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We are looking for highly motivated individuals wishing to undertake a new and exciting challenge in the new ground breaking National Recovery Centre for people recovering from serious mental illness based in Pontardawe, Swansea. Opportunities are available for full, part-time and flexible working.

If you can demonstrate our values of Hope, Care, Choice, Dignity and Respect then this might be the role you have always been looking for. Essential to the role is a commitment to the provision of care to the highest standard and the ability to maintain and improve a high class progressive service within a therapeutic environment. In return we offer a highly comprehensive induction, training and education package as well as on-going professional development which is integral to the role. Applications from individuals with personal experience of recovery are very welcome.

This development is supported by a Big Lottery Innovations Fund grant. There will be many other roles available as the Recovery Centre Develops.

For further information or to arrange an informal visit please contact Alison Guyatt, Recovery Centre Director on 07779 334220 / 01792 830216

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A ROLLING RECRUITMENT AND MAY CONTINUE AFTER THE STATED CLOSING DATES.

WE WILL BE INTERVIEWING REGULARLY SO PLEASE GET YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO US AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE


PLEASE EMAIL COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS OR ANY QUERIES TO: 

recruitment@hafal.org

 

Applications invited for “Appropriate Adults”

Download a recruitment pack here

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Vacancies on the National Mental Health Forum
and
National Mental
Health Partnership Board in Wales


The National Mental Health Forum and National Mental Health Partnership Board in Wales currently have 6 vacancies that they are looking to fill:

 

  •  4 National Members for the National Mental Health Forum in Wales

  • 1 Carer Reserve Board Member for the National Mental Health Partnership Board in Wales

  • 1 Service User Reserve Board Member for the National Mental Health Forum in Wales

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Matthew Pearce Head of Communication

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