Vacancies / Staff
Community Central Hall offers a wide range of services to the local community. Here are a list of current vacancies at Community Central Hall:
Sessional Youth Worker post – Breakthrough Youth Services
This post is being generously funded by BBC Children in Need and we welcome CV’s from any individuals looking to work in a creative and busy person centered service with a desire & drive to make a positive difference to young people in the local community.
Want to make a positive difference and contribution to young people in the community?
Do you have experience of working with young people?
Do you enjoy working in a diverse busy environment?
Can you work as part of a team but also take initiative?
If so we would like to hear from you!
Wage £10 per hour
Hours 10 hours per week
Location Community Central Hall, 304 Maryhill, Road, Glasgow, G20 7YE
Duration 1 post funded until September 2019
Closing Date 7 October 2018
Starting Date Soon as possible following PVG Checks and 2 satisfactory references
Community Central Hall provides a service for both children and vulnerable adults within the Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (SCSWIS) registered services CCH Happy Days Nursery, CCH Safe ‘til Six and Older Peoples Services.
To work with young people aged 11 – 16yrs living in North West Glasgow, particularly the Maryhill, Milton, and Possilpark areas. Our mission is to listen, challenge and value local young people and with them create opportunities which raise their own and their community’s expectations of them.
This hands-on role will strive to offer new recreational, learning, and development activities to maximise the potential of socially-excluded young people, targeting those who offend, are at-risk of offending, and/or display challenging behaviour.
In this connection, the role will primarily be responsible for supporting the delivery of the Breakthrough Service which delivers a diverse programme of activities including general information and advice, 1:to:1 and group issue-based support, recreational work, and personal development support. Through these activities, the role will develop positive relationships with participating young people to support their increased confidence and inclusion.
The role will develop key working relationships with the Youth Development Team Leader, Community Development Youth Worker, Youth Worker(s), and other support workers.
To work as a member of the wider Youth Service and continually evolve service content and delivery in line with the changing needs of local young people; agreed development plans; and best practice/regulatory requirements.
- To support the development and delivery of the Breakthrough Service’s programme of activities, learning experiences, and development opportunities for young people via the provision of evening activities and drop-in support. This will also include the delivery of the service’s comprehensive holiday programme delivered during school term breaks.
- To work in an inventive and supportive manner to challenge the anti-social behaviour of local young people.
- To work with young people using an empowerment approach to promote self-help and help them gain new skills to aid their personal development.
- To liaison with the Youth Development Team Leader and Youth Worker(s) to contribute to the enhancement of the service by providing regular feedback and debriefs on the content/delivery of the Breakthrough Service.
- To support administrative tasks in relation to youth service provision, where appropriate.
- To undertake any other tasks and duties reasonably requested by the Departmental Manager.
How to apply:
Email CV to email@example.com
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