Youth Support Worker (Leader in Charge)

Do you have experience of developing young people’s skills, capabilities and resilience so that they are better able to cope with life, overcome challenges and achieve better outcomes?

We are looking for an experienced Youth Support Worker to develop and deliver innovative youth work projects with a focus on youth involvement and health related issues.

Led by young people’s needs, issues and ideas, you will be part of a small and dedicated youth work team who co-design and co-deliver a busy programme of educational, interactive and creative youth work.

If you are an experienced youth worker with a passion for empowering young people, we would love to hear from you.

For further information about the role, please see the attached job description.

Salary: JNC 11-14 for Level 3 JNC qualified (£21,682 - £24,730 pro rata) or JNC 7-10 if unqualified (£18,636- £20,677pro rata) with 30 days of annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata)

Fixed term for 1 year (until 31st December 2018). Possible extension subject to funding.

Hours: 18.5 hours per week - The successful candidate would be expected to work at least three evenings per week and could include weekends too.

Closing Date: Monday 27 November 2017 9am, interviews will take place on Friday 8th December. 

To apply, please download and complete the application form and equalities form. Return all completed application forms to

All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. We aim to be an equal opportunities employer. 

Job Description

Application form 

Equalities Questionnaire


We are looking for an innovative and dynamic Manager to lead the organisation in an exciting period of transition.

The Manager’s purpose at Bread Youth Project is to ensure the smooth running and day-to-day management of the organisation, to manage Bread’s continued evolution, to lead the development of quality youth work and to improve Bread’s financial resilience and sustainability

This post will include:

  • ·         Strategic planning
  • ·         Income generation
  • ·         Fundraising
  • ·         Project management
  • ·         Delivery and evaluation of youth work

The Manager will lead a small team of youth work staff and volunteers based at Juicy Blitz in Lawrence Weston.

If you are a qualified youth worker with project management expertise and a passion for empowering young people, we would love to hear from you. Strategic planning, fundraising and business development are all key aspects of this role, so we are looking for strong demonstrable skills in these areas.

Salary: JNC 18-21 £27,670 - £29,969, with 30 days of annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata).

Fixed term contract for 1 year, 30 hours per week. 

Deadline for applications to be confirmed. 

For further information about the role, please see the attached job description. 

Manager Job description

 Equalities Form

Application Form



Do you share our passion and want to make a positive contribution to young people's lives? If yes, we want to hear from you!

We are seeking a number of enthusiastic Trustees to create a Board that offers a diverse range of skills & experience, and welcome applications from all interested parties. We are also keen to recruit trustees who have expertise in the following areas:

  • Fundraising
  • Information Technology / Web development
  • Human Resources
  • Strategic knowledge of youth work and local services in Bristol
  • An interest and enthusiasm to support work with young people through youth services and/or education
  • A connection with the Lawrence Weston area with passion for improvement of local services

 Trustees assist us in achieving our vision by:

  • Providing strategic direction and leadership for BREAD
  • Advocate for the organisation and its work
  • Support the organisation to meet its legal requirements
  • Support the organisation to maximise opportunities for the benefit of young people

In return for your time and commitment we are able to offer training and professional development opportunities, plus the knowledge you will be helping to support young people's health and personal development.

For more information about this voluntary role and to request an application form please contact or telephone 0117 982 4963.