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Centre Manager – The Westfield Centre

Centre Manager (full time, community location, £43,155 – £52,841) for the Westfield Centre. Apply now if you want to be part of a new vision for York.

For the last year,  the University of York has been developing a new, co-created, community focused initiative that will see the University of York, in close partnership with schools, children, young people and residents, deliver a community learning centre at the heart of an area facing significant challenges.

Working with York College, Askham Bryan, York St John University, City of York Council, York employers large and small, charitable organisations, culture and heritage organisations – the list goes on – we will be supporting children and adults to reach their full potential and realise their aspirations.

Co-creation is the focus of this centre, with the community – young people and adults alike – creating the offer, supporting delivery and evaluating impact.

The Centre Manager will be an important part of the team driving forward this new vision with oversight of a truly community focused initiative.

The Westfield Centre is due to open in autumn 2023. The Centre Manager will have responsibility for managing the operation of the centre and the team within it, managing the delivery and coordination of all centre activities.

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LGBTQ+ Trainer

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Operations Manager

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the Goole Pride Events Organise

the post will now be for 15 weeks (early June to mid September) and at a cost of approx £2,900 inc on costs.

All enquiries please to Goole Pride email :

Post Title: Goole Pride Event Organiser
Post: £29,291 pro rata Fixed fee £2,283 based on 10 hrs per week for 15 weeks at £15.22 per hour
Hours:  10 hours per week June to mid of Sept (15 weeks)
RESPONSIBLE TO:  Chair & Young People of Goole Pride
RESPONSIBLE FOR: Delivery of the 2023 Goole Pride Event


The first ever Goole Pride held in August 2022 was a tremendous success  with over 400 people attending. In order to take the event to the next level the young people of Goole Pride, with the Support of Goole Youth Action, East Riding of Yorkshire Council & Partners, would like to appoint an Event Organiser  to be responsible for 2023 event.

Purpose of Job

The  Goole Pride Event Organiser will the oversee all matters pertaining to the Goole Pride 2023 event. Working closely with the Goole Pride Youth Group & Goole Pride Working group  you will use your expertise, knowledge and skills to ensure effective organisation and  delivery of the event in accordance with the aims and objectives of the  young People’s Goole Pride group.

The role will include liaison with other key agencies both voluntary and statutory sector including: Humberside Police, Goole Town Council, Fire & Rescue Service, ERYC’s Youth and Family Support (YFS) Service,  Health & Well-being Service, Events Team, Regeneration Team,  Hull & Bridlington Pride.

Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  1. Attend & Work with the Goole Pride Working group & Goole Pride Youth Group on all matters relating to the 2023 event.
  2. Responsible for raising sponsorship/ funding for the 2023 event
  3. Monitoring and recording of outcomes including: attendee satisfaction, partner views, impact and attendances.
  4. Produce an Event Action Plan and ensure its delivery on-time & in budgets Plan
  5. Budgeting and financial elements of the Event, invoicing, payments to performers etc.
  6. All publicity prior and also on the day of the event to ensure maximum     publicity including press releases, event launch, press, tv and radio liaison
  7. Staging of the event with support from partners including; Stage, PA system, MC, performers, schedule, and crowd control
  8. All Health & Safety matters, including: Parade, Staging, Stalls, Crowd & Traffic management, stewards, volunteers.
  9. All aspects of stalls and sellers wanting to be involved in Goole Pride 2023 including: fees, layout, erection and dismantling of stalls/gazebos,
  10. Oversee all GYA social media platforms and on-line content including: website, facebook, twitter, tik-tok and instagram in close liaison with young people from Goole Pride
  11. Help ensure that young people are safe and follow agreed procedures where it is necessary to make safeguarding arrangements or child protection referrals


 The post holder is expected to develop and maintain positive relationships with individuals and organisations in order to ensure that Goole Youth Action  is able to collaborate with others to deliver effective and good quality youth work. In particular, the post holder will need to have positive relationships with the following:

  • Internal – colleagues, partners and supporters of Goole Pride 2023 and young people of Goole Pride
  • External – Police, Fire & Rescue Service, Goole Town Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council officers & members and voluntary sector youth partners in Goole & Old Goole, Hull Pride.

 Responsibility for staff and resources

 The post holder will be responsible for:

  • Management of the Event budgets
  • Maximising the funding available for Goole Pride 2023 through sponsorship, funding bids and fees from stall holders.

Working environment

 The post will mainly be home based but will attend all Goole pride meetings leading up to the event, including the event and following the event for evaluation

 The post holder’s working hours will be 10 hours per week.

