Gweithiwr Ieuenctid – Prosiect Llythrennedd Ariannol, Menter a Hyfforddiant.

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Prosiect Ieuenctid Caerfyrddin – Prosiect Llythrennedd Ariannol

Categori swydd: Gwaith Ieuenctid a Chymuned

Yn atebol i: Rheolwr Prosiect

Oriau: 25 hours a week involving unsocial hours, including evening and weekend working on rota.

Cyflog: £21,892.06 (pro rata)

Contract: Funded for 3 years until July 2025 (dependent on start date)

Dyddiad Cau: 29.06.22

 

Pwrpas swydd

  • A allwch chi ddatblygu Prosiect Llythrennedd Ariannol a Mentergarwch gyffrous  gan weithio gyda phobl ifanc ym Mhrosiect Ieuenctid Caerfyrddin?
  • Bydd y rôl yn rhoi cyfleoedd i bobl ifanc 7-25 oed ddysgu sgiliau a datblygu arferion gwell o ran llythrennedd ariannol, cynilo, gwario a chyllidebu ynghyd ag archwilio ffyrdd y gallant wella eu bywydau trwy ddatblygu prosiectau menter a’i hybu i sefydlu micro fentrau ei hunain.
  • Byddwch yn ymgysylltu ac yn cefnogi pobl ifanc i ddatblygu sgiliau trwy weithgareddau rydych chi’n eu dylunio, gan eu helpu i oresgyn unrhyw rwystrau sy’n eu hatal rhag cyrraedd eu llawn botensial, gan ystyried  egwyddorion ac arferion gwaith ieuenctid.
  • Disgwylir i chi annog a hyrwyddo ymgysylltiad pobl ifanc yn y gymuned fel rhan o brosiectau Dr M’z.
  • Bydd deiliad y swydd yn gweithio ar sail rota i gynnwys nosweithiau a phenwythnosau.

 

Important:

At present, the Youth Project is open to young people (and for clean down) Wednesday to Friday 3.30-8.00 and Saturdays 10-6pm. As such the role involves working inclusive of these hours on a rota basis and one in three Saturdays 12.30-6. The opening times are also subject to change.

Principal Responsibilities

1. To consult with young people to establish what their needs are relating to Finance/money and enterprise skills and training.

2. To develop, deliver/facilitate and evaluate financial skills activities, workshops and projects to build young people’s skills in managing their finances.

3. To develop enterprise and micro business projects with young people to improve their opportunities in life.

4. To develop and deliver training to young people through Agored/ASDAN or other courses where appropriate.

5. To develop working relationships with other organisations in order to offer our service to as many young people as possible who need the service.

6. To complete monitoring and evaluation procedures in line with the requirements of the Trustees and funders of the Project in conjunction with the Youth Project Manager.

7. To generate further funding and income to support the Project in collaboration with the General Manager.

8. To publicise the activities and services of the Project in order to reach as wide a client base as possible, targeting harder to reach young people in the County by organising community visits, events and networking days etc. in liaison with the Project Manager.
9. To monitor and evaluate your work, keep statistics and evidence of the impact of the service to submit to the Project Manager at the end of the year, as well as providing any reports as required for external funders.

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Person specification

Qualifications and experience

Essential:

1. A Youth Work Qualification or equivalent qualification or experience for this role or willingness to complete a Level 2/3 in Youth Work.

2. Experience of developing and delivering activities and training.

3. Knowledge of the current issues affecting young people.

4. A demonstrable commitment to Equal Opportunities and an understanding of anti-discriminatory practice.

5. Experience of working in a team and a demonstrable ability to be self-motivated and to work under own initiative.

6. An understanding of the basics of Safeguarding and General Data Protection Procedures.

Desirable:

7. Registration with Education Workforce Council.

8. Experience in finance or business related field.

9. Ability to speak Welsh at any level.

10. Evidence of an interest in the voluntary sector and in making a contribution to the life of the local community.

11. Knowledge of the working of statutory and voluntary agencies and partnership working.

12. Knowledge of current legislation and strategy referring to children and young people e.g. The Children’s Act, Youth Work Strategy for Wales, National Occupational Standards in Youth Work and other relevant strategies.

Attitude And Qualities

1. Non-judgemental.

2. Ability to work professionally as part of a team

3. Good listening skills.

4. Be a Reflective Practitioner

5. Good organisational skills and a demonstrable ability to plan and prioritise own workload.

6. Good communication and I.T. skills and the ability to produce written reports, minutes and articles.

7. The ability to deal calmly and sympathetically with a wide range of situations.

8. A sensitive attitude to the support needs of young people, staff and volunteers when dealing with personal crises, disturbances etc.

9. An understanding of the importance of confidentiality

The Project recognises that some people may not have the relevant qualifications for this post but may have such life experience that they can be considered as appropriate for work with young people. A flexible attitude may therefore be taken when assessing an individual’s suitability for a post and when shortlisting. Any such flexibility will be transparent and methodology for recruiting will be made available to all applicants on request.