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Current vacancies & opportunities with #TeamGMYN

We are recruiting a new Chair of our Trustee Board

GMYN is seeking a new Chair of Trustees with the passion and drive to move the charity forward in a period of growth and development.

 The current Chair is stepping down in 2024 after 8 years and we are looking to find a new Chair that will continue to lead the Trustee Board.

The role is ideal for someone looking to develop their leadership skills and build their experience of the voluntary youth sector. Experience of youth work is not required. Ideally, we are looking for someone with experience of chairing meetings, experience of management and/or has a role with transferable skills. 

If you would like to apply to become our next Chair, you can download the attached pack which has more information. 

The deadline for applications is 5pm, March 29th 2024.


Download our chair recruitment pack

Current staffing vacancies

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 we serve and want to change this. Therefore, we welcome and encourage applications from people from BAME backgrounds and people with additional needs or disabilities.

GMYN is ambitious about diversity and inclusion and wants to improve. We want to hear from you if you’ve got the right skills and experiences. We encourage applications from all people regardless of age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, belief or race.

“GMYN has a really supportive environment, all staff are valued and their knowledge and experience benefit the whole charity.

GMYN Programme Coordinator

Stay up to date

Our involvement with Piper Hill Post-16’s safer road campaign

Piper Hill Post-16 in Wythenshawe have started a petition to Manchester City Council, campaigning for a safe crossing outside their school so that they are able to cross the road.

Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2024

This Neurodiversity Celebration Week we’ve been speaking to our young people about what is means to be autistic and why this week is so important.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day many young people joined us at Citypress to celebrate the day and come together to have some fun!

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