We are currently recruiting for a Lead Youth Worker to work in South West and Mid Wales. Weekend and evening work will be part of this role.

The Lead Youth Worker will develop Connected groups for children and young people in South West and Mid Wales.  You will develop, deliver and promote all elements of the children and young people’s service in collaboration with regional partners. The post holder will also work closely with other Adoption UK staff in delivering support to parents in Wales to ensure the young adoptee’s family are aware of and accessing adoption support services where appropriate

The post holder will need to have a clean driving license and access to their own car.

Hours: 25 hours a week (flexible with some evening and weekend working required)
Salary: £27,917 full time equivalent. Pro Rata for 25 hours
Location: Hybrid with some regular attendance at the office base at National Botanic Gardens of Wales. Will include some home working and travel across Wales. The worker is expected to hold a valid driving licence and provide a car, for which mileage allowance is payable.
Duration: Permanent.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 4th 2023. Interview dates to be confirmed.

For more information download the Candidate Pack:

Candidate Pack - English

Role Description - Welsh

Role Description - English

Download the application forms:

Employment application form

Employment Application form (Cymraeg)

Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form

To Apply, complete the application form and go to our  recruitment site           to register interest and upload your completed application.

If you are unable to access the recruitment site or encounter technical issues send your completed application and covering letter to [email protected] or for further information, please contact: Ruth Letten on [email protected]