Some of the below content is provided by a external third party, Careers Wales and Production 78 are not responsible for any third party content. 

A mosaic of people enjoying volunteer activities outdoors
Cartref Ni logo with "My Home, My Life, My Choice" to the right-hand side

Cartref Ni Ltd

Cartref Ni is a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity. We have been proudly supporting adults mainly with learning disabilities in Wales for over thirty years.

At Cartref Ni, we believe in living as well as caring. We are a registered charity, and we work with adults with learning disabilities, living at home.

Our mission is to help them be as independent as possible, to fulfil their potential, to be part of their communities, and live their dreams.

Making life better
We believe in giving people the support they need to live life as fully as possible – being active, engaged in the community, secure, happy and confident. Our in-home support helps people enjoy as normal a life as possible.

Cartref Ni is a charity, focused on helping people live active, independent and fulfilling lives. Our name means “Our Home” in Welsh and, put simply, this is what we do: we give people the care and support they need to enjoy their life at home.

We provide support for adults primarily with a learning disability.

The charity is overseen by a Board of Trustees. Two of our trustees are relatives of people we support. This helps ensure we are always focused on what’s important from a service delivery perspective. The board provides strategic direction to our Chief Executive, who runs the company on a day-to-day basis. The board holds formal quarterly meetings, but is also involved throughout the year on an ad hoc basis, as part of our Quality Assurance process.

We have a team of managers, who are each responsible for a number of teams of support staff. Day-to-day support is delivered by the support workers. Because we believe it’s vital for the management team to have a thorough understanding of the people we support and their needs, each manager will usually visit their home at least once a week.

Opportunities

Community Living Support Workers - Denbighshire

We currently have various part time and full-time vacancies in a number of locations in Denbighshire - Ruthin, Denbigh, Rhuddlan and Prestatyn, supporting individuals who live in their own home and love to enjoy life.

They relish getting out and about, attending social events, sports, cinema, work opportunities, clubs and forums and need enthusiastic staff who can support them to attend their daily activities and help them seek new ventures in life.

Keeping active and busy is important to each of them for different reasons and they need a dynamic team who can work with them to achieve their goals.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to be flexible and adaptable in order to meet the needs of each person in different ways. Experience working with people who have Autism and complex needs preferred but not essential. Driving essential.

Working a 3-week rolling rota which involve day shifts and sleep ins, includes one full weekend off in three.
Enhanced DBS, and 2 references required.

Your basic rate of pay will be £8.89 unless you provide proof that you are qualified at Level 2 or Level 3 in Health & Social Care (Adults), in which case the rate of pay will be £9.36 or £9.97. Sleep In rate is currently £8.21 per hour for an 8 hour block.

Community Living Support Workers - Conwy

We currently have various part time and full-time vacancies in a number of locations in Conwy, supporting individuals who live in their own home and love to enjoy life.

They relish getting out and about, attending social events, sports, cinema, work opportunities, clubs and forums and need enthusiastic staff who can support them to attend their daily activities and help them seek new ventures in life.

Keeping active and busy is important to each of them for different reasons and they need a dynamic team who can work with them to achieve their goals.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to be flexible and adaptable in order to meet the needs of each person in different ways. Experience working with people who have Autism and complex needs preferred but not essential. Driving essential.

Working a 3-week rolling rota which involve day shifts and sleep ins, includes one full weekend off in three.
Enhanced DBS, and 2 references required.

Your basic rate of pay will be £8.89 unless you provide proof that you are qualified at Level 2 or Level 3 in Health & Social Care (Adults), in which case the rate of pay will be £9.36 or £9.97. Sleep In rate is currently £8.21 per hour for an 8 hour block.

Community Living Support Workers - Flintshire

We currently have various part time and full-time vacancies in a number of locations in Flintshire, supporting individuals who live in their own home and love to enjoy life.

They relish getting out and about, attending social events, sports, cinema, work opportunities, clubs and forums and need enthusiastic staff who can support them to attend their daily activities and help them seek new ventures in life.

Keeping active and busy is important to each of them for different reasons and they need a dynamic team who can work with them to achieve their goals.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to be flexible and adaptable in order to meet the needs of each person in different ways. Experience working with people who have Autism and complex needs preferred but not essential. Driving essential.

Working a 3-week rolling rota which involve day shifts and sleep ins, includes one full weekend off in three.
Enhanced DBS, and 2 references required.

Your basic rate of pay will be £8.89 unless you provide proof that you are qualified at Level 2 or Level 3 in Health & Social Care (Adults), in which case the rate of pay will be £9.36 or £9.97. Sleep In rate is currently £8.21 per hour for an 8 hour block.

Talk to us today!

Samantha Dodd
Service Manager

I'm Sam, I am one of the Service Manager's here at Cartref Ni.
I joined Cartref Ni back in November 2019 and it has been a privilege to get to know the people we support and work with our fantastic team of Support Workers.
Working within a company that truly values the people we support and the staff is incredible and we are looking for more enthusiastic people to join us in what we do.


Please get in touch with any questions you may have today.

Times available: 

19th

11:00 - 16:00

20th

Not Available

21st 

Not Available