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    Job Title:               Children and Young Person’s Outreach Worker 18 hours per week 1-year fixed term contract
    Salary:                   £ 24,276 FTE pro rata per annum 
    We are seeking a part time Outreach Worker to join our friendly team and help develop our Golden Thread Programme.
    The objectives of the programme are to:
    ·       Promote the benefits of volunteering and citizenship among young people.
    ·       Support young people to engage in activities within their local community that support their health, wellbeing, and development.
    ·       Give young people the opportunity to be mentored by adults who can help them progress and learn new skills.
    ·       Work closely with our partner organisations to ensure that volunteering and citizenship forms part of the offer to young people in our district.
    You will have: 
    ·        At least 2 years’ experience of working with children and young people.
    ·        Experience of recruiting and training volunteers.
    . Experience of working with partner agencies and developing services in response to need
    . Experience of working with community groups
    . A “can do” attitude
     The application form and Job Description can be downloaded and for further information please contact louisecasey-simpson@nandscvs.org

    Community Outreach & Engagement Worker

    Job Title:               Community Outreach & Engagement Worker

    Hours:                   18 hours per week – 1 year Fixed Term Contract

    Salary:                   £24,276 FTE per annum Pro rata

    Base:                     Hybrid working – Edwinstowe House and other with travel throughout Nottinghamshire

    In this varied and rewarding role, you will engage with a range of groups; providing support through a variety of methods, you will empower and help them to clearly identify issues and design and co-produce their own sustainable solutions. This will include working with for example, seldom heard groups such as children and young people; promoting active community involvement and supporting initiatives to ensure their neighbourhood is a great place to live.

    We are looking for someone who can quickly build relationships with people, create activities they want to take part in and identify ways these activities can be sustained.

    You will be passionate about building capacity and resilience and be enthusiastic about sharing knowledge with people in an accessible and creative way. 
    You will have excellent communication skills and be comfortable working with local residents, volunteers and other stakeholders. You will have experience of community work and a track record of achieving positive outcomes at a neighbourhood level.

    You should be comfortable in taking the lead, with an open and supportive style that encourages community participation and volunteering.

    You will have a desire to get things done and a passion for people.

    The application form and job description can be downloaded.