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January 14, 2014

Now recruiting: Youth Worker/ Young Women’s Support Worker

Job-Vacancy

Youth Worker / Young Women’s Support Worker

 

We wish to employ an experienced, committed youth worker to join an experienced and quality team for our 2 after school drop ins and our transition group.

Tuesday and Thursday 3.15 – 5.45 and Wednesday 3.15 – 5.45.

There may be opportunities for further work during school holidays.

You will be expected to work as a general youth worker but also take some responsibility for working with and relating to the young women who attend these sessions.

 CLICK HERE for the full job description and Person Spec

Pay - £7.50 an hour

Job application forms available by collection from All Saints Youth Project office or All Saints Centre Office and welcome desk, All Saints Centre, 2 Vicarage Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7RA from Monday 3rd March or email to request an electronic version to allsaintsyouthproject@btinternet.com or DOWNLOAD HERE

Please note – we cannot accept applications by email.  CVs can be included but the application form must be fully completed as well

Any enquiries to 0121 441 4106

 

Closing date for applications 20th March 4.00 p.m.

Every candidate will be expected to:

1.  Attend the drop in on either Tuesday 25th March or Thursday 27th March from 3.30 to 5.30

2.  Attend an interview on either 31st March or 2nd April at a specific time after 4.30 pm

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About All Saints Youth Project


All Saints Youth Project has been providing recreational and informal educational opportunities for young people aged 10 to 19 years old (up to 25 for those with disabilities) since 1998. It has grown from an established history of open youth work at All Saints Church to be a major youth project for young people and their parents in South Birmingham.

We have a strong commitment to developing an inclusive project open to all young people, regardless of ability or background, to support their transition from adolescence to adulthood. The Parent Project was created to enable us to deliver a more integrated approach by addressing the needs of the family.

The All Saints Youth Project is part of the community development that is taking place on the All Saints Church site and is headed by a voluntary management committee. Our work is maintained through ongoing fundraising from a range of sources including grants and trusts.