Wanted – A landlubber (Youth Development Officer) looking for adventure with a charity

Now in its 7th year of operation, Challenge Wales | Wales’ Tall Ship is now recruiting for a part time Youth Development Officer. This role is funded by the Big Lottery Fund for 3 years and is shore- based. Are you a landlubber with a sprinkle of Captain Jack Sparrow tendencies? Are you working in the education sector and have an inner-adventurer wanting to get out? Are you wanting to work for a fun, charity that is literally providing life-changing voyages to young people? Do you want to jump aboard and help us develop our innovative sail training programme to enable us to reach out to more young people? Then read on…..

Challenge Wales is a sail training charity and Wales’ Tall Ship and is seeking to a appoint a part time Youth Development Officer. Based shore-side in Penarth (near Cardiff Bay) this new role is key in the growth of the charity.
Salary – £13,000 (20 hours a week)
Term – a 3 year contract (subject to funding availability after 3 years)
Closing Date – 8 August 2016

Full job spec with details on how to apply:

Elusen hyfforddiant hwylio a Llong Uchel Cymru yw Her Cymru ac mae’n awyddus i benodi Swyddog Datblygu Pobl Ifanc rhan amser. Wedi’i lleoli ym Mhenarth (ger Bae Caerdydd), mae’r rôl newydd hon yn allweddol i dwf yr elusen.

Cyflog – £13,000 (20 awr yr wythnos)
Mae hwn yn gontract cychwynnol o dair blynedd a ariennir gan y Gronfa Loteri Fawr
Dyddiad cau: 8 Awst 2016.

Gwnewch gais am ein swydd Swyddog Datblygu Pobl Ifanc:



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