WORK WITH US – Staff Vacancies

Our employees

Our employees are our most valued asset. We invest in staff health and wellbeing, as recognised by our Gold Small Workplace Health Award. Our flexible working practices allow staff to maintain a healthy work-life balance. We offer generous benefits including 30 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, employer pension contribution, and paid family responsibility and sick leave. We are members of the Living Wage Foundation, and are dedicated to ensuring that all our staff receive a wage they can really live on. We provide ongoing opportunities for staff learning and development, and ensure staff are involved in our decision-making. Staff don’t often leave us, but we do occasionally need to recruit, so keep an eye out for our vacancies below.

Associates

RCS works with a team of skilled and experienced providers to deliver our services and therapies. Please contact recruitment@rcs-wales.co.uk to receive notification of any new opportunities, which will also be advertised below.

 

 

We’re recruiting!

We’re recruiting for a number of exciting new roles to support delivery of our In-Work Support Service in North Wales, Dyfed and Swansea Bay. Roles will be based in North Wales unless otherwise stated.

 

Volunteer Counsellor – Closing date: 1st June 2024

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All applications should be submitted using our application form above and returned to recruitment@rcs-wales.co.uk by the closing date stated.

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I’ve never worked for an organisation that truly puts wellbeing above everything else, which, in turn, allows for our staff to deliver the best service possible for our clients.

I’m so glad I applied and got the job. I love working in an environment where I can make a difference to people’s lives. I’m so passionate about the work RCS do, I’ll talk about them til the cows come home.

RCS invests time and resources to ensure staff have every opportunity to engage in wellbeing activities, and to have confidential and easily access to peer/line manager or independent support if needed.

 

I feel trusted to work at a flexible schedule, take the appropriate number of breaks, check in with my colleagues and team leader on a regular basis to ensure that we’re all individually and collectively working together to give the best experience for those we care for.