Creative Youth Network Youth Worker
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Deadline Monday 25 February 2019
Salary £22,601 (pro rata)
Hours 20 Hours Per Week
Interview Date 4th March 2019
We're looking for a creative professional with a youth work background and / or experience of working with young people. The post will engage young people from across the city through outreach and in youth clubs into inspirational and creative courses. We welcome applications from those working in / with backgrounds in theatre, dance, singing, visual arts, digital media, game design or creative writing.
This is an exciting time for Creative Youth Network as we’re developing new ways of working and providing even more opportunities for young people to unlock their potential regardless of their backgrounds.
The ideal candidates will be knowledgeable in their area of creativity being able to plan, deliver and evaluate creative workshops, whilst also being able to work as part of a team, and support young people from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds.
This post will be based in the Hillfields area but has scope to move areas in the future as detailed on the Job Description.
Salary: £22,601 (pro rata) grade 2.3
Hours: 20 Hours Per Week
Application deadline: 25th February 2019, 09:00
Interviews: 4th March 2019
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
For more information and to apply, please email [email protected].
Please get in touch if you have an interest in the role and we’ll answer any questions you may have.
Applications are preferred in a Word Doc format.
Creative Youth Network is committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity.
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