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Lead CSE Development Worker at Manchester Young Lives

Manchester Young Lives are looking for someone to lead and develop the MYL Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) programme. The role will include the design and implementation of schools in-reach CSE awareness sessions, managing a caseload, supporting and addressing risk factors, building resilience and strategies to resist CSE.

35 hours per week
£24,000 per annum
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Pastoral Manager (Centre Lead) at Manchester Young Lives

Manchester Young Lives (MYL) wish to appoint a Pastoral Manager (Centre Lead) to manage the day to day operations at one of their centres. The successful candidate will have effective behaviour management skills, experience of managing challenging behaviour and be passionate about working with young people, particularly those who have become disengaged.

£25,643 -£28,222 per annum
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Detached Youth Worker at Manchester Young Lives

Manchester Young Lives is looking for an individual who will be able to engage with young people aged 11 -19 within the community to promote appropriate behaviour and encourage positive activities accessible for the age range. The role will include promotion of social action projects, with a particular aim to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) through educating and engaging young people.

28 hours per week with focus on evening and weekend sessions
£18,431 - £20,542 (pro rata actual salary £14,745- £16,433)
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Administrator at YPAC

YPAC is a Youth and Community work charity that work in Miles Platting, Ancoats and Collyhurst in Manchester.

The Administrator will be responsible for office management and administration of YPAC. You will work closely with and report to the Youth Work manager of YPAC. You will be responsible for the smooth running of the office for YPAC.

This post requires someone who is able to take a high degree of responsibility, often working alone. You will be a self-starter and a team player with excellent organisation skills.

13 hours per week (2x 6.5 hour days to be negotiated)
£10.83 per hour (pro rata £20,456)
Based at: St George’s Community Centre, Bothwell Road, Collyhurst, Manchester, M40 7NY
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Supporting Young People: Workplace Health and Wellbeing

The course:
Equip yourself with the tools and understanding required to promote good mental health in the workplace. Designed to help you negotiate legal frameworks and highlight best practice, this new course places a specific focus on the needs of young people in your workforce.

12 February, 2019 - 10:00 to 16:15
HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN

Children’s and young people’s experiences of loneliness: 2018

11 Jan 2019 - 09:43 by michelle.foster

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released new research on loneliness in children and young people. Office for National Statistics

Analysis of children's and young people’s views, experiences and suggestions to overcome loneliness, using in-depth interviews, the Community Life Survey 2016 to 2017 and Good Childhood Index Survey, 2018.

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GMYN - Training young people to be peer supporters

This training will help you develop an approach to train the young people you work with to support one another, whether you are interested in delivering a structured peer-support programme or simply developing peer support skills within an existing group setting.

You will gain resources and understanding to deliver the following activities with young people:

•         What is peer support?
•         Starting peer support relationships
•         Communication skills
•         Confidentiality and boundaries

5 February, 2019 - 10:00 to 13:00
GMYN, Greenfish Resource Fish Centre,

Introduction to Youth Work - 6 week training programme

Introduction to Youth Work (ItYW) is a six session training programme that will develop your understanding and skills relating to youth work. 

Each session provides an introduction to a different aspect of youth work, including both theoretical and practical applications in a range of youth work settings. You are welcome to attend as many sessions as you choose.

Sessions are:

15 January, 2019 - 17:30 to 19 February, 2019 - 20:30
GMYN, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE

Sessional Youth Workers at Greater Manchester Youth Network

Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) is a youth charity that creates opportunities so that disadvantaged young people from across Greater Manchester (GM) can take steps towards a positive future.

GMYN support young people to be safe, valued and ambitious by delivering high quality programmes and building the capacity of other youth organisations.

The role
In recent months the number of short term projects GMYN delivers has increaesd, therefore they are on the lookout for new sessional staff to increase their capacity to deliver new work.

Flexible hours – dependent on the particular programme. Hours will be agreed – could include days, evenings or weekends
£11 - £13 per hour depending on the programmes and roles
Delivery will be across Greater Manchester
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