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Summary of Role:

About The Role
To contribute to the delivery of a programme of high-quality youth work, including open access, detached youth work, small group work, delivery in and with schools, 1:1 support, and other community provision.
To liaise and work in close partnership with a range of sector colleagues, both in terms of operational delivery and opportunities for partnership growth.
The role is primarily responsible for delivery in Bristol but the post holder will be expected to work flexibly with colleagues to cover other areas as required (primarily South Gloucestershire but also potentially spanning new locations).
About Us
Creative Youth Network is an award-winning charity with a mission to enable young people to reach their potential, no matter what their background or circumstances. Operating across Bristol and South Gloucestershire, we offer a range of services ranging from our 10 local youth clubs, to targeted support for young people with specific needs, work within schools (in particular for young people at risk of disengaging from education), and an exciting range of creative courses, programmes and activities, including early career support for young people embarking on careers in the creative sector. Our services are rated “Outstanding” by the National Youth Agency.
The Benefits

  • 33 days annual leave (inc. bank holidays) per year pro rata
    • Excellent family friendly policies
    • A generous pension scheme
    • A cycle to work scheme
    • Paid breaks
    • Fantastic development opportunities
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Virtual GP consultation and medical advice service

Next Steps
A full Job Description is available to download on our website here you can also apply.
In accordance with our Safer Recruitment Policy, we are unable to accept CV’s and ask that you complete the application form instead.
This role is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.
Creative Youth Network is committed to inclusivity, equality, and equity. We pride ourselves on giving opportunities to people of all walks of life and all class backgrounds. This includes people who identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, are early in their careers or come from groups who experience racial inequality.

Interview Date(s):
Stage 1 – Wednesday 13th March – in session (early evening) delivering an activity
Stage 2 – Thursday 14th March – ‘formal style’ interview (daytime – tbc) with panel

Job Tenure:

Part Time – Hours: 20 hours per week (40 FTE), including evenings (there will be a mix of hours/working patterns across the team, to meet the needs of the service)

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£26,312 per annum (£13,156 pro rata)

Link to full information on job:

Job Openings (peoplehr.net)

Application End Date:

04/03/2024

Summary of Role:

Hours: 40 hours per week (realistic proposals to work part time / over 4 days per week will be considered)
Contract: Fixed Term (Maternity Cover) until 31st May 2025
Application deadline: 9 am Monday 11th March 2024
Proposed Interview Date: Friday 22nd March 2024

About the role:
As Head of Youth Services you will lead the delivery and development of a portfolio of universal, specialist, targeted and detached youth work programmes across Bristol and South Gloucestershire, providing both strategic and operational leadership.
To act as strategic lead for youth service delivery, including safeguarding and monitoring & evaluation, shaping the way in which provision is delivered through the further embedding of integrity, quality and impact.
Consolidating relationships with partners and other stakeholders, positioning the organisation in the minds of actual and potential new partners, and sustaining and developing existing partnerships.

About Us
Creative Youth Network is an award-winning charity with a mission to enable young people to reach their potential, no matter what their background or circumstances. Operating across Bristol and South Gloucestershire, we offer a range of services ranging from our 10 local youth clubs, to targeted support for young people with specific needs, work within schools (in particular for young people at risk of disengaging from education), and an exciting range of creative courses, programmes and activities, including early career support for young people embarking on careers in the creative sector. Our services are rated “Outstanding” by the National Youth Agency.
As an employer we are committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health and wellbeing of all our employees, and we take a modern, flexible approach in all of our employment practices.
The Benefits
• 33 days annual leave (inc. bank holidays) per year pro rata
• Excellent family friendly policies
• A generous pension scheme
• A cycle to work scheme
• Paid breaks
• Fantastic development opportunities.
• Employee Assistance Program
• Virtual GP consultation and medical advice service


Next Steps
A full Job Description and Job Pack are available to download on our website
In accordance with our Safer Recruitment Policy, we are unable to accept CVs and ask that you complete the application form instead.
This role is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.

Creative Youth Network is committed to inclusivity, equality, and equity. We pride ourselves on giving opportunities to people of all walks of life and all class backgrounds. This includes people who identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, are early in their careers or come from groups who experience racial inequality.
As an employer we are committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health and wellbeing of all our staff.

Job Tenure:

Maternity Cover

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£49,334 per annum

Link to full information on job:

Job Openings (peoplehr.net)

Application End Date:

11/03/2024

Summary of Role:

Age UK South Gloucestershire is an independent, local charity. We have been working in the community for over 25 years to support older people, their families and carers. We have a vision for South Gloucestershire to be a place where older people feel empowered, respected, connected and enabled to make the very best of later life in communities that truly value, support and welcome them.

