Working for Tros Gynnal Plant - Benefits
A criminal record bureau check will be required for all positions within Tros Gynnal Plant.
MEIC is the new advocacy helpline for children and young people in Wales funded by the Welsh Government and operated by Cywaith, a consortium of like-minded organisations of which Tros Gynnal Plant is a member.
MEIC is a confidential and free helpline which can help you with a range of issues.
Contact us by phone, email, text or instant messaging.
Phone: 080880 23456
Cywaith - The Consortium behind MEIC
Other members include:
We aim to recruit high quality people who will contribute fully, effectively and enthusiastically towards achieving our charitable objectives.
Tros Gynnal Plant is committed to promoting equal opportunities and no applicant will be discriminated against on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origins, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, age or marital status.
Job Application Enquiries
Please do not send CVs or speculative job applications as unfortunately we do not have the facilities to keep on file. If you are interested in working for Tros Gynnal Plant please search our online vacancy list which is updated weekly.
Please note that we can only accept CVs with a completed application form.
Applications completed electronically can be emailed to:
Powys Advocacy for Children and Young People
1 full time or 2 part time (18.5hrs)
CLOSING DATE for completed application forms: 24 MAY 2013, 16:00hrs
INTERVIEW DATE: 3 JUNE 2013
We are looking for someone who is well qualified and has considerable experience in working with children. You will develop participation opportunities for younger children in the county, to enable them to have a voice in decision making.
The successful candidate(s) will need lots of energy, creativity, a keen sense of fun and good IT skills. You will be part of a well established team of dedicated staff.