The Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse)
The Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse)

Charity registered in Scotland SC028534

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity. The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming: • Participation • Mental Health & Wellbeing • Life skills & Employability • Attainment • Digital Inclusion The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

Current vacancies

Sessional Youth Worker – Summer positions initially

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Easterhouse (On site)
  • Closing 10th June 2024

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation, that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity.

The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:

· Participation

· Mental Health & Wellbeing

· Life skills & Employability

· Attainment

· Digital Inclusion

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

Purpose of Job

Working under the direction of our Team leader, Youth Workers are key to ensuring the successful delivery of our provision for young people. The role will include the development and delivery of specific youth work projects and programmes delivered in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organisation, helping young people to develop personally, socially, and educationally. The role will include providing support to vulnerable and at-risk service users. Also responding to their needs, encouraging, and enabling achievement, self-expression, positivity, confidence, and the development of self-esteem based on equality and respect for each other.

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Programme Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £25,480 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 26th April 2024

About us

The Pavillion is a youth organisation that provides a safe and fun environment for children and young people in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow. We provide activities and life skills for the young people including sports, arts and crafts, drama workshops, volunteering opportunities, girls/boys issue based groupwork sessions, drug and alcohol workshops, mental health groupwork sessions, cooking and healthy living. We help reduce social isolation in the community and promote positive friendships and social skills in our young attendees. Our aim is to create, support and inspire the young people by providing them with opportunities, skills and activities.

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation that aims to support children, young people, their families and the wider local community through the provision of positive activities and opportunities.

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; being a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

We are a key member of Blairtummock & Rogerfield Partnership; a collaboration of local community based organisations schools, nurseries and the college. We work collaboratively to improve the life chances and opportunities for people living in the communities we serve. As a group of partners, we work across all ages which makes this opportunity exciting, innovative and forward thinking.

About the Project

The 'Young Start Progressions' programme at 'The Pavilion' will be a dynamic 2-year programme, led by young people, supported by staff and volunteers and by existing and new partnership opportunities. Our three-pronged approach aims to empower young individuals across various stages of their development:

Primary/Secondary Transitions Programme: We will provide support for P7, S1, and S2 young people as they transition from primary to secondary school, fostering empowerment, confidence, and improved self-esteem in a non-school environment.

Volunteer Mentoring Programme: Expanding on our successful volunteering mentoring initiative, we offer diverse opportunities for young volunteers, connecting them with roles both within Pavilion and through our network of school partnerships and community collaborations.

Attainment Programme: Focused on enhancing pathways for Junior and Senior Club participants, we integrate life skills development seamlessly into existing activities. From goal-setting exercises, certificated activity programmes to accredited learning and further training opportunities.

Purpose of Job

We are seeking a Programme Coordinator to lead the delivery of this project as well as managing the Attainment Worker & Volunteer Development Worker posts attached to this project.

Being creative, innovative and ideas driven, to support delivery of multiple programmes of activity and be able to forge strong positive relationships with partners are key attributes for this post. The postholder will be responsible for taking a coordinated approach to implementing activities with young people that address the key identified issues affecting them, ensuring their needs are addressed and pathways created that help them to succeed.

The postholder should have experience working with a range of age groups and are able to demonstrate experience in taking a youth-led approach to service delivery.

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Attainment Worker

  • Part time
  • £23,660 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 29th March 2024

About the project

The 'Young Start Progressions' programme at 'The Pavilion' will be a dynamic initiative led entirely by young people, supported by staff and volunteers and by existing and new partnership opportunities. Our three-pronged approach aims to empower young individuals across various stages of their development:

Primary/Secondary Transitions Programme: We will provide support for P7, S1, and S2 young people as they transition from primary to secondary school, fostering empowerment, confidence, and improved self-esteem in a non-school environment.

Volunteer Mentoring Programme: Expanding on our successful volunteering mentoring initiative, we offer diverse opportunities for young volunteers, connecting them with roles both within Pavilion and through our network of school partnerships and community collaborations.