We are now looking to recruit a motivated individual with a fundraising background to develop and deliver an effective, compliant and sustainable fundraising strategy for the charity, with particular emphasis on developing grant income and donations.

To be successful in this role, you will be proactive, have a positive solution-focused attitude, and appreciate the importance of your role in enabling the organisation to meet its goals.

Age UK South Gloucestershire offers a generous benefits package, and the charity is committed to equalities, diversity and inclusion and therefore encourages applications from all sectors of the community.

If that person could be you, download an application pack from our website. Please return completed application forms to hr@ageuksouthglos.org.uk. Applications will not be accepted when submitted via agencies, CVs or other recruitment platforms.

You are advised to submit your application as soon as possible, as we reserve the right to close the post at any time once we have received sufficient applications.

Closing date: 8 am, Tuesday 27th February 2024
Interviews: Within two weeks of the closing date

Job Tenure:

Part Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£27,772 per annum, (pro-rata £16,663.20)

Link to full information on job:

Age UK South Gloucestershire – Work for us

Application End Date:

27/02/2024

Summary of Role:

Age UK South Gloucestershire is an independent, local charity. We have been working in the community for over 25 years to support older people, their families and carers. We have a vision for South Gloucestershire to be a place where older people feel empowered, respected, connected and enabled to make the very best of later life in communities that truly value, support and welcome them.

Age UK South Gloucestershire is looking to recruit 2 Routes-2-Wellbeing Outreach Workers. The post holder will work collaboratively with AUKSG project leads, Head of Finance, external health and social care providers as well as other VCSE organisations.

To be successful in this role, you will be proactive, have a positive solution-focused attitude, and a willingness to undertake training to support the Routes-2-Wellbeing Project Coordinator.

Age UK South Gloucestershire offers a generous benefits package, and the charity is committed to equalities, diversity and inclusion and therefore encourages applications from all sectors of the community.

If that person could be you, download an application pack from our website. Please return completed application forms to hr@ageuksouthglos.org.uk. Applications will not be accepted when submitted via agencies, CVs or other recruitment platforms.

You are advised to submit your application as soon as possible, as we reserve the right to close the post at any time once we have received sufficient applications

Closing date: 8 am, Monday 4th March 2024
Interviews: Within two weeks of the closing date

Job Tenure:

Full Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£24,375

Link to full information on job:

Age UK South Gloucestershire – Work for us

Application End Date:

04/03/2024

Summary of Role:

Age UK South Gloucestershire is an independent, local charity. We have been working in the community for over 25 years to support older people, their families and carers. We have a vision for South Gloucestershire to be a place where older people feel empowered, respected, connected and enabled to make the very best of later life in communities that truly value, support and welcome them.

Age UK South Gloucestershire is looking to recruit a proactive, organised and adaptable individual to be our Routes-2-Wellbeing Project Coordinator, you would develop, coordinate and deliver our new Routes-2-Wellbeing support service for older people throughout South Gloucestershire.

To be successful in this role, you will be proactive, have a positive solution-focused attitude, and appreciate the importance of your role in enabling the organisation to meet its goals.

Age UK South Gloucestershire offers a generous benefits package, and the charity is committed to equalities, diversity and inclusion and therefore encourages applications from all sectors of the community.

If that person could be you, download an application pack from our website. Please return completed application forms to hr@ageuksouthglos.org.uk. Applications will not be accepted when submitted via agencies, CVs or other recruitment platforms.

You are advised to submit your application as soon as possible, as we reserve the right to close the post at any time once we have received sufficient applications

Closing date: 8 am, Monday 4th March 2024
Interviews: Within two weeks of the closing date

Job Tenure:

Full Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£27,300 

Link to full information on job:

Age UK South Gloucestershire – Work for us

Application End Date:

04/03/2024

Summary of Role:

We’re looking for a Team Leader to lead our team of Social Prescribing Hospital Link Workers, working alongside the newly created Transfer of Care hub, known as Going Home from Hospital. You will work with other Link Workers, colleagues from the NHS, Adult Social Care and other VSCE organisations, in a fast-paced, responsive environment.

Your role will be to lead the team of Link Workers and to understand what patients need and to support them to return home, encouraging confidence, independence, and a connection with their community.

