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Applications for all posts can be made online.  

Please complete and return the application form (word version) to recruitment@bathymca.co.uk  or Bath YMCA, International House, Broad St Place, Bath, BA1 5LH.  For further information, contact recruitment@bathymca.co.uk stating the post you are interested in.

All posts that involve working with children will require a DBS check, costs will be met by Bath YMCA.

 


Volunteer Host Families

We believe that every young person should have a safe place to stay.

Nightstop provides a safe, supportive bed for the night in the home of a host volunteer. Here, a young person in need of emergency accommodation will get a room of their own, an evening meal, breakfast, access to wash facilities and a friendly host.

Our staff assist the young person as they explore their housing options or support them to return to the family home. A young person can stay for 1 to 7 nights giving themselves and partner agencies the opportunity to look for appropriate housing.

Can you help?

To be able to offer this invaluable service to young people we need hosts. Hosts receive reimbursement for their expenses. You can host once or twice a week or month it is dependent on your availability. If you can offer a room to a young person and are interested in becoming a host please nightstop@bathymca.co.uk or 01225 325912 for an information pack or informal chat.

 


Post: Youth Project Worker

Location: Based at Street Youth and Community Centre but delivering project work in Street & Glastonbury

Hours: 4 hours per week

Rate of Pay:   £9.99 per hour from 1st April 2017

Contract Type: Fixed term until 31/03/2020

The Role

  • To develop and deliver non-centred based youth work for young people aged 11-19 in Street and Glastonbury.
  • To work with local young people, in their community, through setting up, delivering and evaluating a range of relevant, effective youth work projects. Each project would last between 6-10 weeks and be relevant to the community and provide young people with fun informal learning and developmental opportunities.
  • To deliver an annual town centre project to challenge perceived negative stereotyping of young people
  • To provide young people in the area with support, guidance, and positive activities in order to help them reach their potential and become valued members of the community

You may have experience as or in:  Care Worker, Care Staff, Care Assistant, Support Staff, Support Worker, Challenging Behaviour, Voluntary Sector, Social Work, Social Care Worker, Teaching, Teaching Assistant, Community Services, Community Development, Youth Work, Youth Worker, and Youth Provision

The post holder will:

  • be prepared to undergo an Enhanced DBS
  • be able to respect the Christian ethos of the YMCA and uphold its values.

To apply, please click on the link below and complete an application form, CV’s are not accepted.

https://ymcamendip.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=5125c504-f3ed-482e-a396-8fa9c3b9e136

For a quick chat, Please contact 01749 679553 option 4 and ask to speak to Andrea White.

Closing Date for Applications: 18/12/2017
Interview date: 9&10/01/2018


Post: Youth Project Team Leader

Location: Based at Street Youth and Community Centre but delivering project work in Street & Glastonbury

Hours: 7.5 hours per week (day and evening project work)

Rate of Pay: £12.61 per hour from 1st April 2017

Contract Type: Fixed term until 31/03/2020

The Role

  • To work with Youth & Community Team Leader West Mendip (line-manager) in developing a strategic delivery plan for project work in Street & Glastonbury.
  • To manage a team of project workers and be involved in delivery across both towns in order to increase development of our services.
  • To work with local young people, in their community, through setting up, delivering and evaluating a range of relevant, effective youth work projects. Each project would last between 6-10 weeks and be relevant to the community and provide young people with fun informal learning and developmental opportunities.
  • To deliver an annual town centre project to challenge perceived negative stereotyping of young people
  • To provide young people in the area with support, guidance, and positive activities in order to help them reach their potential and become valued members of the community

You may have experience as or in:

Outreach Worker, Support Staff, Support Worker, Challenging Behaviour, Voluntary Sector, Social Work, Social Care Worker, Teaching, Teaching Assistant, Community Services, Community Development, Youth Work, Youth Worker, Detached Youth Worker and Youth Provision, line managing a team, project development

The post holder will:

  • be prepared to undergo an Enhanced DBS
  • be able to respect the Christian ethos of the YMCA and uphold its values.

To apply, please click on the link below and complete an application form, CV’s are not accepted.

https://ymcamendip.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=9658f6b4-a0f1-4bea-ad1a-867baebce6de

For a quick chat, please contact 01749 679553 option 4 and ask to speak to Andrea White.

Closing Date for Applications:    18/12/2017
Interview date: 9&10/01/2018

 


P2I Support Worker Cluster Units– permanent  -Based in Yeovil

Annual Salary: £19,998.2

Full-time: 37.5 hours per week on average on a shift system (3 weeks rolling rota- include one week-end in three).

If you believe in making a difference and would like to join our successful team please click on the link below and apply. You will need to complete and return an application form, CV’s will not be considered.

https://ymcamendip.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=5289c5a5-64c4-45c0-ae8e-6fe4a1166c49

The post holder will:

  • be prepared to undergo an Enhanced DBS
  • be able to respect the Christian ethos of the YMCA and uphold its values.

If you would like to have an informal chat regarding the role please contact Vanessa Orton/ Shelby Tompkins on 01749 679553 option 4.

Closing date: Thursday 14th December
Interviews:  20th December

Organisation background:

We are passionate about helping young people fulfil their potential and provide a range of services to support young people aged 16 – 25. Our work in the area includes Youth Club provision which is currently expanding, and the delivery of the P2i Service working with young people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.