Luton, Luton
£10.00 - £12.00 per hour
Permanent, Part-time
Job description


Responsible for the planning and delivery of weekly Youth Club & Adult Club for teenagers and adults with additional needs and disabilities.

Hours of work:  Adult Club: 7 hours per week (51 weeks) to include Tuesday evening; Youth Club: 7 hours per week (36 weeks) to include Monday evenings


Purpose of the role:

Plan, oversee and deliver both the weekly Youth club and the Adult club.  Planning hours (3.5 hours weekly for each club) will ideally be worked during office opening hours Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm; flexibility on working times within these hours can be offered.

Plan and organise activities and outcomes for members attending the clubs.    

Create and record activity plans, risk assessments, care plans, measurable outcomes, and implement behavioural strategies for each member where needed.

Directly manage and supervise support staff and volunteers at the club.

Key Responsibilities:

Working with adults with a varied range of additional needs and disabilities.

Encouraging group and peer interaction through well-planned, meaningful activities.  Organising all associated equipment and resources.

Promoting and supporting the development of social, communication and independent living skills.

Ensuring that all safeguarding policies and procedures are followed and implemented.

Planning activities within designated budgets, accounting for all expenditure

Undertaking risk assessments as needed to ensure that everyone is safe; recording any incidents and following charity policies and procedures as appropriate.

Recording of attendance, signing-in and collection of payments.

Designing and implementing appropriate behavioural strategies for each member as needed in accordance with charity policies and procedures.

Communicating and liaising with parents and carers where needed.


Previous professional or personal experience of working with disabled people is essential.

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Refreshed on: 17 February 2020
Closed date: 01 March 2020
Tags: Social Care/Development, Support Worker

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