Summer Holiday Freelance Opportunites

Unique Voice

Job Description

We are looking for engaging, empathetic and reliable freelance youth and play workers to support the delivery of our holiday programmes in Bristol and South Glos during the summer.

*DATES:

WEEK 1: Tuesday 30th July – Thursday 1st August

WEEK 2: Tuesday 6th – Thursday 8th August

WEEK 3: Tuesday 13th – Thursday 15th August

WEEK 4: Tuesday 20th – Thursday 22nd August

* You would not need to commit to working all the 4 weeks of the programme; however, participation in our programmes changes on a weekly basis and to ensure continuity to our young people we would give priority to applicants who could work all the 3 days in any week.

TIME:  9.00am – 3.00pm (maximum, dependent on role)

Manager, Head Leader and Assistant positions available

PAY RATE: £63 – £120 per session (dependent on role)

Required skills

The role would suit someone who:

Each programme comprises a Manager, Head Leader and one or two Assistant Leaders, depending on the number of participants

All successful applicants will be contracted to Unique Voice on a Freelance basis following safer recruitment checks which includes having (or obtaining) a satisfactory child workforce enhanced DBS registered on the Update Service.

All roles require the ability to form an effective working relationship with team members and participants.

ASSISTANT LEADER: Supporting Managers and Head Leaders throughout by completing activities as requested.  Role requires knowledge of workshop plan and structure, understanding of policies/procedures

HEAD LEADER:  Responsible for facilitating the main activities by delivering the Unique Voice provided scheme.  Thorough knowledge of workshop plans and structure and skills to guide participants using Unique Voice behaviour management strategies and policy guidelines.

MANAGER:  Overseeing the programme and being main point of contact for parents/carers and programme/management teams.  Thorough knowledge of workshop plans and structure and skills to guide participants using Unique Voice behaviour management strategies and policy guidelines.  Awareness of safeguarding and of particular children who may need additional support