Creative Arts Facilitator Job Openings by The Wallich in Cardiff

Job Title Creative Arts Facilitator Job Openings Cardiff The Wallich
Pub Date 30+ days ago
Company The Wallich
Location Cardiff

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The Wallich Recruitment 2020

Creative Arts Facilitator Job Opening in Cardiff


is a homelessness charity delivering innovative housing and support services to homeless and vulnerably housed people. The Organisation formed in 1978 in Cardiff and now supports around 8000 people a year across Wales. Our work falls into four principal areas:

1. Residential supported housing projects, including direct access hostels, emergency night shelters and accommodation for people with specific issues such as substance misuse.

2. Floating (Tenancy) support projects in which we support people who have tenancy difficulties, sometimes with a contributing health or other need, and are in danger of losing their homes.

3. Prevention or intervention projects supplied through Homelessness Prevention Grant funding which are a broad range of services that prevent homelessness or make life better for homeless people.

4. Participation and Progression services, which are embedded in all our projects enhancing support through providing opportunities for Service Users to take an active part in their community. These services include those designed to enable people to move into meaningful activities including employment and training opportunities.

is committed to providing services that are trauma informed and delivered with Psychologically Informed Environments (PIE) at the heart of its support. A PIE is an approach to supporting people out of homelessness whilst making significant and positive progress in overcoming trauma, substance misuse and mental illness. It also considers the psychological needs of staff: developing skills and knowledge, increasing motivation, job satisfaction and resilience. At the heart of what we do are the people we support, who are actively and meaningfully involved in their own support and encouraged to participate in the design, development and delivery of services.


We expect all Wallich staff to demonstrate behaviours that reflect our values.

At the Wallich we are:

Courageous – We speak truth to power, we challenge ourselves and each other. We fearlessly pioneer new initiatives. We and our service users have the courage to drive change.

Determined – We will not stop. We will continue to strive to make big changes, not only for our charity but for the people we support. We will not lose passion or focus, even when it’s hard.

Authentic – We are genuine in our intentions, working on the front line with the people who need us. We walk the path alongside people and use peer experience to inform everything we do.

Compassionate – At all times – always. No matter how many times someone comes to us for help, we will listen, be empathetic and greet them with kindness.

Community – Everybody deserves to belong somewhere. As a team we are family and we embrace partnership. We strive for inclusion and acceptance of those affected by homelessness.

Project Description

At the core of the support we offer is client involvement, giving our service users the opportunity to shape and guide the work of both their local projects and the organisation in general. The Participation and Progression Team delivers learning and development programs, supported volunteering and involvement activities and develops employment opportunities for service users.

Increasingly, we are developing activities and working in partnership with organisations’ involved in the Arts, Culture, Heritage and Sports Sectors for the benefit of the people we support and are committed to increasing these opportunities by developing bespoke projects and activities.
This post is funded by the Janet & Peter Swinburn Fund and the postholder will deliver a Paul Hamlyn Foundation “Explore & Test” project.
The project will centre on promoting creative arts engagement with our residents and service users alongside specialist arts practitioners. The postholder will lead and coordinate this project across Wales.

Purpose of Role
  • To manage the delivery of the PHF “Explore & Test” project
  • To identify and recruit specialist practitioners to deliver creative arts opportunities for residents and service users
  • To co-ordinate and develop partnerships within the arts, culture, heritage, and sports sectors to deliver creative projects to service users across Wales
  • To support service users to access and participate in creative activities and bespoke projects.
  • To monitor the impact of involvement in these creative projects on individuals and communities.
  • To work closely with the fundraising team to identify and apply for funding for creative one -off projects for the benefit of our service users.
  • This role is subject to a Basic DBS disclosure.
Main Duties, Responsibilities and Person Profile

Main Duties and Responsibilities

1. Participation & Engagement

a. To work closely with the wider Operations teams to develop creative opportunities for service users which enhance their Housing Related Support.

b. To lead and facilitate consultation with clients in respect of designing projects within the arts, culture, heritage and sports sectors.

c. To assess the impact of all creative projects and demonstrate their value.

