We currently have 2 exciting vacancies at the Swan Youth Project:

Senior Youth Worker
Youth Worker

Position: YIF Senior Youth Worker
This role is funded jointly by Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the Big Lottery Fund.
Pay: £9 per hour
Location: Wereham Village Hall
Contract Type: One Year Fixed Term Contract (with the possibility of an extension to March 2021)
Hours per week: 4 hours per week, term time only (32 weeks)

Job Role:
• To plan and deliver high quality youth work programmes with young people in the area.
• To ensure that evaluation of the work occurs in consultation with participants, staff and management at all levels.
• To work co-operatively with the team and under the direction of the Project Manager.
• To undertake administrative work associated within the session under the direction of the manger / Worker in Charge of the session.
• To develop and support positive and productive relationships with and between members of staff.
• To monitor the changing needs of young people to identify opportunities and areas for service improvement.

Youth-West Partnership
Youth-West is a new service which will be delivering weekly open access youth activities for young people aged 11 – 18 years in West Norfolk. We are looking for people with a passion about working with young people to coordinate, provide administration and deliver face to face activities with young people.
The Organisation:
The SWAN Youth Project is a community-based youth charity located in Downham Market West Norfolk, an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, and health
The Project was created to be a centre of excellence for youth work in the area empowering enabling and educating young people to be the best they can We deliver programs in Downham Market and Wereham Norfolk
Created in the year 2011 in response to high levels of need, the SWAN Youth Project currently employs two part time staff and uses volunteers to provide programs and projects which aim to help to enrich young people’s lives.
Our approach to delivering services is key to our success and focuses on youth engagement which enables us to deliver innovative but focused programs in response to need. We aim to Engage, Empower and enable, and then Support our young people to overcome their barriers and achieve their aspirations, empowering them with the confidence, skills and knowledge necessary to resolve their own needs in the long term.

What you’ll need to succeed:
The successful candidate will have an understanding of Youth Work in a community setting. They will have strong engagement skills to work with young people and adults from a variety of backgrounds as well as experience of youth participation and involvement. We would like them to have time and project management skills and experience of running small group sessions /activities with young people. They will need to be willing to work in the evenings; the GOYA project is on Thursday evenings from 5pm – 7pm.
What you’ll get in return:
• Regular line management and support
• Access to training opportunities
• A supportive and forward thinking team around you
What to do next:
For more information on this role and to request an application form, please contact Anna Foster 01366 386259 anna@theswanproject.org
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 30th January
The Swan Youth Project is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Please note the successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced / Standard DBS check prior to starting employment.

Position: YIF Youth Worker
This role is funded jointly by Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the Big Lottery Fund.
Pay: £8.21 per hour
Location: Wereham Village Hall
Contract Type: One Year Fixed Term Contract (with the possibility of an extension to March 2021)
Hours per week: 4 hours term time only (32 week) in Wereham, 4 hours (52 weeks) Downham Market

Job Role:
• To support and plan delivery of high quality youth work programmes with young people in the area.
• To ensure that evaluation of the work occurs in consultation with participants, staff and management at all levels.
• To work co-operatively with the team and under the direction of the Project Manager.
• To undertake administrative work associated within the session under the direction of the manger / Worker in Charge of the session.

Youth-West Partnership
Youth-West is a new service which will be delivering weekly open access youth activities for young people aged 11 – 18 years in West Norfolk. We are looking for people with a passion about working with young people to coordinate, provide administration and deliver face to face activities with young people.
The Organisation:
The SWAN Youth Project is a community-based youth charity located in Downham Market West Norfolk, an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, and health
The Project was created to be a centre of excellence for youth work in the area empowering enabling and educating young people to be the best they can We deliver programs in Downham Market and Wereham Norfolk
Created in the year 2011 in response to high levels of need, the SWAN Youth Project currently employs two part time staff and uses volunteers to provide programs and projects which aim to help to enrich young people’s lives.
Our approach to delivering services is key to our success and focuses on youth engagement which enables us to deliver innovative but focused programs in response to need. We aim to Engage, Empower and enable, and then Support our young people to overcome their barriers and achieve their aspirations, empowering them with the confidence, skills and knowledge necessary to resolve their own needs in the long term.

What you’ll need to succeed:
The successful candidate will have an understanding of Youth Work in a community setting. They will have strong engagement skills to work with young people and adults from a variety of backgrounds as well as experience of youth participation and involvement. We would like them to have time and project management skills and experience of running small group sessions /activities with young people. They will need to be willing to work in the evenings; the GOYA project is on Thursday evenings from 5pm – 7pm.
What you’ll get in return:
• Regular line management and support
• Access to training opportunities
• A supportive and forward thinking team around you
What to do next:
For more information on this role and to request an application form, please contact Anna Foster 01366 386259 anna@theswanproject.org
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 30th January
The Swan Youth Project is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Please note the successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced / Standard DBS check prior to starting employment.