Attainment Programme: Focused on enhancing pathways for Junior and Senior Club participants, we integrate life skills development seamlessly into existing activities. From goal-setting exercises, certificated activity programmes to accredited learning and further training opportunities.

Aim of the Attainment Programme:

The overall aim of the Attainment Programme is to deliver a programme of services to target and support young people in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow by helping them to attain a recognised qualification and gain recognition for the learning and development they have achieved by taking part in our programmes.

The aim is:

  • To develop and inspire young people
  • To promote attainment and progression for young people and provide pathways including
  • volunteering opportunities
  • To recognise and celebrate young people’s achievements
  • Create pathways for young people to progress

The Outcomes are:

  • Accredit non-formal learning through voluntary activity in the community
  • Increase leadership and mentoring

Job Role:

We are seeking to appoint an Attainment Worker to help each participant is matched to an award and has a personal development plan and tracked learner journey.

Working across our range of programmes the Attainment Worker will work with young people identifying the best fit for the specific awards and the individual activities. The successful candidate will work alongside staff to collate evidence and ensure that electronic portfolios are kept up to date with all evidence captured.

The Attainment Worker will assist staff, volunteers and young people to help ensure targets are achieved and progression pathways created for young people, supporting them to overcome barriers to participation and learning.

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Volunteer Development Worker

  • Part time
  • £23,660 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 29th March 2024

About us

The Pavillion is a youth organisation that provides a safe and fun environment for children and young people in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow. We provide activities and life skills for the young people including sports, arts and crafts, drama workshops, volunteering opportunities, girls/boys issue based groupwork sessions, drug and alcohol workshops, mental health groupwork sessions, cooking and healthy living. We help reduce social isolation in the community and promote positive friendships and social skills in our young attendees. Our aim is to create, support and inspire the young people by providing them with opportunities, skills and activities.

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation that aims to support children, young people, their families and the wider local community through the provision of positive activities and opportunities.

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; being a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

We are a key member of Blairtummock & Rogerfield Partnership; a collaboration of local community based organisations schools, nurseries and the college. We work collaboratively to improve the life chances and opportunities for people living in the communities we serve. As a group of partners, we work across all ages which makes this opportunity exciting, innovative and forward thinking.

About the Project:

The 'Young Start Progressions' programme at 'The Pavilion' is a dynamic initiative aimed at empowering young individuals. Led by young people and supported by staff and volunteers, this project encompasses three key areas: assisting with primary-secondary school transitions, expanding volunteering opportunities, and enhancing pathways for personal and professional development.

Purpose of the Job:

The Volunteer Development Worker plays a pivotal role in delivering a programme of volunteering opportunities for young people involved in our clubs and programmes.

Their primary focus is to help participants attain recognized qualifications through volunteering and celebrate their achievements while creating pathways for their progression.

The Volunteer Development Worker will be a dynamic and confident people person, able to sensitively train and support volunteers throughout their journey with The Pavillion, as well as being able to recruit new volunteers and new volunteering opportunities.

The aim is:

  • To develop and inspire young people
  • To promote volunteering, attainment and progression opportunities for young people
  • To recognise and celebrate young people’s achievements and contributions as volunteers
  • Create pathways for young people to progress and experience new opportunities that help foster and develop their life skills

The Outcomes are:

  • Increased volunteering activities in a community setting
  • Increase leadership and mentoring within a community setting

Job Role:

We are seeking to appoint a Volunteer development worker for our Progressions programme. The Volunteer development worker will be able to train and support volunteers throughout their journey at The Pavillion, as well as being able to find, recruit and induct new volunteers as the charity continues to expand. The volunteer development worker will also seek volunteering opportunities outwith The Pavillion for volunteers wishing to expand their skill set.

The volunteer development worker will recruit and train volunteers and provide ongoing support, supervision and training. They will raise awareness and promote volunteering opportunities within The Pavillion and partner agencies.

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Programme Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £23,000 – £25,000 pro-rata
  • Easterhouse
  • Closing 6th December 2023

Blairtummock & Rogerfield Partnership has secured funding to deliver the Easterhouse Creative Climate Futures project.

