Position: Youth Development Worker– part time 3 years
Pay: £11 per hour
Hours : 10 hours
Working Pattern: Monday and Wednesday evenings 3.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.
You should have previous 2 years’ experience working with children and young people.
You will be expected to undertake your role in line with Child Protection and health and safety legislation. You must be able to carry out group work activities with young people and have a child friendly manner.
You should possess a HNC / SVQ Level 3 Youth or Community Education or equivalent and be familiar with SHANARRI or GIFREC outcomes.
Be committed to children and young people’s right to have the best start in life and supporting them to succeed.
This post requires PVG Scheme membership / Disclosure Scotland checks.
Application forms can be obtained as follows
Application Packs: Recruitment Package – Youth Development Worker
CVs will also be accepted for this position.
Please return your completed application form or CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or to our office.
Cadder Housing Association is an Equal Opportunities employer and we make appointments on merit. We welcome applications from applicants regardless of their gender, ethnic group, religious or political beliefs, marital status, age and sexual orientation or disability.
Closing date for the applications will be Thursday 26th April 2018 at 4.00 pm.
Interviews are likely to take place week beginning 30th April 2018.
Committee Member – Cadder Housing Association
Cadder Housing Association’s overarching aim is to ‘Make Cadder Better’ and we are transforming the area with our regeneration plans and programme of improvement work to our tenants’ homes through our in-house Trade Team, whilst also providing excellent service to our tenants and other customers.
Our aim is to ensure the Committee is representative of the people they serve, therefore we would preferably like to hear from people who are:
- tenants of the Association;
- living in tenement properties.
- Aged 16-40 or over 61 years of age;
- Male; and
- Black and Minority Ethnics and Other White Groups i.e. British and European Nationals;
Do you have a passion to further improve Cadder and make it a better place to live? If so, and you interested in joining the Management Committee and together with other local people, ‘make Cadder Better’ then we would be interested to hear from you.
Our Commitment to You
The position of a Committee member is voluntary and members can claim expenses to attend meetings and associated work of the Committee. We also offer an excellent programme of training and development, which includes attendance at our annual mini-conference, attendance at seminars and sector conferences and other training to enhance your ability to perform the Committee member’s role.
We require Committee members to commit to attending up to eight Committee meetings per year, as well as participate in at least one sub-Committee. These meetings are usually scheduled for evenings and last two hours and are held in the Association’s office in Cadder. We would expect Committee members to participate in training to enhance their skills and knowledge to become an effective Committee member
For an informal chat, please contact our Director, Kenny Mollins at the office on 0141 945 6701.
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