Bradford is one of 21 Local Authority Areas to receive funding through the Troubled Families programme for tackling youth crime. This fund will bring together VCS keyworkers, police, targeted Early Help, community groups, teachers and other professionals to intervene earlier to help stop young people from becoming drawn into crime, serious violence and entering the youth justice system.
This locality based model is an extension of the existing VCS Families First partnership in Bradford comprising of Barnardo’s, Brathay Trust, JAMES and YMCA Bradford. We are currently recruiting for staff to help us deliver this important work. You can visit our recent vacancies here.Posted by YMCA Admin & Marketing Team on Thursday, 14 March @ 13:08
Bradford YMCA is looking forward to help more young people tackle loneliness and improve emotional health and well being by going green. This Project is funded through the Building Connections Fund Youth strand, delivered by the Co-op Foundation.
Bradford based YMCA, is set to extend its Shaping Spaces project, after being awarded fund tackling youth loneliness.
The charity, which runs from the YMCA Culture Fusion building will work with a steering group of young people aged 16-25 who are not in education, employment or training to create, pilot and then run the extended project.
The project is expected to offer small group sessions such as physical activity in greenspaces ‘green exercise’, horticulture activities including gardening and tree planting and community social action projects.
For more details please read this post by Telegraph and Argus.Posted by YMCA Admin & Marketing Team on Monday, 14 January @ 14:53
Are you looking to work with BradfordYMCA? We currently have two vacancies available. Closing date for these roles is Monday 21st January 2019 by 9.00am.
Maintenance Operative: 24-30 hours £18,020 FTE
To provide key holding and maintenance duties (preventative and reactive) to ensure the effective, efficient and safe operation and repairs of the YMCA Culture Fusion premises.
Caretaker: 24-30 hours per week £8.00 per hour
To provide caretaking and general maintenance duties to ensure the effective, efficient and safe operation of the YMCA Culture Fusion premises. To work alongside the Front of House Team to deliver excellent customer service to tenants and customers.
For more details on how to apply for these jobs please follow the link here.
Please note, that due to the high volume of applications which we are currently receiving, we are only able to contact candidates who are successful in progressing to the next stage. If you have not been contacted within 5 working days of the closing date, then please presume that you have not been successful on this occasion.Posted by YMCA Admin & Marketing Team on Monday, 14 January @ 14:29