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Business Development Manager
Hafan Cymru

Location: Flexible - Head Office, Carmarthen, with regular travel across Wales
Salary: £38,058
Closing Date: 25 January, 2021

Job Title: Business Development Manager

Location: Head Office, Carmarthen, with regular travel across Wales

Department: Business Development and Projects Working

Hours: 37 hours per week and in line with the needs of the business

Responsible to: Director of Business Development

Responsible for: Business Development and Commercial Projects Teams

We are looking for a highly experienced business development professional with experience of the Social Care and/or 3rd Sector to join our ambitious team and play a leading role in our growth and development.

PURPOSE OF POST: To identify and manage business development opportunities for the Association by establishing and retaining business growth that supports the Associations aims and objectives. A key aspect of the role is to establish and maintain productive relationships with partner agenc

Business Development Job Specification

  • Develop a funding strategy that identifies funding opportunities in line with the organisation’s strategic direction and business priorities.
  • Research, draft and implement commercial/business development plans and strategies.
  • Identify and prepare high quality competitive tender submissions for a variety of commissioners. Collaborate with key teams within Hafan Cymru such as operations, HR and finance on preparing and submitting tender opportunities.
  • Work with external stakeholders and partners, building relationships and collaborating on business opportunities.
  • Focus on growing income streams and creating a plan for business growth.
  • Develop a stakeholder map to manage existing relationships and identify/develop new relationships.
  • Maintaining a positive attitude that inspires co-workers and clients to grow the business.
  • Actively perform market research and analyse opportunities.
  • Identify issues/risks to business growth and plan mitigating actions.
  • Support Project Managers and project teams to comply with any financial and legal obligations detailed in contracts, grant agreements, etc.
  • Complete reports to funders / commissioners as required
  • Being aware of market trends and competitors.
  • Promote Hafan Cymru by attending meetings, conferences and events.
  • Monitor the publication of opportunities via online portals (e.g. Proactis, E-tenderWales, Sell2Wales, and Bravo Solutions etc.).
  • Keep effective records of funding bids, reports and communications.
  • Evaluate and filter opportunities to ensure alignment with strategic plans.
  • Provide the Business Development Director and the Chief Executive with accurate and timely reports on activity.

Person Specification

Qualifications:

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent professional experience.

Experience:

  • Experience, and proven success of working in a senior business development role.
  • Experience of working as a senior manager.
  • Experience of writing successful tenders/funding applications preferably in the Social Care, Health and Third Sector.
  • Experience of developing relationships with partner organisations preferably in Social Care, Health and Third Sector.
  • Experience of representing an organisation at senior management level within a multiagency environment, preferably in Social Care, Health and Third Sector.
  • Experience of researching and providing data and information relative to the tender/funding applications.
  • Experience of using web technologies and online procurement systems.
  • Experience of writing to a high quality standard.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • An understanding of the ‘market’ in which Hafan Cymru operates and of the social care sector in Wales.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Project management experience.
  • Able to work to deadlines.
  • Able to deliver multiple projects within required timescales.
  • Able to develop working relationships internal and external Stakeholders.
  • Self-motivated, organised and with a keen eye for detail, accuracy and quality.
  • Ability to navigate and manage effective tendering processes and systems.
  • Ability to produce quality reports presentations.

General:

  • A full driving licence and car available for work.

How to Apply:

If you would like to apply for this role, please send a cover letter, CV, along with a 500 response to these questions:

1.   How you meet the Hafan Cymru values of Fairness, Versatility, Integrity and Being Inspirational.

2.   What do you think are the key business development challenges and opportunities faced by organisations such as Hafan Cymru. 

Applications should be sent to recruitment@hafancymru.co.uk

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Project Worker
Nacro

Location: Carmarthen
Salary: £19,762 per annum
Closing Date: 26 February, 2021

Do you have what it takes to seize opportunities and deliver results? Can you think differently, pursue creative ideas, and provide reliable support to both internal and external customers?

Nacro are searching for a Project Worker in Carmarthen to provide tenure neutral floating support, to people who are homeless, living in accommodation that is unsuitable for their needs, as well as people who are suitably housed, regardless of whether their home is owned or rented, as long as the support that they need is aimed at enabling them to develop the skills and confidence that they need to be able to live their life to its fullest potential, as independently as possible, in their own home. 

Support may include:

• Support to manage on a budget and/or reduce debts
• Support to ensure relevant benefits are being accessed
• Support to access suitable accommodation
• Support to learn independent living skills to enable you to managing your home, such as healthy eating, cooking, cleaning, garden maintenance
• Support to identify and access public transport / delivery services / cleaning services
• Support to develop and maintain healthy relationships and social networks
• Support to improve neighbourhood relations and reduce conflict
• Support to keep yourself feeling safe in your home and in the community
• Support to feel part of your community, and to identify and access social, leisure and recreational activities
• Support to identify and access health services, support groups or organisations
• Support to identify and access practitioners’ services such as doctor or dentist
• Support to identify and access learning or educational opportunities
• Support to identify and secure employment or volunteering opportunities

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Engaging with referral agencies, such as local authority, access point/gateway services, statutory and voluntary sector agencies in order to generate referrals for the service as required.

• Carry out initial assessments for service users including any risks of their requirements to determine eligibility.

• Designing and delivering effective support plans, based on the service user’s needs and abilities.

• Maintain contact with service users as required depending on their needs maintaining a professional relationship and becoming a role model.

A DBS check will be required for this role.

You will be based in the Nacro office in Carmarthen however a full driving licence and own vehicle is required to be successful in this role for travel throughout Cilycwm,Cynwyl Gaeo,Llandeilo, Llandovery, Llanfihangel, Aberbythych, Llangadog, Llanybydder, Manordeilo and Salem.

Welsh speaker is desirable but not essential.

How to Apply:

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Please Apply online - main contact – Dianne Saunders HR consultant 0121 250 5250/ 07483 046210

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Directly Employed Maintenance Staff Supervisor
Family Housing Association

Location: Swansea
Salary: £27,867 per annum
Closing Date: 28 January, 2021

You will supervise and co-ordinate our multi-trade repairs teams and sub-contractors to provide a first-class customer focused repairs and maintenance service.

You will supervise and co-ordinate our multi-trade repairs teams and sub-contractors to provide a first-class customer focused repairs and maintenance service. We offer excellent terms and conditions and comprehensive training. The ability to speak Welsh is desirable. For more information, please see our website or contact Ceri Thomas, Planned Maintenance Manager on: 07970 469 208 Interview date: 11th & 12th February 2021

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In House Operations Manager
Family Housing Association

Location: Swansea
Salary: £35,365
Closing Date: 28 January, 2021
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Company Registration No: 5093332
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