Youth Programme Producer
Work with us! We are recruiting a Youth Programme Producer.
As we build our youth offer at St Anne’s House we are looking for an experienced youth worker to help build and deliver a new programme of work including a weekly open access youth offer.
About the Role: As the main link point for young people and organisational partners at St Anne’s House, the Youth Producer delivers Open Access sessions, bridging support, and holiday activity programs. They manage budgets, monitor and evaluate services, write funding bids, and collaborate with sector colleagues for partnership growth.
Applications Open: Friday 07 July, 2023.
Deadline for Applications: Monday 07 August 2023.
Candidates notified of shortlisting: Tuesday 15 August 2023.
Interviews: Wednesday 23 August 2023 – We will provide interview questions and a task ahead of this date.
Position: Youth Programme Producer
Responsible to: CEO, Bricks.
Responsible for: Freelance Assistant Youth Workers
Hours: 20 hours (2.5 days) per week including evenings.
Salary: £27,000 pro rata – Actual: £13,500.
Annual Leave: 20 days, plus statutory bank holidays, pro rata
Probation Period: 3 months.
Contract: Salaried, PAYE, Initially 12 months fixed term, with potential to extend.
Location: St Anne’s House, St Annes, Bristol, BS4 4AB, with hybrid/working from home possible.
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Bricks strives to promote equality and diversity at all levels of our team.
Bricks strives to promote equality and diversity at all levels of our team. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive in our ways of working, and to being a place where all belong. We therefore particularly encourage applications from you if you are from a background that is underrepresented in the sector, for example if you are from a community that experiences racism or you are a disabled person (as defined by the Equalities Act 2010), you did not go to University or had free school meals as a child.
We believe our work will be stronger with greater diversity and want to welcome the whole person to work. Our staff are not appointed to represent specific groups or organisations, but to represent themselves and their own experiences and perspectives.
We welcome feedback on how we can improve our recruitment processes.