  • It is essential that the post-holder can travel independently within the Goole area.

 General expectations

 It is an essential requirement that staff are aware of the safeguarding procedures for sharing information about the welfare of any person for whom they have safeguarding concerns.

  • It is a requirement that the post holder obtain a satisfactory DBS certificate.
  • The post holder will be expected to adhere to equalities and diversity legislation and national health & safety policies and practices.
  • The post holder will need the personal resources to work within a demanding environment and to support staff to do likewise.

Sessional Youth Workers

Due to recent internal promotions we have some vacancies for Sessional Youth Workers to work across our Youth Clubs in Pellon, Ovenden, Rastrick and Mixenden. Roles are available on 3 or 6 hour weekly contract working either 1 or 3 sessions per week.

These are temporarily positions until January 2024.

If anyone has any questions they can call Sam Harrison on 07860 952814 or Amii Norcliffe on 07834 753536

Project Manager

NWG Network is looking for a creative and experienced professional to develop a suite of tools and resources to support sports organisations to ensure that the voices of survivors of abuse can contribute to and inform strategies and implementation plans.

The post is for 22 hrs per week and the salary is £40k pro rota, 3% pension contribution, 6 weeks annual leave pro rota.

This is a 1-year contract with the potential to renew and we are open to considering a secondment position. There is an option to work from home, the office or a combination of the two.
There will be some travel involved.

Do get in touch with Sheila at sheila@nwgnetwork or call 01332 585 371 if you wish to discuss this opportunity further and request full details.

Submissions to by 8 am Tuesday 2nd May 2023

Lead Youth Worker and Support Worker

Kirklees Youth Alliance (on behalf of the Mirfield Youth Steering Group)

Are looking for a good quality youth organisation to deliver a weekly, term-time open-access senior youth club in Mirfield town Centre on Friday evenings.

Sessions to be youth-led and may include music, arts and crafts, health and well-being workshops, discussion groups, social action projects and anything else that young people feel would contribute to their personal, social and educational development.

The Mirfield Youth Steering Group would like there to be a focus on mental & emotional wellbeing and teaching basic life skills in line with the NYA National Youth Work Curriculum.

We would also like Youth Workers to raise awareness of the risks of exploitation present in the Mirfield area.

We know from a survey we conducted with young people that they want a “chill out zone” style approach, we also captured some young peoples voice which highlighted some of the themes in their lives where they may need extra support.

  • A safe place for LGBT+ young people to make friends and a space for all young people to “feel safe and not be judged”
  • Staff to help young people “find themselves”
  • Help for young people who have “lost loved ones” or are “worrying about exams”.
  • To explore “personal problems females face

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Youth Mentors & Programme Coordinator

North Yorkshire Together, the partnership between Rural Arts, North Yorkshire Youth and North Yorkshire Sport, is hiring for an important new programme, Achieve, funded by Anglo American and the Woodsmith Foundation.

We’re excited to be recruiting two full-time Youth Mentors and a Programme Coordinator to shape and deliver the Achieve programme, an ambitious new secondary schools programme across Scarborough and Whitby.

The Achieve programme, funded by Anglo-American and the Woodsmith Foundation, aims to support disadvantaged students to achieve their potential by supporting their personal development, connections to aspirations, and improving learning and attainment. 

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 Please complete your application and send it  to by 9am Tuesday 11th April 2023.

Army Welfare Service – Youth Worker – Community Development Worker (Harrogate)

Are you a professionally qualified Youth & Community Worker looking to extend your experience? This post gives you that opportunity. Working within the Army Welfare Service, the Community Development Worker (CDW) delivers play, youth & community work across all age ranges, in a specified geographical area, engaging with a range of partners including schools and other external providers. The CDW works flexibly across locations in a non-standard working week.

Within the wider community, we support Service families through the provision of CS activities and volunteer led CS activities, working directly with, training or providing support and advice to existing and new community groups. This includes the development, delivery and support of play, youth and community activities achieved through a variety of strategies including building-based and outreach work with responsibility for the recruitment and management of volunteers, to assist in this role.
Welfare post roles may be subject to a welfare review and subject to change pending the outcome of the review.

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Development Manager

The Youth Work Unit Yorkshire & the Humber CIO is looking to recruit a Development Manager to strengthen our strategic offer to the Youth Work Sector.

We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about the positive impact youth work has.  Who wants to work in partnership with a wide range of organisations, sectors and young people.   Who has or is willing to develop their understanding of the Youth Work Sector and the needs, trends and issues affecting the Yorkshire & Humber region’s young people.  Who has experience in fundraising and future planning.

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