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Change Step Wales

Change Step – Project Manager (Cardiff)

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Base location: Cardiff (Office to be confirmed)
30 hrs per week
£24,581 per annum pro rata (£19,665)

CAIS aims to empower positive changes in the lives of people affected by addiction, adverse mental health, unemployment, offending and other life challenges, through a range of services and support delivered by skilled and experienced staff and volunteers.

Delivered by veterans for veterans, Change Step offers peer mentoring and help to access relevant services — including support with mental health, substance misuse and criminal justice.

Within this role you will manage the operational aspects of the Change Step project across Wales; monitor and evaluate the project against set outcomes; maintain and develop key stakeholder partnerships and help to promote the development and sustainability of the project.

You must have served in one of the British Armed Forces Tri-Services and have experience of project and staff management and be competent working with individuals struggling with a range of psychological and/or substance misuse issues.

A full driving license and access to a vehicle are essential. Welsh language is desirable although not essential.

Applications will only be accepted on the CAIS application form

Job Description and application form can be obtained from the vacancies page of our website – www.cais.co.uk

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Wednesday 13th September 2017 

Completed applications to be returned to:  katie.sanders@cais.co.uk

or CAIS HR Dept, 12 Trinity Square, Llandudno LL30 2RA (Tel: 01492 863000)

CAIS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER

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