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Current Vacancies

SC714 Team Leader (Western Bay) Swansea Office

Working hours: 28 – 35 hours per week

Location: Swansea Office

Salary: £30,660 per annum (pro rata) – £24,528pa

Closing Date: 1st July 2024

An exciting opportunity has now arisen within our Housing Services team in South Wales for a Team Leader.  The post holder will have direct line management responsibility for all Housing Law Caseworkers who are delivering face-to-face housing advice services to the Western Bay region, which covers Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend.

Employees are provided with an office base and this role will be based out of Swansea.

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SC732–Housing Law Caseworker (CVV)

Working hours: 32 hrs per week

Location: Cardiff Office

Salary: £26,862 per annum (pro rata) – £24,559pa

Closing Date: 10:00 am, 25th June 2024

Interview date: 17th July 2024

An exciting opportunity has now arisen at Shelter Cymru for a Housing Law Caseworker who will work within our Housing Services team based in Cardiff.

The post holder will be part of a team who provide a National Housing Advice Service through a mixture of centre, court and surgery based services across Cardiff, Vale and the Valleys.

We are developing a flexible and hybrid working approach for all staff, with a minimum of 1 day per week working in the office and have offices across Wales

Employees are provided with an office base but this role will be based in our Cardiff office.

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SC731- Prison Link Cymru Worker HMP Eastwood Park

Working hours: 35 hrs per week

Location: Cardiff Office Base (Hybrid Working)

Salary: £26,862 per annum (pro rata)

Job type: Contract until 31 March 2025 initially

Closing Date: 10:00 am,27 June 2024

Shelter Cymru offers a wide range of advice and support to those in housing need within Wales.

We are looking for a Prison Link Cymru Worker who will be responsible for delivering a service to Welsh clients in custody who have housing problems, and also to those who will be facing homelessness upon release.

We are developing a flexible and hybrid working approach for all staff, with a minimum of 1 day per week working in the office.

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