YOUTH WORK MANAGER
28 hours per week (with potential to increase based on attracting new contracts)
£30,000-35,000 per annum pro rata (based on 35 hpw FTE) dependant on experience
Actual salary £24,000-£28,000
Based at The Penwith Centre, Parade Street, Penzance, TR18 4BU
Due to the relocation of our excellent Youth Work Manager, we are looking to recruit an experienced Youth Work Manager to influence and develop the exceptional historic record of CRCC Youth Work in West Cornwall which enables young people to achieve personal growth and be in control of their lives.
You will be the lead of an exciting and dedicated group of Youth Workers who work tirelessly to ensure the best outcomes for young people in West Cornwall as well as being part of the management team of CRCC at a thrilling time of development and growth. You will be used to working in a fast-paced environment, know the Youth Work environment and recognise the need for projects and intervention so you can be involved from the bid writing process through to delivery of successful projects. Relationships are key to this role from the relationships with your staff team to relationships with external partners and funders. You will be an excellent communicator with the ability to listen, empathise and be a voice for vulnerable young people. You will hold skills and experience in the relevant areas to ensure you can support children, young people and families from 10 years old upwards.
We are looking for someone with experience, enthusiasm and drive to continue the excellent work delivered by CRCC in Youth Work.
Please submit an application form to firstname.lastname@example.org as CVs cannot be accepted.
Closing date: Monday 27 January 2020 at 5.00 pm
Interviews: Tuesday 4 February 2020 in Penzance
Help shape the future of Cornwall’s Communities by becoming a Trustee of Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC)
Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC) is a medium sized charity with around 100 staff and a turnover in excess of £2m. To help us maintain our position as a well-respected voluntary sector organisation, we are looking for experienced individuals to join our board.
CRCC has a small, professional team of trustees that offer support and advice to the CEO and guides direction and governance of the charity. They take a steading approach in the background, attending around eight board meetings per year and occasional staff meetings and events as appropriate.
CRCC has been helping Cornwall’s communities for decades and understands the wellbeing value of being part of a strong community such as making friends, sharing common interests and having a place to meet. The government has an emphasis on social prescribing – the practice of offering preventative activities to keep people fit, happy and healthy without the need for medical intervention, this puts CRCC’s activities and delivery right at the heart of Cornwall’s future.
Being a trustee is an interesting and rewarding role and gives the opportunity to use your skills and experience, such as financial management, human resource support, strategy development and service delivery analysis to help others. At present we are seeking trustees to join our board, one with a finance background such as commercial accounting and/or management accounts and one general trustee with budget management experience and good understanding of the voluntary sector.
To find out more about joining the board, please contact Alan Shepherd, Chair email@example.com