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4 x Oasis Navigator Youth Development Workers at Oasis Hub Oldham

Are you interested in joining a team of Youth Development Workers working on a groundbreaking project, supporting A&E Departments in the Greater Manchester area in reducing the harm to young people from violence? Oasis is hiring and has a range of part/full time roles available now!

Key responsibilities for the Youth Development Workers will be:

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20 - 40 hours per week
Salary: 
£23,630 per annum, pro rata
Location: 
Oldham
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Communications and Brand Manager at OnSide Youth Zones

This is a great opportunity to join a growing, ambitious national charity which believes all young people should have the opportunity to discover their passion and their purpose; to find out what they’ve got and where it could take them. OnSide funds and builds state-of-the-art, multi-million pound spaces for young people, Youth Zones, and drives a growing national network of these Youth Zones, providing life-changing support to tens of thousands of young people nationwide.

Hours: 
40 hours per week
Salary: 
£30,000 - £32,000 per annum (dependent upon experience)
Location: 
Bolton, with hybrid working
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Cook/Catering Assistant at HideOut Youth Zone

HideOut Youth Zone’s state-of-the-art £6.6m facility opened in September 2020 to provide an engaging and inspiring place for thousands of young people aged 8 – 19 (up to 25 for those with additional needs) to spend their leisure time. Open 7-nights a week, 52-weeks a year plus school holidays, the Youth Zone’s incredible facilities include a 3G pitch, skate park, 30ft climbing wall, boxing/mixed martial arts gym, 4-court sports hall, sensory room, fitness suite, recreation area and dance, arts, music and media suites and much more.

Hours: 
From 4.5 hours per week (evenings, weekends and school holidays only)
Salary: 
£8.92 per hour
Location: 
Manchester
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RECLAIM working with UpRising and One Million Mentors present: Stand Out

8 Sep 2021 - 13:50 by michelle.foster

opportunityIf you're unsure about your next step, Stand Out is a free one-month online development programme with a year of professional one-to-one mentoring to help you build your network, develop your skills and discover your future career path. It's delivered by two great youth organisations called UpRising and One Million Mentors in partnership with RECLAIM.

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BeeWell Day

26 Aug 2021 - 14:06 by michelle.foster

beewellBeeWell is a new initiative in Greater Manchester that aims to make the wellbeing of young people everybody’s business. Co-created with young people, the BeeWell wellbeing survey will be rolled out across secondary schools from Autumn 2021 and repeated over the next three years. Beewell will support schools to embed long-term improvements in wellbeing and mobilise a coalition of actors to drive positive change in our communities.

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The Wythenshawe Princes Trust team programme

26 Aug 2021 - 13:41 by michelle.foster

prince's trustPrince’s Trust Team programme is for young people aged between 16 and 25 and not in education or employment.

The programme aims to boost your confidence, help you meet new friends and gain new skills which will help you progress onto further study or straight into an exciting career of your choice.

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Youth Violence: Can collective impact lead to transformational change?

29 September, 2021 - 16:00 to 17:15

Youth Violence is one of our society’s most pressing issues and in this free seminar from the Academy for Social Justice will hear from Agencia, who has brought together some of the UK’s most innovative and forward-thinking organisations to lead pioneering collaborative impact work in the fight against the unfolding youth violence crisis.

Agencia are leading pioneering collaborative impact work in the fight against youth violence and will share their approach and learnings.

This event is in conjunction with HMPPS Insights features:

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Breaking Boundaries Project – Manchester

12 Aug 2021 - 14:26 by michelle.foster

breaking boundariesBreaking Boundaries aims to socially connect young people, their families, and communities together through regular cricket themed engagement, fostering mutual respect and friendships by playing, spectating and volunteering. It is delivered in 5 cities: Bradford, Birmingham, London (Barking and Dagenham), Manchester and Slough.

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