From now until March 2025, Creative Climate Futures will work with organisations and local residents in two “pioneer” neighbourhoods in Glasgow to understand what climate change means locally, to imagine what climate ready futures might look like, and to speed up local action to make these a reality.

Creative Climate Futures is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The funding has been awarded through Glasgow City Council’s Communities and Place Fund and is being led by sustainability charity Sniffer, workingwith Creative Carbon Scotland, Community Land Scotland, Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, the Scottish Communities Climate Action Network and Glasgow City Council. You can find out more general information about the project here.

Easterhouse has been chosen to be one of the ‘Pioneer Neighbourhoods’ and Pavillion will host a Programme Coordinator post to take this work forward with partners.

Purpose of Job

We are seeking a Programme Coordinator to lead the delivery of this project, working closely with local partners to ensure the local community shape and gain access to new and exciting opportunities, through delivery of a range of creative activities and conversations, that will bring positive change for the local environment and for local people, influencing and shape the priorities that matter to them.

Being creative, innovative and ideas driven, to support delivery of multiple programmes of activity and be able to forge strong positive relationships with partners and local people are key attributes for this post. The postholder will be responsible for taking a coordinated approach to implementing activities with partners that address the key identified environmental issues affecting local people.

The postholder will receive support to establish key outcomes and report against these over the course of the project. The postholder should have experience working with a range of age groups and are able to demonstrate experience in taking a community-led approach to service delivery.

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Business Development Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,000
  • Easterhouse
  • Closing 30th June 2023

Established in 1999, The Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse) is a community youth organisation that provides a safe, fun, and nurturing environment for young people from primary 1 upwards, with most activities having historically focused on children and young people aged up to 18 but now with an increasing focus on whole family, whole community activities. Everything that we do aims to inspire our participants, raise their aspirations, help them to address the challenges that they face and encourage their development as young people.

The core of Pavillion’s service offer is a drop-in service for Mini’s, Junior’s, and Senior’s. While attending these sessions, young people take part in a wide range of engaging and developmental activities including issue-based workshops, sports, team building, games, STEM activities, art, music, and IT related activities. Specific additional projects are then developed around this core. For example, our peer wellbeing programme for young people allows young people to discuss their mental health and wellbeing and to support each other through a network of peers.

We also place a strong focus on attainment, helping young people to demonstrate what their development, through Youth Achievement / Dynamic Youth Awards, Community Achievement Awards, Saltire Awards and Youth Access units at Kelvin College.

Purpose of Job

The Business Development Manager in partnership with the community and staff will be responsible for developing and leading the business development strategy for the organisation.

The Pavillion needs a long-term plan. We have a small facility and a large catchment and an ever-increasing waiting list of families who need access to the service. We need to look at options for premises going forward. New build? Development on the current site or is it taking over an unused building in the community?

We also need to develop new income streams which lessen our need for grant funding.

We think this is a fantastic opportunity for someone with the correct skills and enthusiasm to make a real difference in a community despite having to deal with enormous issues, still has the drive and determination to succeed as individuals and a community. This well not be easy but it will be rewarding. In a world were there is so much darkness, this will be a beacon of light

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Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 18th November 2022

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation, that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity.

The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:

  • Participation
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Life skills & Employability
  • Attainment
  • Digital Inclusion

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

Purpose of Job

Working under the direction of our Team leader, Youth Workers are key to ensuring the successful delivery of our provision for young people. The role will include the development and delivery of specific youth work projects and programmes delivered in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organisation, helping young people to develop personally, socially, and educationally. The role will include providing support to vulnerable and at-risk service users. Also responding to their needs, encouraging, and enabling achievement, self-expression, positivity, confidence, and the development of self-esteem based on equality and respect for each other.

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Mental Health Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,000 pro-rata
  • The Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse), Glasgow
  • Closing 10th August 2022

We wish to employ a Youth Mental Health Worker to develop and deliver a package of support with a specific focus on youth mental health & emotional well-being through a range of activities such as group work, information sessions, campaigns and other relevant activities during our drop-in sessions.

Using current campaigns, media and youth issues as the platform for initial discussion the group work would involve sessions where the young people identify issues and look at ways of addressing these.

