EYST is an innovative and award-winning organisation which aims to support ethnic minority people living in Wales. EYST Progression Project requires a project worker (21 hours per week) to lead and develop the project, based in Swansea. The Progression Project is a partnership project funded by Queens Young leaders with Cwmbran Centre for Young People and Tanyard Youth Centre which aims to increase the skills and employability of BME young people, through employing youth employment champions and delivering accredited training programmes.
To apply, please download the application pack below and return the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 20th July 2018.
EYST is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from under-represented groups.
EYST Wales (Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales) is an award-winning and unique, beneficiary-led voluntary organisation supporting ethnic minority people across Wales. Funded by the Big Lottery Fund People and Places Programme, the Resilience Project is a community project aimed at increasing the resilience of young people to Islamist extremism, Far-right extremism and Sexual exploitation in Swansea and Cardiff.
We have the following vacancy to be filled by an experienced, passionate and committed individual:
Female Project Worker (Cardiff) £21,000-24,000 per annum (pro rata) – 17.5 hours per week - Fixed term until 31st December 2019
To apply, please download the application form and job description below and return the application form to email@example.com by Tuesday 31st July 2018 by 5pm.
EYST is an equal opportunities organisation and actively encourages applicants from under-represented groups. DBS checks will be required.