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Employment Opportunities: Various Roles - Closing Date - 15th March

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Youth Counsellor

  • Hours: Various posts/hours available maximum hours 30 per week
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Location: Various – Norwich and Norfolk
  • Salary: £23,397 pa full time equivalent

This role will play a part in our mission to support young people in Norfolk by providing 1:1 counselling sessions for young people.

Applicants must have a recognised qualification in counselling, and be accredited, or eligible for accreditation, by the BACP, UKCP, or an equivalent body. Some experience of working with young people is essential.

Youth Mental Health Worker

  • Hours: Ideally full time 37 hours per week, but we will consider applicants wanting to work part time or other flexible arrangements such as job shares
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Location: Norwich (with a County wide remit)
  • Salary: £23,397 pa full time equivalent

This role involves delivering one to one and group psycho-educational interventions to young people. The ideal candidate will have experience of working with young people with mental health problems and experience of delivering individual psycho-social interventions.

Participation Youth Worker

  • Hours: Ideally full time 37 hours per week, but we will consider applicants wanting to work part time or other flexible arrangements such as job shares
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Location: Various – Norwich and Norfolk
  • Salary: £23,397 pa full time equivalent

This role works on our Youth Advisory Boards (YAB). Our participation youth workers work alongside young people on campaigns, lobbying and youth involvement that promotes young people’s views, creates social change and ensures the voice of young people is heard in decision making.  The ideal candidate will be passionate about supporting young people to take action and will have experience of working with young people, networking, community organising, campaigning, lobbying and social movements.

How to apply:

  • For further information and an application pack, go to www.map.uk.net.
  • Please submit your completed application form to HR@map.uk.net

The closing date for completed applications for all roles is Monday 15th March 2021 at 9am