2. Project Delivery

a. To plan and co-ordinate a programme of creative projects for service users across Wales.

b. To manage and support project partners in delivering creative projects to service users.

c. To identify appropriate opportunities for service users within the Arts, Heritage, Culture and Sports sectors.

d. To ensure those hard to reach have equal access to opportunities by identifying their needs and adapting projects to fit these needs.

e. To facilitate creative workshops that will enable our service users to develop their skills and confidence.

f. To develop volunteering and/or employment opportunities (where appropriate) for our service users within the arts, culture, heritage sectors and sports sectors.

3. Quality

a. To ensure service user satisfaction with project delivery is monitored with a focus on continuous improvement

b. To continuously evaluate and reflect on project progress, achievements and opportunities to improve.

4. Team Working

a. To contribute to effective teamwork and appropriate communication.

b. To contribute professional knowledge and expertise to the Participation and Progression Team, it’s service delivery, monitoring and evaluation.

c. To assist the fundraising team to identify and apply for funding for creative projects for the benefit of our service users.

5. Communication

a. Develop successful cross organisational working with relevant project teams.

b. Lead and facilitate relevant Steering Groups ensuring service user/participant involvement.

c. Develop appropriate and beneficial relationships within all areas of the arts, culture and heritage sectors.

d. Communicate effectively and appropriately using a variety of methods to engage participants.

e. Professionally represent the Participation and Progression Team and the charity internally and externally.

f. Contribute to team and departmental planning events and activities.

6. Systems and Paperwork

a. To collate and produce reports for the Head of Participation and Progression, senior management and the Board of Trustees.

b. To operate in compliance with relevant legislation, best practice and organisational policies.

c. To set up finance procedures in line with the organisation’s finance policy.

7. Networking

a. To assist with the development of publicity materials in conjunction with Public Relations.

b. To attend relevant networks and events to make connections and influence the sector.

c. To build relationships with projects and external agencies to keep abreast of best practice and opportunities for service users.

d. To develop opportunities within all areas of the Arts, Culture, Heritage and Sports sectors.

8. Volunteer Management

a. Inspire, motivate and provide support to volunteers working within the Investing in Volunteers standards.

b. Manage and monitor volunteer hours and expenses reporting to the Volunteering Development Worker.

c. Recognise and value the contribution of volunteers.

d. To undertake any other duties as required in line with the remit and responsibility of the post.

The list of duties and responsibilities is not an exhaustive one and may be varied from time to time by the organisation. This job description is subject to regular review.

Person Profile

1. Knowledge

a. Knowledge and understanding of how to develop a high quality and varied creative arts programme

b. Knowledge and understanding of the charitable sector

c. Knowledge and understanding of how your personal life can have positive and negative impacts on your own performance and attendance

d. Knowledge and understanding of the need for professional boundaries

e. Knowledge and understanding of risk assessments and how to apply control measures effectively and safely.

2. Experience

a. Experience of successfully developing and delivering creative projects to socially excluded groups within one of the keys sectors; arts, culture, heritage or sports

b. Experience of working in collaboration with socially excluded groups

c. Experience of managing budgets including writing funding bids

d. Experience of using database systems to monitor outcomes

e. Experience of using Microsoft Word, Excel and MS Outlook to intermediate level

f. Experience of producing qualitative and quantitative reports in a variety of formats

g. Experience of working with vulnerable adults on a one to one and group basis

h. Experience of developing and delivering workshops and training sessions in a creative and innovative way

i. Experience of identifying and sustaining appropriate volunteering or employment opportunities for service users

j. Experience of managing, monitoring and evaluating individual and team performance

k. Experience of self-motivating, and motivating others, to engage positively with change and innovation

l. Experience of working with diverse people in a non-judgemental way, respecting their personal choices

m. Experience of professionally and effectively representing the wishes and best interests of Service Users and the organisation whilst building beneficial relationships with a range of agencies and internal staff

n. Experience of effectively dealing with challenging situations whilst maintaining professional boundaries

o. Experience of organising resources and prioritising workloads to meet deadlines

p. Experience of lone working on own initiative and without close supervision

q. Experience of working as a member of a team.

3. Other

a. Excellent administrative skills

b. Driving licence and own vehicle essential

c. Willingness to work across all of Wales

d. Ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable but not essential.

Please note: Due to the on-going COVID-19 situation are currently undertaking interviews via video calling. We will be keeping this under constant review and hope to be able to commence standard interviewing again soon.

Interview date: 9th October 2020


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