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Current vacancies & opportunities with #TeamGMYN

GMYN has a vacancy for a new (UASC) Programme Coordinator position .

GMYN are looking for a skilled and enthusiastic Programme Coordinator to lead our delivery for unaccompanied asylum-seeking and refugee young people (UASC).

We are looking for someone to lead our ‘Beeing Together’ programme for unaccompanied asylum-seeking and refugee young people, aged 15-21 and living across Greater Manchester

Please see the attached job pack for more information.

Closing date: Friday 9th August – 12 noon.

Download our UASC Programme Coordinator job pack

GMYN has a vacancy for a new Cared for Children Programme Coordinator position

GMYN are looking for a skilled and enthusiastic Programme Coordinator to lead our programme for cared for young people aged 10-16 in Bury and Oldham

The programme will engage cared for young people in a variety of weekly enrichment activities, one-to-one support and holiday provision. It will help individuals to build new friendships, develop aspirations and gain access to a supportive worker who they can approach for advice and guidance.

Please see the attached job pack for more information.

Closing date: Friday 9th August – 12 noon.

Download our Cared for Children Programme Coordinator job pack

GMYN has vacancies for new Sessional Worker positions.

GMYN are looking for skilled and enthusiastic Sessional Workers to support our delivery for young people.

The sessional worker role is varied and interesting, offering opportunities to support and lead activities, both 1:1 and in groups, across a wide range of GMYN programmes.

There are 3 different Sessional Worker roles and any staff recruited could do a mix of all 3 dependent on their skills and experience.

  • Support sessional worker (£13 per hour)
  • Lead sessional worker (£15 per hour)
  • Specialist sessional worker (£17 per hour)

Please see the attached job pack for more information.

Closing date: Ongoing

Download our Sessional Workers job pack

Our approach to being inclusive

GMYN aims to create an inclusive welcoming environment for all those who work or volunteer at GMYN or wish to join #TeamGMYN. Further information on this and our future plans can be seen in each job pack.

So that we can make sure our jobs are inclusive, we ask anybody that sends in an application to please also complete an Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form and send it to jobs@gmyn.co.uk to help us with our monitoring and plans.

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

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