Goleudy Logo

Charity Jobs

The voluntary sector in Wales employs over 46,000 people and offers a huge variety of jobs that give you the chance to make a real difference in people's lives.

Please use the links below to browse Goleudy's Charity Jobs in  your prefered region.

Jobs in Swansea

Jobs in Neath-Port Talbot

Jobs in Carmarthenshire

Jobs in Pembrokeshire

Jobs in Llanelli



About Charity Jobs

A charity job at Goleudy could be just the right fit for you.

The voluntary sector in Wales employs over 46,000 people and offers a huge variety of jobs that give you the chance to make a real difference in people's lives. A sense of fulfilment, good pay and benefits and the opportunity to meet a wide range of people are just a few reasons you should work in a charity. If you've never considered applying for a charity job before, research has found that the job satisfaction rate across workers in charity jobs is one of the highest – 77%, compared to a UK average of 72%.


Even though the charity sector in Wales is large and varied, there continue to be some myths about charity jobs, including the idea that charity work is restricted to just a few types of jobs. In reality, many different jobs are available at all levels, whether you are looking for an entry-level position, a graduate opportunity or an experienced professional wanting to switch from the commercial to the charity sector.


In Wales, charity jobs offer rewarding careers where no two days are the same. At Goleudy, our teams can tackle food poverty through our award-winning Community Fridge project, running activities that help isolated people build community connections or supporting vulnerable young adults to build the confidence and life skills they need to maintain their tenancies.


Our charity work in Swansea helps people like Jamie, who was struggling with alcohol use and had resorted to sleeping on the beach. With our team's help, he could find safe, secure accommodation and build his confidence through volunteering.


Homelessness in Wales remains a huge challenge for our society:

You can make life better for people who find themselves without a safe place to live by taking on a charity job at Goleudy.

We're always looking to employ flexible, committed people with diverse work and life experience to join our teams. Our charity jobs in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire will allow you to work with homeless people or at risk of becoming homeless to help them rebuild their lives.

Our charity jobs offer:

So, if you are looking for interesting work where you can make a real difference to communities in Swansea, charity jobs at Goleudy could be for you.

Read more about our charity jobs in Swansea

No two days are the same when you are working in one of our charity jobs but below is some more information about one of our most popular jobs - Support Worker, Swansea.
Key responsibilities of this charity job:


To be successful in this charity job, Swansea support workers will:


Day to day, in this charity job, your key contacts will include:


What knowledge and skills do we look for in people applying for our charity jobs in Swansea?

We want people from all backgrounds and with all sorts of experiences to apply for our charity jobs in Swansea because we know that there are many benefits of having diverse teams.

Below are some of the key skills and knowledge we look for:


If you already have a background of working with people in housing, support, social care, health, education, or another voluntary sector setting that’s great but if you don’t have that experience don’t be put off applying for one of our charity jobs in Swansea. At Goleudy we’ll provide all the training you need. By working in a charity job in Swansea you can make a real difference in people’s lives.

The people we work with are facing real difficulties and may have experienced years of feeling excluded from society. As a Support Worker, or in any of our charity jobs, you will have the chance to make a real difference. Here’s what some of the people we have helped say about the service they’ve had from Goleudy:

“I was getting more and more depressed…I wasn’t seeing my family and I was feeling very isolated. I just needed somebody to talk to. I mentioned it to the staff and I was put in touch with (Gloeudy’s Let’s Keep Talking) service…I’m finding that I’m doing different things and better things every day. I’m learning, I’m getting stronger and my life is much happier than it used to be.” Kerry.

John says that being able to move into a Goleudy hostel after he became homeless was “a Godsend. It was clean, it was tidy, and the staff were absolutely wonderful…they got be back on my feet. They helped me with my self-esteem, and my confidence - they were there 24 hours a day. They helped me get my own place and they’re giving me ongoing support.”

Top tips for applying for one of our charity jobs in Swansea:



Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now