This would be delivered during the drop-in sessions using tools such as arts and social media to form their own campaigns which would be acknowledged through the club and supported by all staff e.g., mental health week, anti-bullying week to name a few suggestions. The campaigns would focus on promoting positive mental health & well-being and promote the already free existing activities available at The Pavillion such as art & crafts, music and cooking as well as shape new activities where gaps exist.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Act as point-of-contact to liaise and meet regularly with all project partners, taking responsibility for communication and sharing of information, and provide feedback on progression of ongoing work.
  • Oversee all aspects of the programme and ensure it delivers the agreed outputs and outcomes.
  • Work closely with the Manager to establish project goals and ensure they are achieved.
  • Establish and maintain agreed timetables and budgets.
  • Ensure an appropriate monitoring and evaluation framework is place for all aspects of the programme.
  • Ensure all information is shared with sensitivity, demonstrating awareness of data protection and copyright legislation.

Skills, abilities and knowledge

Essential

  • Ability to work in a participative way with young people.
  • SVQ Level 3 in youth work
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to convey information in an engaging and effective way with young people.
  • Excellent administrative skills.
  • Ability to build positive working relationships with young people and the youth work staff.
  • Good general ICT literacy, including MS Word, Excel, Outlook. Knowledge of web writing skills, and familiarity with social media.
  • Ability to work independently without close supervision, to be self-motivating and act with judgement and initiative.
  • Ability to plan, prioritise and manage a diverse programme of work, and to deliver planned outcomes to competing agendas and deadlines, with the flexibility needed to respond to new demands.
  • Ability to manage projects, including collaborations with external partners.

Desirable

  • Familiarity with the work of The Pavillion
  • Flexibility working hours – evening and weekend work required.
  • Knowledge of data protection
  • Child Protection trained or willingness to undertake this training.
  • Experience of supporting/developing Podcasts

Personal qualities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams.
  • Commitment to supporting the professional standards.
  • Ability to work well under pressure.
  • Ability to act as a positive role model for young people.

Experience

  • Experience of delivering issue-based work in the youth work sector.
  • Experience of working with young people experiencing mental health issues.

Responsible to: Manager

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Peer wellbeing Project Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £24,500 pro-rata
  • The Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse)
  • Closing 10th August 2022

The Pavillion Development Trust (established 1999)is a youth and community organisation that provides a safe and fun environment for young people to take part in many activities including sports, games, coding, art, and music. We work with children to reduce social isolation, helping them to build friendships and to build their confidence and life skills. We provide help and support to young people through issue-based workshops to enable them to tackle issues they may face including anti bullying, healthy relationships, and alcohol/drug issues. The number of young people who attend The Pavilion has risen sharply in the last couple of years and continues to do so.

Job Role

The Peer Wellbeing project coordinator will develop and deliver a programme of workshops to work on the issues young people are experiencing. They will work with them to develop coping mechanisms and strategies to enable them to work through these and cope better in their daily lives. The programme would consist of group work sessions and 1-2-1 support for the young people attending while linking them into any support services they require. The Project Coordinator will work closely with young people who are keen to develop and progress by becoming peer mentors.

Peer mentors will use their own learning to support new members coming through the project in a peer to peer role while being supported by the project coordinator. The Project Coordinator will work closely with the staff team and attendees to ensure a universal message is delivered during all drop in sessions and support is available for all young people.

The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2022 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:

  • Participation
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Life skills & Employability
  • Attainment
  • Digital Inclusion

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

Responsible to: Manager

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Summer Sessional Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Easterhouse
  • Closing 23rd July 2022

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation, that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity.

The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:

  • Participation
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Life skills & Employability
  • Attainment
  • Digital Inclusion

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

Purpose of Job

Working under the direction of our Team leader, Youth Workers are key to ensuring the successful delivery of our provision for young people. The role will include the development and delivery of specific youth work projects and programmes delivered in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organisation, helping young people to develop personally, socially, and educationally. The role will include providing support to vulnerable and at-risk service users. Also responding to their needs, encouraging, and enabling achievement, self-expression, positivity, confidence, and the development of self-esteem based on equality and respect for each other.

