🌳 City launch Project Whitebeam
Posted: Thursday, August 11th 2022
Monday, June 6th 2022
We are looking for an experienced youth worker and facilitator to work our summer programmes this summer.
Summer contracts ranging from 2 – 6 weeks
Up to £2,850 (£950 per programme)
As an NCS Assistant Team leader, you will work closely with the Team Leader to ensure the programme is delivered to a high standard. You will be passionate about working with young people and make certain that NCS is safe, engaging and impactful for all young people taking part.
If you are an enthusiastic leader with experience in working with young people, then we want to hear from you!
Who are Bristol City Robins Foundation?
As the official charity of Bristol City Football Club, we are a grassroots organisation, passionate about making a real impact in Bristol. As well as delivering the NCS programme, our projects range from working with disadvantaged young people, through to adult health and wellbeing.
What is NCS?
The National Citizen Service is a voluntary personal and social development programme for 15–17-year-olds.
Its flagship programme lasts for 2 weeks in the summer, wherein participants have an experience of a lifetime, learn new skills and become inspired to make a difference in their communities.
What does Programme look like?
This year programme lasts for 10 days over the course of 2 weeks (Monday – Friday)
In the first week of the programme, young people stay away from home in an activity centre in Bristol. For many, this is the longest they’ve been away from home and their first taste of independence. During their stay, they will take part in a range of activities, sessions, and workshops. From high ropes and bubble football to discussing mental health and public speaking.
The second week of the programme is non-residential, with young people will meeting each day at Ashton Gate. In this week they will give back to their community by delivering a ‘social action project’ devised by them as a team. From volunteering to campaigning and fundraising, this is their opportunity to use their initiative and make a difference.
Wave 1: 11th July – 22nd July
Wave 2: 25th July – 5th August
Wave 3: 8th August – 19th August
All staff must also complete a 2 day training course and online training modules.*
You will also be required to attend a pre-programme prep session and work on the ‘celebration event’ which takes place in the last week of August – exact dates TBC.
Programmes run weekdays from July 11th through to August 19th. Please state in your application which cohort(s)/wave(s) you are available.
*Please be aware your training falls within your assessment period. We reserve the right to remove you from programme until completion of all training.
Bristol City Robins Foundation is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to endorse this commitment. We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the young people with whom we work. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including a criminal record check and a check against barred lists. We expect all staff members to share our commitment to safeguarding by ensuring compliance with our policies and practices.
The successful candidate must ensure a positive commitment towards equality and diversity by treating others fairly and not committing any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description, and promoting positive working relationships between all internal and external stakeholders.
How to Apply:
To apply click the link - https://hr.breathehr.com/v/ncs-assistant-team-leader-21569
If you have any questions about the role, you can email email@example.com
17th of June 2022. While this is the closing date, we are reviewing applications on an ongoing basis. Once places are filled, we will close all job ads. It is for this reason that we advise you to apply as soon as possible.
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