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Senior Youth Support Worker – NES

Hours:

18.5 hours per week

 

Salary £23,178 – £25,313 pro rata

Based in Midsomer Norton and Radstock

This is an exciting and challenging role leading and developing Youth Work in Midsomer Norton and Radstock. The ideal candidate will have experience in working with young people, including dealing with challenging behaviour. We are looking for an experienced worker able to slot into the existing provision and ensure the smooth running of sessions for young people.

 

The role requires creative individuals who can build trusting relationships with young people whilst engaging them in a range of positive activities. We look for individuals who can empower young people to develop their confidence, learn new skills and raise their aspirations. 

 

This post is based in Radstock and Midsomer Norton it requires you to work up to 5 sessions per week, in the afternoon or evening. We may require you to work occasional weekends, to support events throughout the year.
There may be opportunities to increase these hours, which can be discussed at interview.

 

Closing date for this post: Wed 29th June 2022

Interview date for this post: TBC Week beginning 4th July 2022

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Carrie Ford 07875488718 or email carrie.ford@ycsw.org.uk / contact@ycsw.org.uk

Youth Support Worker – NES

Hours:

18.5 hours per week

 

Salary:

£19,922 – £22,104 pro rata

Based at Radstock, Midsomer Norton and Paulton

This is an exciting role suitable for someone looking to develop their existing skills and knowledge in working with young people. There will be opportunities to lead and develop work and to access training to become a qualified Youth Worker.

 

The role requires creative individuals who can build trusting relationships with young people whilst engaging them in a range of positive activities. We look for individuals who can empower young people to develop their confidence, learn new skills and raise their aspirations. 

 

This post is based in Radstock, Midsomer Norton and Paulton it requires you to work up to 5 sessions per week, in the afternoon or evening. We may require you to work occasional weekends, to support events throughout the year.
There may be opportunities to increase these hours, which can be discussed at the interview.

Closing date for this post: Wed 29th June 2022

Interview date for this post: TBC Week beginning 4th July 2022

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Carrie Ford 07875488718 or email carrie.ford@ycsw.org.uk / contact@ycsw.org.uk

Youth Support Worker – Bath

Hours:

22 hours per week

 

Salary £19,922 – £22,104 pro-rata

Based in Bath City Centre and Southside Youth Hub

This is an exciting role suitable for someone looking to develop their existing skills and knowledge in working with young people. There will be opportunities to lead and develop work and to access training to become a qualified Youth Worker.

 

The role requires creative individuals who can build trusting relationships with young people whilst engaging them in a range of positive activities. We look for individuals who can empower young people to develop their confidence, learn new skills and raise their aspirations. 

 

This post is based in Bath City Centre and Southside Youth Hub, it requires you to work up to 6 sessions per week, in the afternoon or evening. We may require you to work occasional weekends, to support events throughout the year.
There may be opportunities to increase these hours, which can be discussed at interview.

 

Closing date for this post: Wed 29th June 2022

Interview date for this post: TBC Week beginning 4th July 2022

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Babs McPhail 07530263215 or email Barbara.mcphail@ycsw.org.ukcontact@ycsw.org.uk

Assistant Youth Support Worker – Bath

Hours:

9 hours per week

 

Salary £19,308 – £19,631 pro-rata

Based in Bath City Centre and Southside Youth Hub

This is an entry-level role for a youth worker. The role requires creative individuals who can build trusting relationships with young people whilst engaging them in a range of positive activities. We look for individuals who can empower young people to develop their confidence, learn new skills and raise their aspirations. 

 

This post is based in Bath City Centre and Southside Youth Hub, it requires you to work three sessions per week, in the afternoon or evening. We may require you to work occasional weekends, to support events throughout the year.
There may be opportunities to increase these hours, which can be discussed at interview.

 

Closing date for this post: Wed 29th June 2022

Interview date for this post: TBC Week beginning 4th July 2022

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Babs McPhail 07530263215 or email Barbara.mcphail@ycsw.org.uk / contact@ycsw.org.uk

Learning Mentor

Hours:

Available full-time (37 hours) or part-time (18.5)

 

Salary Hay 6 £25,419 - £27,514 FT

Based in around BANES including Southside Youth and Community Centre

Partnership for Learning is a personalised education provision for young people who cannot access a mainstream school/college course, often because their mental health is preventing them from doing so. They may have other medical/learning needs but can work towards academic qualifications with the appropriate support. The young people on the course will have an active Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).

