Position: Sessional Youth Workers, Saltford Salary: £9.74 per hour (inclusive of annual leave entitlement) Hours: Sessional
Do you have a passion for working with young disadvantaged and disabled people?
WECIL are recruiting for two enthusiastic Sessional Youth Workers to deliver group and one to one youth work sessions to young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged 8 to 13. The group runs on a Wednesday evening in Saltford with very occasional Saturday Day Trips. This group runs during term time only.
The ideal candidates will be confident in working with groups and individuals to provide fun, inclusive activities that support young people to achieve positive outcomes, work toward aspirations and transition to adulthood. WECIL is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people and expects its staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check so that any criminal background (including “spent” convictions, bind-over orders or cautions) is disclosed to the organisation. If you are successful in applying for this post we will ask the DBS for a Disclosure. The position for which you are applying involves contact with vulnerable groups. It is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and all subsequent amendments (England and Wales). For this position you are not entitled to withhold information about police cautions, bind-overs, or any criminal convictions that would otherwise have been considered “spent” under the Act.
WECIL offers flexible-working hours, an excellent benefits package including a generous leave entitlement and a company pension scheme.
Please visit our website at www.wecil.co.uk/about/work-for-wecil for further information and an application form.
Please note that WECIL does not accept CVs. Application packs are also available in accessible formats. Please contact our Admin Team Leader to discuss any access needs by emailing email@example.com or telephone 0117 947 9911 (Mincom 0117 947 9912). WECIL particularly encourages applications from under-represented groups (e.g. disabled people, people from black and minority ethnic groups, lesbians and gay men)