes being hands onThe skills to encourage and motivate both adults and childrenSomeone who loves building and maintaining relationships and has a passion for helping others
Other useful information:
Please click link to download the job description – Weekend Coordinator JD.docxPlease click here to download the person specification – Weekend Coordinator Person spec.docxPlease click link to download information on how to complete your application – Guidance notes for completing an application.docxPlease click link to download Cadwyn’s values – cadwyn values square.pdfClosing date: 5.00pm Wednesday 2nd August 2023
Interviews: Thursday 10th August 2023Other: An enhanced DBS check will be required for this post
Want to find out more? Please call Zoe Jones, Assistant Head of Supported Housing on 02920 434455 for an informal chat.
To apply: You will be required to submit your CV and a supporting statement (outlining how you meet the requirements in the person specification).
Please note that once you begin your application you will not be able to save your progress and return to this at a later date. We therefore recommend you have your CV and supporting statement prepared prior to starting the process as you will be required to attach these. You will also be asked for your personal details and equality information as part of the application process.
If you have any questions please contact the HR Team via email@example.com, we’re delighted that you’re interested in joining Cadwyn and wish you the very best of luck with your application.
Cadwyn is committed to the Principles of Equal Opportunities, Tenant Participation, Professionalism, Openness and Accessibility and welcomes applications from all sections of the community regardless of age, colour, disability, ethnic or national origins, marital or parental status, nationality, political belief, race, religion or sexual orientation.
All Black, Asian and ethnically diverse applicants, LGBTQ+ applicants, candidates with disabilities and tenants who meet the minimum requirements of the job as set out in the Job Description and Person Specification will be guaranteed an interview.