Training, Partnerships, and Pathways Lead

  • Part time
  • £23,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow and Edinburgh
  • Closing 29th April 2021


  • Advertised from 6th April 2021
  • 4 days/week, pro-rata

Role

Intercultural Youth Scotland (IYS) are a grassroots, youth-led organisation supporting and advocating for young Black people and young people of colour in Scotland. We offer specialist support to young BPOC and advocate across Scottish Government for their voices to be heard. Including a fully-fledged youth service offering a weekly youth club, girls group, and music program; an education program delivering anti-racism education at several Scottish secondary schools; a mental health program offering free support to young BPOC; as well as the Restless Natives employability program of which you will become a valuable part. Restless Natives offers specialist 1-to-1 support to BPOC school leavers to ensure they reach positive destinations. Restless Natives also supports employers to ensure that they’re doing all they can to improve their workplaces for BPOC. Join our expanding Restless Natives team to help shape a better future for young BPOC in Scotland.

The Restless Natives Training, Partnerships, and Pathways Lead will be responsible for Restless Natives’ anti-racism and cultural proficiency training and workshops, as well as the development of our nascent pathways program with partner organisations, higher/further education institutions, and apprenticeship providers. The lead aims to contribute to the development of clear paths for progression for BPOC young people, especially school leavers, in Scotland – with a particular focus on Glasgow and Edinburgh in this first year of the program – in order to increase access to positive destinations for BPOC young people.

Application notes

Applications to be emailed to murid@interculturalyouthscotland.org

Closing date: 29th April 2021

If you have any questions or require assistance accessing the forms below or submitting your application, please email icy@interculturalyouthscotland.org


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