Centre 33 is looking to recruit 2 Engagement & Support Project Workers, with significant practical experience of working with young people and providing practical support and guidance, as part of the Centre 33 'Someone To Talk To' service in Cambridgeshire.
Your role will be to work within our Engagement and Support team to deliver excellent, safe, impactful and responsive services to young people while developing good local relationships with other organisations.
You will be part of our open access 'one stop shop' offering information and on-going support to young people (aged 13-25), about how to make informed choices about their wellbeing, health, housing and much more.
You will have wide-ranging and demonstrable experience of working with a complex case-load, assessing risk and need, and partnership working. You will thrive in a fast paced, variable role that requires a non-judgemental and supportive approach to your work with young people.
By listening to local young people, and local partners, and sharing your findings with the Someone To Talk To team you will support Centre 33 to embed and develop a more impactful service in line with the organisation’s strategic plan.
Your main base will be our Cambridge and Ely hubs, with additional working across county on an ad hoc basis (occasional cover). Your usual working days will be Tuesday – Saturday
(9:30-6 Tues – Fri and 9:30-2:30 Sat)
A driving license and use of a car is desirable for this post.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.