EYST Wales is an award-winning and unique, beneficiary-led voluntary organisation supporting ethnic minority young people, individuals and families across Wales. A vacancy has arisen for a part-time Arabic Family Support Worker to deliver the Orientation Service for the Syrian Relocation Programme on behalf of Powys County Council. This service delivers an orientation and resettlement service to Syrian families resettled to Llandrindod Wells under the Home Office Syrian Vulnerable Persons Relocation Programme. We are looking to recruit a Arabic Speaking Family Support Worker/ interpreter working 17.5 hours a week for a salary of £10,500/ £12,000 per annum dependent on experience (£21,000 to £24.000 pro rata) The successful post holder will be skilled in supporting vulnerable people, the ability to speak and understand Arabic is essential. We will also consider and actively encourage secondments to the post – (if applying as a secondment please ensure you have your employer’s agreement before applying). This is currently funded until March 2021, but may be renewable, subject to funded.
To apply please complete and return the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm 30/10/2020.
For an informal discussion about the post please call Helal Uddin on 01792 466980/1 or 07411 897909.
EYST Application FormEYST Wales (Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales) is an award-winning and unique, beneficiary-led voluntary organisation supporting ethnic minority people across Wales.
We’re now looking for up to four additional Trustees who may have skills at the highest level within the following areas:
We are looking for exceptional individuals with the skills, passion and expertise to make a significant contribution to the Board, providing guidance, leadership and the skills that will help our organisation continue to develop.
To apply, please download the application form and job description below and return the application form to email@example.com
EYST is an equal opportunities organisation and actively encourages applicants from under-represented groups. DBS checks will be required