Job: Burngreave Vestry Project Youth and Development Worker

Job Purpose

We are looking for an experienced youth and community development worker to work with young people in the Vestry Hall area of Burngreave to develop their self confidence, aspirations and skills, particularly to develop their capacity to take responsibility for and provide leadership of provision.

Specifically to:

  • Support the work with young men in Vestry Hall, predominantly aged 16-24 and mainly, but not exclusively, from Somali and Yemeni backgrounds

  • Develop work to encourage and support young women

  • Work with parents and families to enable them to support youth work with younger aged children.

The successful applicant will be part of a supportive team, but will need to be able to take a lead, work independently and on their own initiative.


£19,328 (actual amount) + 8% pension contribution.


30 hours per week, regular evening and weekend work required.

This is a short-term post funded until March 2013.

Closing Date

Thursday 23rd February 2012

For more information and an application pack contact EYP on 01142133120/ 07886777068 or

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