We have two new projects coming on line for Streetspace in the next few weeks, and I am still following up the other 30 odd enquiries. FYT also have two new posts with the out for good project.
Out4Good Project – working with and for ex-offenders
Project Leader and Project Worker posts
With 3 years of BIG Lottery Funding Frontier Youth Trust is taking the Out4Good Project (O4G) into its next chapter by recruiting these two key positions. O4G provides a sharp and challenging picture of how young people/adults who are ‘ex-offenders’ might be enabled to make the crucial transition from incarceration to a full and meaningful life back in the community.
With several years track record of success the project team will;
Work with young adults from prisons – supporting them to ensure that they don’t return to prison.
Develop creative housing responses for those young adults
Recruit and train mentors and ensure that young adults from prisons are able to find meaningful and purposeful activity
The workers will be based from home and will work in the Colchester area
Interviews for the Project Leader Post will be: May 21st 2010
Interviews for the Project Worker Post will be: 16th or 17th June 2010
Closing date for applications: Project leader (May 7th) and Project worker (7th June)
Salaries for these posts are Project Leader (£25,134) and Project Worker (£15,300). An application form and further details can be obtained from: Frontier Youth Trust, Unit 306f, The Big Peg, 120 Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B18 6NF, Tel: 0121 687 3505. E-mail: email@example.com.
THIS PROJECT IS FUNDED BY THE BIG LOTTERY FOR THE NEXT THREE YEAR