Jobs with the Bridge Project Tadcaster
About the Project
Originally the LWEYP, founded in 2001 to address the situation of a second generation of children who have received little if any Christian teaching or upbringing and are largely ignorant of the message of the Christian gospel. Now reformed into The Bridge Project Tadcaster following the need to become an incorporated charity. Strategically positioned opposite the John Smith brewery in Tadcaster in Manor Farm Youth Center, the building has a permanent Prayer Room, an office and a large area set up with coffee bar/kitchen ideal for Youth Drop In and other activities. The building has a long history in the town as a place for youth provision, there is also a car park and sports area to the rear.
The aim of the project is to bring love, hope and faith to the young people of Tadcaster, a small brewing town which has problems with drunkenness, drugs, anti- social behaviour, broken families and complex interfamilial relationships coming from a largely static community, and a sense of hopelessness resulting in many incidences of depression.
… an experienced youth worker passionate about sharing your faith?
… a pioneer, open to the prophetic, who can enable others?
….love God and live out your faith in word and action?
If so then we might have a job for you.
Title: Part Time Girls Youth Worker
Employed by: The Bridge Project Tadcaster (Charity Number 1166825)
Responsible to: The Project Development leader
Workbase: Manor Farm Youth Centre, St Joseph’s Street, Tadcaster LS24 9HA
Hours: 20 hours per week (including some evening and weekends).
Wage: JNC Scale depending on experience and qualification
Holiday entitlement: 25 days paid holiday allowance, the majority to be taken during school holidays + bank holidays + 1 week off after Christmas.