Shining a light on the epic candidates that have found work the Moxie way.
We recently kicked off our new The Moxie Chronicles series - an exciting way for us to look back on the incredible candidates who have walked through the Moxie doors.
One of those absolute legends is Sue Carter.
Sue had spent many years in super high profile roles: she’d been both CEO and founder of various charities. After a period of unemployment, Sue was ready and raring to get back into work. But, it had been a long time since she’d interviewed and her confidence was lacking. Now, Sue is in a truly transformational role and could not be happier.
We chatted to Sue to hear more about her new role at Llamau and her experience with Moxie.
Hey Sue - thank you so much for taking the time to have a natter today. To start off, can you tell us about your new role and how you’re finding it?
“Sure! I am the new Quality Assurance Manager at Llamau and the Strategic Lead for a Big Lottery funded five year project. The project is designed to eradicate youth homelessness by really getting under the skin of it. Youth homelessness is a huge problem here in Wales, and it’s only become worse since the various lockdowns where issues at home intensified and support was lacking.
“The project will be delivered in collaboration with Cardiff City Council, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Cardiff University, Cadwyn, Wales Refugee Council and Platfform. It’s up to me to ensure the services delivered by all partnership members are of the highest standard, monitoring service quality and outcomes of both Llamau and delivery partners services and make sure the project meets predicted outcomes and targets.
“And I absolutely love it! Everyone is so passionate about what they do and happy to work here. In various company materials, they talk about how working at Llamau is like working with family: this could not be more true.”