Current Vacancies

PAID YOUTH WORK

Leaders in Charge in "Hub on the Hill", Sutton Hill Telford 
    3 hours Per Week (Term Time + 3 trips)
  
Youth Support Worker in Oswestry - Wednesday Nights

LGBT+ Youth Worker in charge (3 Hrs PW - includes 1 hour for planning & preparation) £13.14 per Hour [Level 3 qualification min]
LGBT+ Youth Support Worker (2 HRS PW) £11.52 [Level 3 qualified] ££8.57 [Unqualified]
Based in Shrewsbury, but delivering youth work on the following cycle: 
         Week 1 Shrewsbury
         Week 2 Oswestry
         Week 3 Shrewsbury
         Week 4 Shrewsbury
            & Repeat
    Travel expenses will be paid to the Oswestry & Telford Venues
    Saturday Afternoons 1.45 till 3.45 (Delivery time 2.00 till 3.30pm), Leader in charge 


    When vacancies arise we will advertise them here:

    Our rates of pay for 2018/19  are:
    Leaders in charge we pay £13.14 per hour, level 3 qualified youth workers.
    Youth Support Workers we pay £11.52 per hour for level 3 qualified staff 
    Youth Support Workers in training we pay £9.57 per hour for level 2 qualified staff and £8.57 per hour for unqualified Youth Support workers in training.

    The jobs are for evening work during term times usually for 3 or 3.5 hours for the leader in charge and 2 to 2.5 hours for the support workers.

    We offer training and on the job support to new staff

    Please contact Richard on 07710095800 for a chat if you are interested.

    We also operate a staffing pool

    so if you would like to be considered for paid youth work in the future, please complete the attached form and return it to info@sya.org.uk

    When jobs at SYA or in our partner organisations and affiliated clubs we will advertise them to people on this list in the first instance (being on the list does not give you employment, it just means that we will send you details of jobs that are appropriate, for which you can apply).


    VOLUNTEERING

    If you would like to volunteer to do some youth work, we can offer you:

    An opportunity to support voluntary Youth Clubs in your area, become a volunteer support worker (For experienced youth workers)

    An opportunity to deliver youth work in local voluntary clubs (We will give full training and support)

    An opportunity to pass on your skills and expertise
    on an occasional basis. Please see our volunteer bank.
         An example of this is where a local mechanic offered to come to a youth club and show young people how to change a wheel and check the oil, break fluid and water levels on a car, he offered to do it once, but enjoyed it so much he did it about 5 times.
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