Community Youth Development Worker

We are seeking an experienced and committed youth worker to establish new youth provision in the Redcliffe area of Bristol, in response to local young people’s needs.


30 hours per week, 3 year post initially


£25,574-£27,673 pro rata (£20,459-£22,138)


Are you:


- Passionate about working with young people in areas of deprivation, to enable them to flourish?

- Experienced at delivering face-to-face and detached youth work?

- Experienced at developing new youth services?

- Skilled at working in partnership with the local community?


 Informal conversations  0117 231 0060

 Closing date 12 noon Wednesday 3rd May 2017

 Interviews  Thursday 11th May 2017


Application pack


Application form (download)

Confidential declaration (download)




Redcliffe Care Film Club Volunteer




LinkAge & Redcliffe Care works with people 55+ and local communities to facilitate inspiring social activities that enrich lives, reduce isolation and support active participation.


Redcliffe Care Film Club runs twice monthly on a Wednesday afternoon at the Faithspace Hall, starting at 2.30pm, on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month


We are looking for an enthusiastic volunteer, responsible for planning the monthly programme, sourcing the DVD’s and running the session.

 What we ask of you


Hire and return DVD’s (please keep receipts, as we can only reimburse expenses on production of a receipt).

Welcome Club Members from 2.30pm on Wednesdays, and make tea/coffee for those who want it.

Set up and operate the DVD player, sound system and projector.

Keep a register of attendances, and collect weekly membership fee.

Advise attendance numbers to Redcliffe Care every month.

Provide a copy of the register and fees to Redcliffe Care on request.

Inform the Hannah Currant as soon as possible of any Wednesdays that you are not available to volunteer.

Reprasent Redcliffe Care in a positive manner.


About you


A friendly and welcoming manner, able to put new members at their ease.

An awareness of issues affecting older people.

An interest in a wide range of film, including classic films, from the black and white era onwards.

Comfortable with technology, and happy to operate a DVD player, sound system and projector.

An understanding of the importance of data recording, carrying and collating information

Awareness of the importance of confidentiality.




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