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Children and Young People Youth/Play Worker at TLC: Talk, Listen, Change

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change are looking for a Children and Young People’s Worker to support children and young people who are using unhealthy behaviours in their relationships. You will work directly with young people as well as engaging with their parents/carers and you’ll make appropriate referrals for partners, ex partners and children connected to the referred young people.

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Up to 12 hours per week
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£13.19 per hour
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Hybrid (Head office, community locations in Stockport and Wigan and home address)
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Business Support Officer at 42nd Street

You will be assigned to key areas of the charity, providing the business support function for that area of work. This could be a variety of parts of the charity such as the arts based programmes, to supporting key meetings, task and finish groups, research projects or external partnership programmes. This presents an exciting opportunity for a person who displays excellent attention to detail, enjoys a flexible and diverse role, and who can manage multiple priorities.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC Pts. 7-11 £20,092 - £21,748 per annum, pro rata
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The headquarters are based in central Manchester but you will work in community-based localities across Greater Manchester
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Introducing the Action Van: The GM Mobile Youth Club Provision

5 May 2022 - 13:47 by michelle.foster

Children and young people have been badly affected by the pandemic and lockdowns. Youth Elements vision is to deliver youth work activities, with a mobile youth club “The Action Van”. The vanactivities being delivered include arts and crafts, physical activity, reading corner. Youth Elements will invite local facilitators including circus skills, fitness instructors and musicians, to name a few.

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Programme Coordinator Care Experienced Programme, Tameside at Greater Manchester Youth Network

GMYN have been helping care experienced young people (CEYP) aged 13-25 since 2012 through fun but challenging weekly activities to build social skills, encourage health and positive wellbeing, develop self-esteem and provide skills for the future. GMYN also match care experienced young people with volunteering and development opportunities for employment.

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28 hours per week
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NJC scales 15-17 £23,943 - £24,920 per annum
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Introduction to self-employment for Manchester Youth and Play workers

7 June, 2022 - 12:00 to 13:00

This informal webinar offers an honest insight for Manchester youth and play professionals considering self-employment.

In the more flexible modern job market, self-employment can be an option for people who want the freedom to work for themselves, have a particular business idea that they want to pursue or who would like to do some self-employed work alongside another job or source of income.

BBC Children in Need We Move Fund: Youth Social Action

21 Apr 2022 - 11:08 by michelle.foster

The £1m We Move Fund: Youth Social Action aims to empower Black children and young people through Youth Social Action. Youth social action is defined as when children and young people fundinguse their voice to tackle subjects that matter to them.

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150 years of the Together Trust at Central Library

11 April, 2022 - 09:00 to 30 June, 2022 - 17:00

The Together Trust are hosting an exhibition at Manchester Central Library from 11 April to 30 June 2022.

The exhibition, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, tells the changing story of Together Trust’s work to champion and care for people in the region over the last century and a half.

Tender opportunity with Greater Manchester Youth Network

25 Mar 2022 - 09:34 by michelle.foster

Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) wants to hire an individual or organisation to work with them over the next six months. GMYN want an external evaluation of their youth programmes and delivery models, and support with identifying new monitoring frameworks to better measure our impact. You'll work with delivery teams as well as managers to get a real feel of how GMYN delivers its work and help focus on what makes their USP.

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