The programme is delivered in partnership with Bath College, but the young people will not need to attend the college campus. The course is tailored around the needs of the young person and focusses on engaging them with positive activities, developing relationships, building confidence, and supporting them to access online learning opportunities.

 

You will hold a small caseload of young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and offer one to one support to enable them to access educational opportunities via the Partnership for Learning course. These students may range from 16 to 25 years old.

Working alongside the young person you will identify positive activities and support them to access these to build confidence and improve their wellbeing. Partnership for Learning provides a flexible approach to learning and activities and learning are often designed to meet wider learning goals and help the young person develop life skills, examples of 1 to 1 sessions you may deliver include craft, cookery, community visits, or supporting the young person to complete ASDAN/AQA short courses. You will be part of a wider team of professionals supporting the students, this will include but is not limited to, tutors, listening support and a Counsellor, Speech and Language Advisor and the Team Leader. You will liaise with other professionals and co-ordinate the young person’s weekly timetable. You may need to attend multi-agency meetings where appropriate and you will be the first point of contact for the young person and their parents/carers.

 

Closing date for this post: Mon 4th July 2022 at 9am

Interview date for this post: 12th and 14th July 2022

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Chloe or Becky on 07530 263493 or 01225396980 or email contact@ycsw.org.uk

Education Support Worker

Hours:

Available full-time (37 hours)

Salary Hay 6 £25,419 - £27,514 FT

Based in around BANES including Southside Youth and Community Centre

Education Support Packages are part of the Alternative Education offer at YCSW. They are available for young people aged 13 – 25 who cannot access a mainstream school/college course, often because their mental health is preventing them from doing so. In most instances, young people will have an active Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).

 

Education Support Packages are bespoke packages of support tailored around the needs of the young person with the aim of increasing engagement and achievement. The packages can run alongside an education placement or can be used when a young person needs additional help during a transition between placements.

 

You will hold a small caseload of young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and offer one to one support to enable them to access positive activities. A Standard Education Support Package offers 6 hours a week 1 to 1 support. The primary purpose of the role is to help young people re-engage with education. You should work alongside the young person to identify and develop an action plan and this should inform the work undertaken. Activities can be delivered at Southside or in the community and could include cookery, art, music and sporting activities. These will generally be delivered 1:1 although there is scope to develop small group work opportunities.

 

You will identify positive activities and support the young person to access these to build confidence and improve their wellbeing. The Education Support Service provides a flexible approach to learning, activities and learning are designed to meet wider learning goals and help the young person develop life skills, examples of 1 to 1 sessions you may deliver include craft, cookery, community visits, sporting activities or supporting the young person to complete ASDAN/AQA short courses. You will be part of a wider team of professionals supporting the students, this will include but is not limited to school/college staff, Listening Support Worker, Team Leader and the Programme Manager. You will liaise with other professionals and co-ordinate the young person’s weekly timetable. You will need to attend multi-agency meetings and you will be the first point of contact for the young person and their parents/carers.

 

Closing date for this post: Mon 4th July 2022 at 9am

Interview date for this post: 12th and 14th July 2022

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Chloe or Becky on 07530 263493 or 01225396980 or email contact@ycsw.org.uk

Engagement Worker

Hours:

18.5 hours per week

Salary Hay 6 £25,419 - £27,514 FT

Based in around BANES including Southside Youth and Community Centre

The Targeted Support Programme is commissioned by Bath and North East Somerset Council (B&NES) to work with young people who would benefit from additional help to achieve positive outcomes, in accordance with the B&NES Early Help Strategy. The Programme supports young people with a range of issues affecting their lives including bullying, family issues, low level mental health difficulties and poor engagement in education, training and employment. The Programme is delivered in a number of ways; sometimes by the sole agency, but often as part of a team around the young person, or by providing a contribution to a statutory plan.

 

The role requires you to undertake assessments, plan and deliver direct work with individual young people who would benefit from additional support to achieve positive outcomes, in accordance with the Early Help Strategy. You will support young people with a range of issues affecting their lives including bullying, family issues, low level mental health difficulties and poor engagement in education, training, and employment.

 

Closing date for this post: Mon 4th July 2022 at 9am

Interview date for this post: tbc

Download the full job spec here

Apply here

Applications should be made using the attached YCSW application form, CVs will not be considered.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like further information, please call Cheryl Sharp on 07530 263494 or email Cheryl.sharp@ycsw.org.uk

If you would like to know more about Youth Connect or wish to volunteer with us, please email contact@ycsw.org.uk

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