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Department of Culture, Media and Sport, City of London (Hybrid)
£49,839 - £61,627 per year + Up to £5,000 Accountancy Allowance
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SafeLives, London (Hybrid)
Band 1, £43,158 to £44,841.50 per annum
We are SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good.   
Posted 5 days ago
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Camden Town, Greater London (On-site)
Islington, Greater London
London, Greater London
Westminster, Greater London
£200 per 2hour workshop
Part-time (Freelance)
Contract (Freelance (based on Consultancy Agreement))
Job description


LMK (Let Me Know) Youth Leader (Freelance Educator / Youth Worker) 

  • Across London boroughs 

  • £200 per 2hour workshop 

  • Sessional 

  • Available for a minimum of one delivery per month, pending workshop demands


About LMK

Good relationships shape our health and happiness, yet we are taught so little about them. LMK is a registered education charity on a mission to change that. We run workshops educating young people about healthy and unhealthy behaviours, so that they can avoid abuse and thrive in relationships. 

Using film and guided discussions, our workshop leaders support children and young people in honest conversations about relationships and leave them better equipped to spot the early warning signs of abuse and inspire them to enjoy healthy, fulfilling relationships.  We explore the 10 signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships and include practical lessons young people want to learn about (like consent) and practice scenarios in a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment. 

LMK is a learning organisation and prides itself in supporting leaders to develop their skills. We offer training and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities, as well as peer-to-peer learning and reflective practice sessions.

Job Description 

LMK is looking for passionate and organised educators (LMK Leaders) to run community workshops, aimed at young people aged between 11 and 24. Through engaging, relatable, workshops you will help young people identify signs of healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviours, provide strategies for them to recognise the early warning signs of abuse and give them tools to keep themselves and their friends safe. 

The minimum hours required per workshop is 3 hrs. This includes arriving 30 minutes before delivery, 1.5 to 2 hrs delivery and then remaining back 10 minutes and being accessible to young people who would like further information or a one-to-one conversation, surrounding the subject of relationships.

There is also 30 minutes admin, which is usually completed off-site, such as inputting student surveys and a Leader survey.



  • Always adhere to LMK and partner safeguarding practices and procedures.

  • Respond to comms (emails/WhatsApp) sent out by LMK core team members, in a timely manner, to support planning and organising of sessions.

  • Meet with co-facilitators to carry out pre-session planning, minimum two working days before delivery.

  • Plan and deliver interactive LMK workshops in educational, sports and community settings in line with LMK delivery style and ethos.

  • Use your experience and knowledge of the issues affecting young people to tailor the workshops accordingly. 

  • Ensure all youth participants and the adults in school/community organisations who attend a LMK workshop complete the post session feedback surveys.

  • Complete reflective post session Leader surveys to support practice and programme development, after each workshop.

  • Debrief with LMK’s Programme Manager and provide ongoing feedback about your sessions, through LMK’s reflective practice processes.

  • Undertake relevant training associated with LMK’s work including but not restricted to child protection, safeguarding, violence against women and girls (VAWG).

  • Continue to learn about and develop your skills on the issues affecting young people’s relationships including domestic violence, abuse, adverse childhood experiences, trauma informed practice, gang culture and grooming, mental health, sexual exploitation, consent, sharing of nudes /sexting, bullying in person and online, tech and online safety, pornography.

  • Provide feedback and co-design training and educational resources on issues affecting young people and their relationships, including opportunities to share your knowledge and expertise at peer-to-peer learning sessions.

  • Attend termly virtual Leader huddles to remain connected to peers and organisational values, mission, and purpose.

  • Contribute towards and keep up to date with LMK internal/external communications platforms, such as LMK Newsletters and social media.

  • Engage with LMK’s Youth Advisory Board Members, if and when invited to do so.

  • Lead by example and promote healthy relationship behaviours in your own lives/communities and within LMK (team player; acknowledging and working with diversity; being receptive to new ideas and developmental feedback, etc)

  • Use your own networks to recruit new schools and youth groups into the programme.

  • Drive forward our evaluation programme - collecting data, as well as providing on-going feedback to LMK.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Extensive experience of teaching or working with young people (9 to 24 yrs old) in an educational, sports or community setting.

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience co-designing, delivering and evaluating group sessions, consisting of minimum, of 12 and maximum of 30 participants.

  • Experience or co-designing session plans and co-facilitating with others; able to collaborate equally with others.

  • A strong commitment to young people and knowledge and understanding of issues affecting their relationships.

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal skills with the ability to create a safe and non-judgmental space, that allows young people to speak freely about their relationships and experience.

  • Strong emotional intelligence and the ability to deliver sensitive information whilst treating young people’s concerns with respect.

  • Capable of maintaining confidentiality and professional boundaries with young people, peers, and professionals.

  • Able to adapt and be flexible in workshops to get the best engagement from a range of participants. 

  • Skilled at facilitating virtual workshops and working with a selection of online portals. 



  • Entitled to work in the UK.

  • Hold a DBS certificate or be willing to let us undertake a check on your behalf. 

  • Have a recent safeguarding qualification from a recognised provider or be willing to undertake additional training in this area.

  • Flexibility to work non-traditional, after-school and occasional weekend / holiday hours.

  • Comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, confidentiality, data protection and reporting concerns to an appropriate person.

LMK strives to create a fair and healthy environment where all our colleagues feel valued and able to be their authentic selves at work. We understand that our people have commitments and personal interests outside of work and so we create a flexible working environment, in which people can perform at their best.

LMK values the differences that a diverse workforce brings and is committed to inclusivity. We welcome all applicants from any race, ethnicity, colour, religion, gender, age, sexuality, or any other protected characteristic.

We can make reasonable adjustments throughout the application process and on the job. Please let us know, by contacting us separately if you need any adjustments or changes to be made during the recruitment process because of a disability or long-term health condition.


You can learn more about how we handle your personal data and your rights by reviewing our privacy notice LMK Privacy Policy 

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Posted on: 08 April 2024
Closing date: 07 May 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Advice, Information,Training,Advocacy,Social Work

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