Working at City YMCA, London is a rewarding, demanding and enriching experience that leaves a significant mark in everyone's career history.
We have almost 100 employees who are always willing to go an extra mile to ensure that their work contributes to the achievement of the organisational mission to help young people build a future.
Working at City YMCA, London is a challenging and exciting experience!
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Job Description: Youth Coordinator
Location: All London Boroughs City YMCA, London operates in.
Reporting to: Housing and Youth Manager
Hours: 21 hours per week 11am to 7pm or 1pm to 9pm as required.
Annual Leave: 28 days (inclusive of public holidays), pro-rated to 17 days per annum
Salary: Grade D1. £24,163 per annum pro-rata for 21 hours per week, £14,498 per annum
Other Benefits: Contributory pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement which grows with your length of service, long service award and free confidential telephonecounselling service
Developing and managing a range of projects for local young people using both our youth and accommodation project services. The role requires the line-management of part-time staff, volunteers and peer workers by providing support and training in identified areas of development. As well as developing strong links between the youth provision and the local community.
City YMCA, London housing projects provides short term temporary accommodation for single homeless vulnerable young people aged 16 to 25 from a variety of backgrounds, including: offending, mental health, domestic violence and alcohol & drug abuse.The projects are open 24/7 – 365 days a year.
Closing Date: Sunday, 21 October, 10 PM
Propose short list: W/C 22 October 2018
Proposed Interviews: W/C 29 October 2018
HOW TO APPLY
We undertake to work closely with local people, business, employers and other voluntary and community groups, churches, other faith groups and partners to build a more tolerant, compassionate and respectful place in which we all can live and work.
We value a diverse workforce and recognise the important role it has in promoting and encouraging tolerance, fairness and equality and in influencing others.
We pride ourselves on having a learning and development culture where staff delight in their personal and professional growth whilst in our employment.
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