Youth work and driver vacancies at ENYP
ENYP are seeking to appoint a number of passionate people to join their dynamic team. If you’re keen to support children, youth and community provision in this exciting season and feel called to serve the community, then they could have the job for you!
ENYP (Equipping, Nurturing Young People) has been delivering innovative and relevant youth and community programmed activities for over 15 years.
Youth and Community Worker:
We’re looking for a passionate and enthusiastic worker to help support and pioneer a range of innovative and creative youth engagement programmes and initiatives. This role would suit someone with previous experience or the heart and passion for learning from the current team. The level of responsibility to develop and deliver activities for children and young people will be tailored to the successful applicant.
Part-time hours: 16-20 hours per week
Hourly rate: £11.00 to £13.50 per hour depending on experience.
Deadline for applications: 5:00 pm on Thursday 30th March 2023
Youth Bus Driver:
We have an exciting opportunity to work with ENYP & WYB teams who work in partnership on a project called FUSION. Experience in driving a bus is desirable - you do not need a bus licence to drive the vehicle however you do need to be at least 25 years old and have a full clean UK driving license which you have held for at least 2 years to apply for this role. The role includes driving the bus to sessions, for maintenance and overseeing the fabric and mechanics of the bus so it’s ready for our delivery.
Hours: to be delivered at different times in line with sessions, for example, afternoon or evening.
Hourly rate: £12 per hour
Deadline for applications: ongoing until a suitable candidate is recruited.
The role would also be suitable to someone wishing to undertake the role in a voluntary capacity in support of working with two Charities to deliver youth and community projects.
If you’d like to express an interest in a role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a job application pack. Successful applicants will then be shortlisted and invited to attend an interview.
There is a genuine occupation requirement that the post-holders are committed Christians in accordance with Employment Equality (Religion & Belief) Regulations 2003. An Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check is required before a final job offer is made. For further information on ENYP please visit - www.enyp.org.uk