Support Time Recovery Worker – Dedicated Youth Worker

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Role: Support Time Recovery Worker – dedicated youth worker

Salary: £22,021 to £23,836, FT

The Bridge project is looking for a proactive, motivated and confident young persons worker to join the Liaison and Diversion team in Wakefield. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for working with young people to join the team as a Support Time Recovery Worker offering time limited support diverting young people way from crime and into health, social care, education or other services/ organisations. 

Full details of the role can be found here: Support Time Recovery Worker - Dedicated Youth worker

 For an informal discussion about the role please call Jenny Brown 07769270861 

Should you require assistance with the application process please call Vanessa Ross on 01274 723863 

Please note, CVs will note be accepted.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Job Reference:

    L&DJuly20


If you are unable to apply online and require a paper application form please contact Vanessa Ross on 01274 723863. If applying with a hard copy please post to: HR Department, The Bridge Project, 35 Salem Street, Bradford, BD1 4QH quoting the job reference on the outside of the envelope.

Please note, most posts require a DBS Check at Enhanced Level, which EXTERNAL applicants will be required to pay for, unless they are subscribed to the DBS Electronic Update Service, in which case permission for Bridge to check the current status of a DBS certificate will be required. Please note that the current charge for a new DBS certificate is £44 plus an administration charge levied by our preferred provider of £9.50 + VAT. An online check Of DBS status using update service is free.

Closing date for all positions: 10th August 5pm
Interviews to be held: 20th August

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*Please telephone to check opening times of individual services as there may be slight variations.

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