Reception Team Leader

Location: YMCA Wimbledon
Contract: Permanent
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week
Salary: £20,987.20 per annum
Closing Date: 24 August 2018

Club Leader – After school

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Location: YMCA Walthamstow
Contract: Permanent – Part time
Hours of Work:  26.75 hours per week 3 hours preparation to be worked across the week as appropriate, term time only
Salary: £12,071.21 per annum
Closing Date3 Aug 2018

Breakfast and Afterschool Club Play worker
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Location: YMCA Walthamstow
Contract: Term time
Hours of Work: Hours of Work:  23.75 hours Per week (during term time)
Salary: £9.32 per hour
Closing Date: 3 August 2018

Assistant Key worker 

Location: YMCA Surbiton
Contract: Fixed Term, Part time –6 months from the start date.
Hours of Work: 8 hours per week, expected to cover weekdays, weekends, and bank holidays, early and late shifts.
Salary: £8.82 per hour
Closing Date: 22 July 2018

Chair of Trustees

Duty officer

Recruiter: TPP Recruitment
Location: London
Salary: Voluntary – unpaid
Posted: 20 Jun 2018
Closes: 15 Jul 2018
Function: Trustees & Chair
Sector: Children & YouthHousing & Homelessness
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Contract

Night Support Worker   

Location: YMCA Surbiton 
Contract: Fixed Term, 6 months from date of Joining. 
Hours of Work: 8 hours per week, you will be expected to cover weekdays, weekends and bank holidays, early and late shifts.
 Salary: £11.40 per hour 
Closing Date: 22 July 2018

Duty Officer 

Location: YMCA Surbiton
Contract: Part time, Fixed Term – 6 months from the start date.
Hours of Work: 8 hours per week, Will be expected to cover weekdays, weekends, and bank holidays, early and late shifts. Depending on the requirement.
Salary: £9.38 per hour 
Closing Date: 22 July 2018

Thank you for your interest in working for the YMCA; it’s an exciting time to join YMCA St Paul’s Group. We have recently become the largest Association in Europe, as four YMCAs have come together to merge, to serve young people and communities in London and beyond. We’re a charity and part of a federation of YMCAs, affiliated to YMCA England and Wales. Our vision is of “places where young people thrive and communities flourish”. To achieve this vision, our mission is “to be an inclusive Christian Association, transforming communities so that all young people can belong, contribute and thrive”.

This mission is embedded in all that we do at YMCA St Paul’s Group. We recognise the value of each individual staff member and how their unique contribution makes an impact.

In the UK, there are 160 different YMCA Associations, each of which operates as a separately registered charity. These YMCAs are often working with people at times of greatest need. Worldwide, YMCA has over 30 million members in 125 countries. Each YMCA is influenced by local issues and needs, but on the whole YMCAs aim to:

  • Facilitate personal, social and spiritual development
  • Build relationships and provide programmes that support young people
  • Develop communities through the provision of supported housing, community activities and inclusive sport, exercise and fitness programmes for all ages

We are committed to ensuring that diversity is reflected strongly within our Board of Management, volunteer and employee structures. This includes a commitment to keep our practices under review, leading to action where necessary, in order to attract new people from all sections of the community.

Inclusiveness is fundamental to the ethos of the YMCA as a Christian organisation. It is expressed in a commitment to welcome people of other faiths and those of none. In order to promote the Christian ethos of YMCA, it is important that certain posts are filled by committed Christians. If the advert for the position for which you are applying states that you are required to have a personal commitment to the Christian faith, you will be asked to demonstrate your religious commitment and this will be taken into account in the selection process. If this is not the case, whilst you will be expected to respect the Christian ethos of the YMCA and uphold its values in your work, you are not required to complete the ‘Religious Beliefs’ section. The values to be upheld include: being inclusive and welcoming to people of all religious faiths and none; promoting respect and freedom for all; working for tolerance and understanding; having an active care and concern for the community; and affirming the equal value of each person when caring for and working with others.