Role summary: To be responsible for supporting youth club sessions including supporting the delivery of specific programmes of activities/ projects for and with young people.
Job location (usual place of work): Banbury
Pay rate: £10.52 per hour
Job title: Youth worker
Applications close on date: 24/09/2021
Hours are: Part time
Contract is: Temporary
Job description: Part-time hours: 3 per week on Friday evening and 3 per week on Sunday evening – term time only
The main objective is:
Support the smooth running of the Boys Youth Club and Football Group
Provide support to the Youth Leader in terms of planning and delivering of youth activities
Ensure continuity for young people by covering for sickness, holidays or to support events and activities.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities
To establish contact and build sustainable working relationships with young people to encourage and motivate their participation in the youth club.
To support the planning and delivery of agreed programmes of activities/programmes with young people which is active and fun as approved by the Project Manager.
To support the development of specific programmes of youth work aimed at promoting and ensuring the personal and social educational needs of young people are identified and met.
To ensure activities are set up prior to sessions starting and cleared away after sessions finish
To provide administration and supervision of young people during football training and practice.
Assist in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other relevant agencies involved in the provision of services to support young people. Assist in liaising with community groups and external organisations when required to raise awareness of Youth Work provision within the local areas of Banbury.
To take responsibility for the health and safety of young people, for the safeguarding of premises, furnishings and equipment, and also for the collection and recording of monies received in accordance with guidelines and instructions where appropriate.
To attend supervision meetings and annual appraisals and to contribute to staff meetings and training courses as required
This role is subject to an Enhanced DBS check
Qualifications and Experience
· A minimum of one year working face-to-face with young people – this can be from a voluntary position
NVQ/Level 2 Diploma or equivalent working with young people
· Experience of working with youth groups and clubs
· Experience of monitoring and evaluation
· A full clean UK driving licence and access to a vehicle
To apply, please contact: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01295 701728