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Youth Club Support Worker

Youth Club Support Worker
Carers' Resource (Harrogate/Craven/Airedale)
Description of the role:

We need additional support to help us run our Youth Clubs. These clubs run on Thursdays during term time.

Timings as below:
Primary Age Youth Club- 3-5.30pm allowing for set up and tidy up based in Bilton, Harrogate.

Secondary Age Youth Club- 6-8.15pm allowing for setup/tidy up based in St Georges Hall, Central Harrogate.

Skills and qualities needed for the role:

Ability to work with and relate to young children is essential. We will of course be following safeguarding procedures.

This is a a great opportunity for someone to build on their Youth Work Experience or share skills in sport, crafts, cooking.

You can be as involved as you like from inputting ideas into the themes and activities of youth club or simply supervising and keeping the young carers safe and taking part in the fun!

Practical information:

DBS check would be required.


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Additional Information
DBS check needed: Yes
Driving licence needed: No
Car owner: No
Open to: Over 18s
Is this role wheelchair accessible?: No
Address
11 North Park Road
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
HG1 5PD
Last updated: 16.03.2021
Organisation Information

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