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Sessional Youth Worker – Casual 

  • Casual contract for 2 years, anticipated at 5 hours per week minimum
  • £10.55 p/h

This role is funded by the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund.

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic youth worker to join our well respected youth work team.

The Sessional Worker will work closely with the rest of the youth team at the Winch and will be responsible for supporting group sessions, community activities and youth volunteering as well as occasional events. 

The post holder can expect The Winch to invest in them, provide exciting opportunities to learn and further develop their skills.  S/he will be challenged, encouraged and supported to have new ideas and put them into action.

The Sessional Worker will be expected to:

  • Work within organisational policies and national legislation to safeguard the welfare of children and vulnerable adults
  • Deliver inspiring activities, programmes and events to young people in schools, centres and the local area, involving them where possible in the design and delivery of our services
  • Undertake planning, evaluation and impact measurement in line with the wider team, and provide support to the wider team.  

The Sessional Worker will report to the Deputy Youth Work Manager.

Click to read the full job description and information on how to apply.

Closing date for applications is 22 March 2019.

Fundraising Officer

Job Description

Post: Fundraising Officer

Contract: Permanent

Accountable to: Chief Executive Officer

Salary: £26,000 pro-rata

Hours: 40 hours per week, with a flexible work pattern and some occasional, planned evening or weekend work

Location: Based at 21 Winchester Road, Camden, London, NW3 3NR

We're looking for a principled, passionate and professional fundraiser who believes every young person should be supported to succeed, regardless of their circumstances.

We deliver a much-admired ‘cradle to career’ programme of interventions, aimed at supporting disadvantaged children, young people and their families through critical transition points in their lives.
Our services include parent-led support for isolated families; Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ after-school and holiday clubs; in-school mentoring and open access youth services for at-risk adolescents; youth-led social action initiatives and an enterprise and employability programme for young adults.

We work to foster trusting relationships, individual strengths, skills and purpose, and provide enriching opportunities through our local networks of community partners. Our services are funded through Camden Council, grants from trusts, foundations and local businesses. Critically, we also supported by the goodwill of our generous donors, supporters, volunteers and neighbours. Last year, over 1416 people benefited from the work of our charity, thanks to this support. We need you to build this movement, connect our supporters and champion our cause.