Quakers seek youth development worker for Bath & Bristol area

The Quakers are hiring a youth development officer for the Bath & Bristol area. It’s worthwhile and valuable work with lots of responsibility, and decent pay from an equal-opportunities employer.

If that could be you see full details below. Apply by Sun 25 Nov.

Artwork by young Bath Quakers

 

Children and Young People’s Work Team

Salary                        £27,942 per annum

Contract                    Fixed term – until 31 May 2021

Hours                        Full time – 35 hours per week

Location                   Bristol and Bath, including surrounding towns and rural areas

Quakers in Britain is looking for an experienced youth development worker to initiate, facilitate and deliver a range of opportunities aimed at increasing the engagement and participation of young Quakers (and other young people) aged 11–18. The successful candidate will work with Quaker communities and be alongside young people. You will be able to build community effectively, promote youth participation, and empower adults in Quaker meetings to respond more readily to young people.

You will be organised, with the ability to plan, deliver, monitor, and evaluate projects and programmes for young people. You will also be able to build positive relationships and communicate effectively with young people, local Quaker communities, colleagues, and other stakeholders.

To apply, go to www.quaker.org.uk/job-opportunities/jobs. To find out more about our Children and Young People’s work, go to our website at www.quaker.org.uk/cyp

Closing date            Sunday 25 November 2018

Interviews                 Tuesday 11 December 2018 (at Friends House, London NW1)

Britain Yearly Meeting is committed to equality in all its employment practices.

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