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YWCA Vacancies

30th August 2017

A highly successful organisation providing accommodation and support services to vulnerable young women and families is looking for two enthusiastic and committed individuals to join our existing team in Rotherham

1 x Senior Project Worker

Rotherham Services

Part-time permanent role, 22.5 hours per week

Hours can be worked flexibly over 3-5 days, but must include Monday’s, Tuesday’s and Friday’s to meet the needs of the service

Salary points 29 – 31 (£24892 - £26,539) pro-rata

Are you an experienced Project Worker who is looking for a step into management?
Are you a current manager looking for a new challenge?
Then we would like to meet you!

We are seeking an experienced and dynamic individual to work closely with the Rotherham Services Manager to deliver accommodation based support to teenage parents, and floating support to a range of vulnerable clients in Rotherham.

Highly motivated and confident you will play a key role in in ensuring that service users receive excellent provision and that staff are well supported.

Based in Rotherham in a dynamic service that has been awarded a level A in the Supporting People Quality Assessment Framework, you will be hard working, conscientious and energetic as this will be a demanding but rewarding role.

 Fleming Gardens YPTS Service

(Young Parents Tenancy Support)

1 x Full time, permanent Project Worker

37 hours per week, to be worked on Monday to Friday on a rota basis between the hours of 8.00am and 6.00pm.

 Salary points 24-28 (£21,067 - £23,945)

YWCA Yorkshire is offering the opportunity for the right person to join a team of like-minded colleagues who are working to improve the outcomes of young families.

 Based at our Fleming Gardens Project (Bramley Office), you will be an experienced and practical Project Worker who can engage hard to reach young families to enable them to succeed in their own tenancies and build a solid foundation on which to develop skills as parents, individuals and successful family units.

You will be resilient, highly practical and able to form positive relationships with young families. You will be persistent, hardworking, creative and committed to ensuring that young families are able to meet their potential as successful family units. You must hold a driving license and have access to a car.

For an informal chat or to discuss either of the roles further please contact Sue Phillips on 01709 703471 or for an application pack, please email Rebecca Lockwood at

An application pack is also available on our website at

Closing date for applications for both roles is 12.00pm on Monday 25h September 2017


Interviews for the Senior Project Worker will be held on 4th & 6th October 2017


Interviews for the Project Worker will be held on 11th & 13th October 2017



This is a re-advertisement for the Senior Project Worker role so therefore previous candidates for that role need not apply.


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