YMCA Worcestershire is a local independent charity, as part of the wider YMCA movement in England and Wales; the largest and oldest youth charity in the world. With a history dating back over 150 years, YMCA Worcestershire came into being in 2013 as a result of merging YMCA charities in Redditch and Worcester. We are a Christian charity with bases across Worcestershire and though we predominately support the needs of young people we aim to serve all members of the community regardless of faith, age, or gender.
We are looking for two part-time Youth and Community Tutors to work on our “YOU CAN” provision. The ”YOU CAN” programme is aimed at supporting young people from the Bromsgrove and Redditch areas in developing their skills and building their confidence. The course is made up of small groups who are experiencing difficulties and barriers in entering the job market.
The provision includes delivery of 12 week courses covering:
- Health and Well Being
- Life Skills, including cooking and budgeting
The successful candidate/s will have experience and qualifications within a similar role and would be required to assist with recruiting, designing and delivering course content.
Our primary areas of work are:
- Family Work
- Community Centres
- Youth Work
- Employability Programmes
- Prison Work
You can download the full job description briefing document using the link on this page.
In order to apply, please submit a CV supported by a covering letter to our HR department of no more than 3 sides of A4 outlining your motivation for applying and highlighting how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the requirements of the role, as set out in the brief.
YMCA recognise the positive value of diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. To help us monitor the effectiveness of our Equality & Diversity policy, you are requested to complete a questionnaire which you can download from this page. The information you provide does not form part of the selection procedure. It is used for monitoring purposes.