These posts are part of our on-going recruitment of bank and cover staff. All applications will be reviewed on receipt and appropriate arrangements for interview made with each applicant.
If you believe in good mental health and wellbeing for all and want to make a positive lasting impact through your work, then we look forward to reading your application and discovering what you can bring to us.
Please note that all completed application packs should be returned to email@example.com, or via post to, Gofal, 2nd floor, Derwen House, Court Road Bridgend, CF31 1BN. For further information, please contact us on 01656 647722.Relief Worker Opportunities
We’re looking for great Support Workers who are passionate about supporting our Service Users towards recovery across Swansea/Neath/Port Talbot.
We are looking for a Project Coordinator to lead a team across our supported housing projects in Bridgend.
We are looking for a Case Worker for one of Gofal's Supported Housing Projects in Bridgend.
Academi Gofal provides sustainable peer supported, employment related skills, training & Qualifications, supported work placements and job opportunity pathways tailored to the needs of individuals affected by health conditions that limit their ability to work, through focussing on the strengths of those with lived experience of work limiting health conditions.
The Active Inclusion Fund is managed by Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) supported by funding from European Structural and Investment Funds. It aims to reduce economic inactivity in Wales and improve the employability of disadvantaged people furthest from the labour market.
We’re looking for a great Support Worker, who is passionate about supporting our Service Users towards recovery and employability across Gwent, including Blaenau Gwent, Torfaen and Caerphilly
We are looking for a Case Worker for Gofal's Supported Housing Projects in RCT.
The Out of Work Peer Mentoring Service is delivered in partnership between Gofal and NewLink Wales; across the Cardiff and Vale and Cwm Taf Health Board areas providing individualised mentoring and support for people aged 25 or older; who are recovering from Substance Misuse and/or Mental Health issues and are long term unemployed or economically inactive.
The service will complement and enhance existing treatment, support and care services, through the provision of additional mentoring support; that focusses on helping people to move on and thrive through inspiring self-confidence, nurturing self-reliance, developing new skills, acquiring qualifications and ultimately achieving economic independence through paid employment.
The scheme has been supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.