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This vacancy has now closed

Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 11th March 2022

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation, that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity.

The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:

  • Participation
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Life skills & Employability
  • ·Attainment
  • Digital Inclusion

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

Purpose of Job

Working under the direction of our Team leader, Youth Workers are key to ensuring the successful delivery of our provision for young people. The role will include the development and delivery of specific youth work projects and programmes delivered in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organisation, helping young people to develop personally, socially, and educationally. The role will include providing support to vulnerable and at-risk service users. Also responding to their needs, encouraging, and enabling achievement, self-expression, positivity, confidence, and the development of self-esteem based on equality and respect for each other.

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PT Youth Mental Health Worker

  • Part time
  • £22,000 pro-rata
  • Easterhouse, Glasgow
  • Closing 18th June 2021

We wish to employ a PT Youth Mental Health Worker to develop and deliver a package of support with a specific focus on youth mental health & emotional well-being through a range of activities such as group work, 1-2-1s, information sessions, campaigns and other relevant activities.

Using current campaigns, media and youth issues as the platform for initial discussion the group work would involve sessions where the young people identify issues and look at ways of addressing these.

This would be delivered through arts and social media sessions to form their own campaigns which would be acknowledged through the club and supported by all staff e.g. mental health week, anti-bullying week to name a few suggestions. The campaigns would focus on promoting positive mental health & well-being and promote the already and free existing activities available at Pavillion such as fitness, art & music as well as shape new activities where gaps exist.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Act as point-of-contact to liaise and meet regularly with all project partners, taking responsibility for communication and sharing of information, and provide feedback on progression of ongoing work.
  • Oversee all aspects of the programme and ensure it delivers the agreed outputs and outcomes.
  • Work closely with the Manager to establish project goals and ensure they are achieved.
  • Establish and maintain agreed timetables and budgets.
  • Ensure an appropriate monitoring and evaluation framework is place for all aspects of the programme.
  • Ensure all information is shared with sensitivity, demonstrating awareness of data protection and copyright legislation;

Skills, abilities and knowledge

Essential

  • Ability to work in a participative way with young people.
  • SVQ Level 3 in youth work
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to convey information in an engaging and effective way with young people.
  • Excellent administrative skills.
  • Ability to build positive working relationships with young people.
  • Good general ICT literacy, including MS Word, Excel, Outlook. Knowledge of web writing skills, and familiarity with social media.
  • Ability to work independently without close supervision, to be self-motivating and act with judgement and initiative.
  • Ability to plan, prioritise and manage a diverse programme of work, and to deliver planned outcomes to competing agendas and deadlines, with the flexibility needed to respond to new demands.
  • Ability to manage projects, including collaborations with external partners.

Desirable

  • Familiarity with the work of The Pavillion
  • Flexibility working hours – evening and weekend work required.
  • Knowledge of data protection
  • Child Protection trained or willingness to undertake this training.
  • Experience of supporting/developing Podcasts

Personal qualities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams.
  • Commitment to supporting the professional standards.
  • Ability to work well under pressure.
  • Ability to act as a positive role model for young people.

Experience

  • Substantial experience of working in a co-ordination capacity and/or administrative role within the youth work sector.
  • Experience of project management in the youth work sector.
  • Experience of working with young people experiencing mental health issues.

Reporting to:Manager

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Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 17th April 2021

We are a fast-paced and progressive organisation, that aims to support children, young people, and their families through the provision of positive activity.

The Pavillion makes a commitment to contribute to the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework and its contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals in supporting our community to adapt to life in 2021 and beyond. With poverty, digital exclusion, and rising unemployment prevalent in our community and as the nation recovers from the Coronavirus pandemic, The Pavillion have identified and embedded the following key themes into their business strategy and programming:

  • Participation
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Life skills & Employability
  • Attainment
  • Digital Inclusion

The Pavillion supports and serves its community by; continually striving towards an inclusive facility; a progressive organisation that meets the needs of its community and being a knowledgeable and informed organisation.

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