Outdoor Project Worker
|Deadline||Midday on Friday 1st March|
|Interviews||7th or 8th March|
The Outdoor Project Worker will help to deliver YMCA Trinity Groups Youth Services across Lowestoft, with a focus on providing informal learning at our Water Lane Allotment.
Developing self-esteem and confidence in young people, improving wellbeing, encouraging healthy life choices and raising aspirations. This work will serve all young people in the community, with a focus on those young people who are disadvantaged and most at risk of engaging in unhealthy and/or destructive lifestyles.
YMCA Trinity Group Youth Services strive to deliver excellent and relevant services to the community. With young people being the driving force behind our work, all projects are young person led.
As the Successful candidate you will be friendly, approachable and have an ability to communicate effectively with young people. You will have a recognised vocational qualification in a related area, experience of working with children young people and be able to drive.
You will have an interest in gardening and growing produce. In addition, you will need to have a good standard of literacy and be competent in using Microsoft.
This post is for 20 hours a week and will involve evening work, day times and the occasional weekend.
Please refer to the Job Description for more information, alternatively if you would like to know more please get in touch for an informal chat. You can call our friendly Youth Project Coordinator:
Kay Westgate 07971 102349 / email@example.com
The salary for this post is £10,119 per annum and we offer the following additional benefits:
- 25 Days Holiday-Pro Rata for Part-Time Staff
- Competitive rates of pay and pension
- DBS Cost Paid
- Induction Programme and on the job Training Opportunities
- Regular Supervisions
- Internal progression opportunities
- Employee Assistance Programme
Download the Job Description here to find out more.
YMCA Trinity Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff to share this commitment