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 now recruiting for our holiday club based at Malvern Vale Community centre in Malvern for Holiday Play Workers.

The perfect candidates must be reliable, enthusiastic, honest, and most importantly enjoy working with children. Working with a team of play workers supervising the children, ensuring their safety at all times. From 3-11 years old in group play settings.

We deliver high quality safe fun activities and games. Ensure activities are delivered according to the programme set out, encouraging all children to take part and have as much FUN as possible.

Enthusiasm and ability to engage in all manner of activities, including sports, craft activities, science projects and much more fun activities! Full training will be provided. You must be fun and outgoing!


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.