BD1, Bradford
£25,000 - £26,000 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Youth Programme Manager

Y’s Girls Peer Mentoring Development

                                                   £25,000 - £26,000

                                                37.5 hours per week


If you are looking for a meaningful job, a caring, progressive work environment and an opportunity to reach your fullest potential, consider a career with the YMCA.


We are seeking individuals who are inspired by playing an important role in changing people’s lives and therefore communities. We are all about creating inspirational pathways and opportunities, opening doors and welcoming all to get involved and make a positive difference. Working with us means helping children, young people and families at all levels of ability, from all walks of life, to develop their self-esteem and potential in new ways.


Job  Purpose

This is an exciting new post developing  and delivering our Youth Peer Mentoring Programmes across the YMCA and taking them to the next level so we can reach more young people and impact on their lives.

The post is part of a new national Y’s Girls Mentoring programme and will involve working closely with colleagues in YMCA England & Wales, YMCA Scotland and those other YMCAs across the UK who are delivering the programme.  It will also involve working locally with colleagues in social work, police and education to develop mentoring pathways and community engagement.

The post holder will recruit, train and support a team of volunteer mentors (over 18’s) to prevent vulnerable young girls from developing mild to moderate mental health difficulties by engaging them in a range of positive activities. You will engage with other professionals in joint agency referral, support and evaluation processes and will work with other service providers to provide diversion and prevention opportunities to the client group.

You will work closely with our Peer Mentoring Schools programmes proving line management to the Youth Worker delivering these creating pathways for young people between programmes.


A working week of 37.5 hours, this will involve delivery after school and early evenings two to three times per week. 

  • To the successful candidate we offer:
  • Flexible working environment
  • Opportunities to apply for other internal roles
  • An opportunity to work for a company who offer on-going development within your role
  • The post holder must be aware of equal opportunity principles and comply with the YMCA’s equal opportunity procedures.
  • Job Share will also be considered 


Closing date for the role is 9:00am on Monday 1st March 2021 Applications received after this time will not be considered.


1st stage interviews Thursday 4th March


Please note, that due to the high volume of applications we are currently receiving, we are only able to contact candidates who are successful in progressing to the next stage, if you have not been contacted within 5 days of the closing date then please presume that you have not been successful 

Posted on: 15 February 2021
Closed date: 01 March 2021
Tags: Support Worker, Social Work

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