Sheffield, South Yorkshire
£15,913.50 per annum, pro rata
Permanent, Part-time, 17.5 hours per week
Job description

Young People Development Officer

£15,913.50 per annum, pro rata

plus 7% Employers Pension Contribution

17.5 hours per week (full-time equivalent 35 hours)

initially funded until 31st March 2023

 

Can you motivate and inspire young people to become the best that they can be?

Interested in supporting young people to develop their essential life skills and gain new experiences?

Are you able to deliver exciting and innovative group activity sessions for young people?

If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions, the Young People Development Officer role might be for you! 

 

The post holder will work with local young people, living in the Foxhill and Parson Cross neighbourhoods of Sheffield, to co-design, plan, develop and deliver exciting after-school activities based on local needs to support them to become positive and active citizens as they grow older. 

Activities and skills are likely to include growing and gardening, communication and teamwork, outdoor skills, problem solving and citizenship. The opportunities will support young people to develop valuable life skills and experiences through fun and engaging sessions. Young people will build up records of accomplishments and receive certificates of achievement.

On Saturday mornings, a Brunch Club will be delivered providing the opportunity for young people to prepare and cook a healthy breakfast or lunch, participate in arts & crafts and join in with sport and exercise. 

The post holder will record, monitor and evaluate young people’s activities, and the development made by each child & young person using project monitoring and tracking systems. 

 

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Foxhill Forum

Foxhill Forum is a community charity based in North East Sheffield that provised a range of activities, services and opportunities for the... Read more

Refreshed on: 21 January 2021
Closed date: 09 February 2021
Tags: Social Care/Development, Operations