Street Level
Street Level

Charity registered in Scotland SC022006

Investing in Young People

Current vacancies

Project Leader

  • Full time or Part time
  • £23,000 – £25,000
  • Carluke
  • Closing 31st July 2022

Street Level operates a youth and community centre in collaboration with South Lanarkshire Council’s Youth, Family and Community Learning Service (YFCL) known as “Street Level with Universal Connections”.

Street Level was established in 1994 by six of the town’s churches in response to a lack of facilities for the young people. It is a registered charity and is funded by the local community.

Due to retirement, we now wish to recruit a new Project Leader who will develop and manage the project, working alongside a team of youth workers and volunteers and our partners in YFCL.

Role

To manage and develop the work of Street Level and liaise between the project and the Management Group. To make an effective contribution towards meeting the needs of young people in Carluke in a manner which is consistent with the Christian values upon which this ecumenical project is based.

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Youth Worker

  • Part time
  • £21,000 – £23,000 pro-rata
  • Carluke
  • Closing 26th June 2022

Street Level operates a youth and community centre in collaboration with South Lanarkshire Council’s Youth, Family and Community Learning Service known as “Street Level with Universal Connections”.

Street Level was established in 1994 by six of the town’s churches in response to a lack of facilities for the young people. It is a registered charity and is funded by the local community.

Following the retirement of our long-serving Project Leader, we now wish to recruit a team of youth workers and volunteers to work alongside our partners in Universal Connections in the provision and operation of a youth centre and the supervision and development of associated youth activities.

Role To contribute to the work of Street Level. To make an effective contribution towards meeting the needs of young people in Carluke in a manner which is consistent with the Christian values upon which this ecumenical project is based.

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