Current Vacancies & Opportunities with #TeamGMYN:
GMYN offers opportunities for new staff to join our sessional staff on a regular basis. If there are vacancies available they will be shown here. If we are not taking any new applications currently, you can always sign up for our jobs list by emailing email@example.com.
GMYN delivers various programmes and looks for staff with various skills and experiences to help support our young people and join our vibrant team. New vacancies will be shown below as soon as they become live so watch this space for any new vacancies being announced:
Due to the nature of some of our roles, an enhanced DBS check and references may be required before a job offer can be confirmed.
Our approach to being more inclusive
GMYN aims to create an inclusive welcoming environment for young people and all those who work or volunteer at GMYN or wish to join #TeamGMYN. Whilst our staff are diverse in many ways, we recognise we are not currently representative of the communities that we serve, and we want to change this. We therefore welcome and encourage applications from people from BAME backgrounds and people who identity as having additional needs or disabilities.
GMYN is ambitious about diversity and inclusion and wants to improve. If you’ve got the right skills and experiences, we want to hear from you. We encourage applications from all people regardless of age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, belief or race
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Care leavers are 6x more likely to be convicted, 5x more likely to self-harm and 3x more likely to be unemployed.
We have been helping care experienced young people young people aged 13-25 in Greater Manchester since 2012. We provide them with weekly fun but challenging experiences that build social skills, encourage health and positive well-being, develop self-esteem and provide skills for the future.
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Hassan, 23, went into care aged 4. His mum has drug issues and he now lives with his dad and two of his half brothers. His brothers are involved with knife crime, drug dealing and gang violence and they steal from him to pay off debts. Hassan does not feel safe at home.
Hassan has a learning difficulty. At school, he stole cars, got into fights and robbed houses to fit in. He was excluded and did not finish school.
Over the past year, one of his friends was stabbed to death outside his local mosque and another took his own life. Both were under the age of 25.
Since joining GMYN, Hassan is determined to turn other young people away from crime. He writes raps, expressing his struggles for other young people. He also volunteers; takes part in peer-mentoring courses; and is now a GMYN Ambassador, helping to change the lives of other care experienced young people in Greater Manchester.
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Young people in Greater Manchester are 40% more likely to be in care than in the rest of England.
The additional services needed to support young people leaving care can cost the public an extra £22,415 per young person, per year. For just £1,000 per person, per year, we can help care experienced young people transition successfully into adulthood with the skills and support that they need. Your support can give a care experienced young person in Greater Manchester a future. Whether you are interested in making a donation, forming a partnership, or supporting our programmes in other ways, get in touch to find our how you can get involved. You can change a life. Find out more in our brochure, ‘Transforming Lives in Care: The Need for Your Support’ and get in touch with Jo on 0161 234 2950, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are extremely grateful to each of our supporters and grant funders that enable us to deliver our programmes with young people across Greater Manchester.
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