Youth Wellbeing Coordinator
£28,000 per annum
Hours per week: Full Time, 40 hpw (role will require availability to work evenings/ weekends)
Employment type: 2 Years Fixed Term (November 2023)
Our client is an ambitious and well-established housing group with deep roots in their three heartlands of Liverpool, St Helens and Warrington.
Their charitable arm is committed in supporting the development of stronger communities; creating connected, independent and sustainable neighbourhoods, through empowering people to achieve their full potential. Dedicated to their staff, families and communities, striving for happy and healthy lives for all.
The Foundation has distinct programmes to support employment and skills, health and wellbeing, financial and digital inclusion, and young people. They are expanding their programmes and are recruiting across all disciplines.
They are looking for dynamic and compassionate workers who enjoy developing their own skills alongside enabling their clients to grow, achieve and succeed. Are you a team player who would thrive within this inclusive culture? If yes, they want to hear from you.
About the role:
Their Hub is a state-of-the-art world class facility for young people and the community, delivering a range of youth work programmes and interventions. They are currently seeking a Youth Wellbeing Coordinator who can take responsibility for the development and delivery of a pathways programme to support young people referred from CAMHS and other partner agencies to enhance emotional wellbeing and increase resilience.
Please Note: As young people will be part of the interview and selection process all interviews will take place on an evening/ weekend.
Your main responsibilities will include:
Coordinate and lead the delivery of group based emotional wellbeing interventions to young people (11-17yrs) referred from CAMHS or signposted from partner agencies.
To manage the wellbeing youth work team to deliver targeted group work interventions.
Deliver monitor and review activities in line with their Foundation’s Youth Impact Framework and Theory of Change.
Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to build effective working relationships, ensuring a network of providers are in place to be able to signpost and refer young people too.
To be successful in this role you will have:
A professional qualification in Youth Work, Social Work, Counselling or similar.
Substantial experience of working with young people delivering wellbeing related programmes and activities.
A track record of successful staff and volunteer management
Be passionate, committed and self-motivated to inspire others to change.
*Due to the nature of this role, any offers made will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
What they offer:
In return for your hard work, they can offer you a modern workplace that is challenging, supportive and gives you room to grow your skills along with:
22 days holiday rising to 25 plus bank holidays (pro rata)
Holiday purchase scheme
Company Pension Scheme – Employer contribution of 6%
Company life assurance