January 2020

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Could you help transform young people’s lives?

YCYC Hertfordshire Services for Young People, Hertfordshire County Council’s targeted youth service, is recruiting for Youth Support Workers to help vulnerable and at-risk young people develop personally, socially and emotionally.

If you have knowledge of sports, arts, media, music, outdoor education, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, health issues or any other areas which are of interest to young people, you could potentially become a Youth Support Worker.

The role is flexible and usually requires you to work a few late afternoons or evenings each week (term time) to help deliver groupwork projects in local community settings.

This paid role involves you working as part of a team to encourage young people to take part in planned programmes to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding in an area of interest.

Our aim is to help young people reach their full potential, make informed decisions and go on to become happy, healthy and socially-aware adults.

We’ll support you every step of the way, including with initial and ongoing training.

We have fixed hour and flexible hour contracts available in locations across Hertfordshire and in return we offer:

  • A competitive benefits package with lifestyle-friendly hours
  • Career-defining opportunity to develop your youth engagement skills
  • Access to ongoing training and development
  • Plenty of support from experienced team-members

Find out more about becoming a Youth Support Worker with YC Hertfordshire.

 

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