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Please see below for vacancies at the wïsh centre.
We are currently looking to recruit a Youth Worker/s details below
and will soon be recruiting a Project Support Officer (Funding & Impact). Details will be posted here (updated 09/09/21)
Youth & Peer Support Group Worker
Salary: £25,137 – £27,978 pa including OLW, depending on qualifications and experience.
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week, some evening and weekend work. Open to reduced hours for the right candidate.
Term: 2 Year fixed term contract.
Benefits: 6% pension contribution. 28 days annual leave per annum, plus bank holidays. Remote home working when needed.
Location: The wïsh centre, Cedars Youth & Community Centre, Harrow and in Harrow Schools.
Closing Date: 27 September 2021
The post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced vetting and barring check and is open to female applicants only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1)
Do you care about youth mental health and are driven to help young people stop self harming or being sexually exploited? If you have experience and enthusiasm this could be the chance for you to join a dynamic charity with evidenced success at supporting young people and improving their resilience and life chances.
The Youth & Peer Support Worker is a key role at the wïsh centre to support mainly High school age young people who self harm and/or have experienced or are at risk of child or digital exploitation, peer sexual violence, or girls involved with gangs. The role provides individual and small group outreach support, peer support groups, and assemblies, workshops, advice and training to schools and other multi-agency partners.
We are seeking to recruit a qualified youth worker or similar with experience of working with young people on these issues in a support role, together with an understanding of safeguarding and the issues that we work with. The ability to outreach, manage caseloads and to undertake administrative project work is essential.
We are looking for a highly organised, genuinely caring and self-motivated person who can relate to young people and their issues, and who is confident talking to groups in a range of settings. We particularly welcome applications from young people.
Closing date for applications: 1700, Monday 27 September 2021
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