Positive Futures is a charitable youth organisation based in North Liverpool that works with young people to give them access to support, guidance and opportunities. The charity is currently recruiting.
Marketing and Communications Officer
Salary: £8.50 – £10.50 per hour, dependent on experience.
Hours per week: Part-time
Positive Futures is looking for a marketing and media savvy person to join our team and help celebrate the great work going on. You will be a confident communicator who enjoys using social media to communicate with young people and local organisations.
Working with Positive Futures’ Youth Development Workers and the Management Team, you will help to promote the work going on by Positive Futures in a variety of settings. You will also promote various opportunities with Positive Futures and local organisations across our website and social media handles. This role is expected to continue to grow our brand awareness using various digital marketing platforms. There will also be some copywriting required of the successful candidate to help secure as much external PR as possible.
You’ll have experience of updating and maintaining websites and will be happy to take the lead on keeping our website fresh and interesting. Adding new content such as news stories, case studies, photos, events etc. will all form part of your day-to-day duties. You need to be able to add flare and have the initiative to produce interesting content relevant to varied audiences. There will also be the opportunity to get creative and produce interesting and informative news stories and case studies to reflect Positive Futures’ work.
Closing date: Friday 10 February 2017
NCS Staff – Lead and Assistant Leads
Salary: £8.50 – £10.50 per hour
Looking for work this summer? Positive Futures is looking for staff for its National Citizen Service (NCS) Project. This includes summer residentials, workshop based activities, and using media to give young people a voice.
NCS workers need to be available for 4 week blocks of time over the summer period including some overnights.
Job role entails:
- Working with children and young people to plan activities and events in their area
- Working creatively with young people encouraging them to express their views and take control of their projects
- Organising group activities, providing 1-2-1 support
- Planning and evaluating activities
After completion of the summer programme, there is opportunity to join bank of staff for continued employment.
Closing date: Friday 27 February 2017
Voluntary Outreach Support Service Project Coordinator
Salary range within: £23,000 p.a.
Contract: Fixed-term, three years
Voluntary Outreach Support Service (VOSS) is a newly created National Lottery funded project that brings together five charities from North Liverpool to work collaboratively for the benefit of young people and the wider community, which will include detached street based intervention, group work and one to one support.
The post-holder will be to oversee the development and expansion of this new project and to ensure smooth running of the VOSS project though effective monitoring and evaluation.
Closing date: Friday 17 February 2017
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