In this Team Leader role, you can expect to:

Provide leadership and support for Link Workers
Liaise with hospital staff and Southern Brooks colleagues to consistently seek to improve the service and expedite hospital discharge.
Be responsible for triaging referrals from hospital teams and clinical professionals.
Be responsible for the day-to-day management of delegating each referral to the appropriate Link Worker.
Build strategic relationships throughout the hospital to promote the service
Manage your own case load
Ideally, you will have experience of Leadership, coaching and management of team members and/or teams, and significant experience of working in a similar, client-facing role, and importantly, you will have the ability to work positively with clients and colleagues, be diligent and proactive.

As a vital member of our team and in return for your expertise, dedication, empathy and passion, we will provide a favourable salary , excellent annual leave and sickness benefits, and will even give you the day off for your birthday! And you will join a passionate, inclusive, committed and welcoming workplace.

Job Tenure:

Full Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

 

£28,841 

Link to full information on job:

Hospital Link Worker – Team Leader – Southern Brooks Community Partnerships

Application End Date:

04/03/2024

Summary of Role:

We’re looking for a Social Prescribing Hospital Link Worker to work alongside the newly created Transfer of Care hub, known as Going Home from Hospital. You will work with other Link Workers, colleagues from the NHS, Adult Social Care and other VSCE organisations, in a fast-paced, responsive environment.

Your role will be to understand what patients need and to support them to return home, encouraging confidence, independence, and a connection with their community.

In this Link Worker role, you can expect to:

Provide personalised support using motivational interviewing and other techniques to establish the needs of the individual
Support individuals to address barriers to accessing services or maintaining independence
Empower individuals to maximise the control they have over their lives
Co-produce action plans and facilitate follow-through.
Engage with and work alongside colleagues from other organisations.
Input data and complete case studies to show effectiveness of the project
Manage your own case load
Ideally, you will have experience of working in a similar, client-facing role, and importantly, you will have the ability to work positively with clients and colleagues, be diligent and proactive.

As a vital member of our team and in return for your expertise, empathy and passion, we will provide a favourable salary , excellent annual leave and sickness benefits, and will even give you the day off for your birthday! And you will join a passionate, inclusive, committed and welcoming workplace.

Apply and register your interest in this full-time Social Prescribing Hospital Link Worker position in South Gloucestershire by 9am on Monday 4th March 2024. Interviews will be held on 11th, 13th and 14th March 2024.

Job Tenure:

Full Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£26,604
Link to full information on job:

Social Prescribing Hospital Link Worker – Southern Brooks Community Partnerships

Application End Date:

04/03/2024

Summary of Role:

Southern Brooks is looking for a Community Development Coordinator (Environmental Sustainability) to join our energetic team, to work with local residents, agencies and partners to bring people together through activities and events to promote environmental sustainability.

Being part of Southern Brooks means more than just work. There’s a huge range of fun and exciting things that you can get involved in.

If you were already in this in this Community Development role, you might be doing some of these things this week:

Provide community leadership working in partnership with local groups involved in environmental sustainability
Raise funding to support community development approaches towards environmental sustainability
Build relationships with and between community environmental groups
Promote opportunities for social action including encouraging environmental sustainability champions
To apply, you will need to be a persistent and reliable conduit for introductions and linking people with others, groups, and activities in relation to environmental sustainability.

Job Tenure:

Part Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£24,249 (pro rata)
Link to full information on job:

Community Development Coordinator (Environmental Sustainability) – Southern Brooks Community Partnerships

Application End Date:

23/02/2024

Summary of Role:

To contribute to the delivery of a programme of high-quality youth work, including open access, detached youth work, small group work, delivery in and with schools, 1:1 support, and other community provision.

To liaise and work in close partnership with a range of sector colleagues, both in terms of operational delivery and opportunities for partnership growth.

Job Tenure:

Part Time

Annual/Pro rata salary:

£25,059 per annum – £12,529.50 pro rata
Link to full information on job:

Job Openings (peoplehr.net)

Application End Date:

21/02/2024

Summary of Role:

Do you have a passion for working with Disabled Children and Young People?
WECIL are recruiting for an enthusiastic Sessional Support Worker to deliver regular one to-one sessions, to Disabled
Children and Young People (some with complex needs and/or challenging behaviour) in South Gloucestershire. This
may be in the family home or the community.
The ideal candidate will be confident in working with Disabled Children and Young People in a 1:1 environment.
Regular travel across the South Gloucestershire area is required.

Job Tenure:

Part Time
Annual/Pro Rata salary:Hourly

Link to full information on job:

https://wecil.org.uk/contact/join-us/

Application End Date:

30/04/2024
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