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Current Vacancies

Fundraising Co-ordinator

Line Manager Business Development Director

Hours Part-time – 22.5 hours per week

Overall Aim Of This Post:

The Fundraising Coordinator is appointed to ensure income is generated from the fundraising portfolio to meet current and future service delivery demands and fulfil the ongoing vision and objectives of The Door.

The Fundraising Coordinator is directly responsible for raising their budgeted target from grants and donations as well as making significant contributions to other fundraising activities in order to maximize income generation at all levels

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For more information / enquiries please contact info@thedoor.org.uk

Business Admin Apprentice

Line Manager Administration Co-ordinator

Hours Part-time – full time apprenticeship

Overall Aim Of This Post:

The Apprentice Administrator is appointed to undertake day-to-day administration requirements of The Door.  In particular this includes responsibility for producing marketing materials and maintaining social media platforms as well as providing administration support for all departments.

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Sessional Youthworker – Stroud / Dursley

Line Manager Community Youthworker

Hours Part-time – hours to be negotiated with successful candidate – however due to the nature of the role some weekend and evening work should be expected

Pay Scale JNC Scale 3 – 6

Contract TBA

Location Various locations in the Stroud or Dursley area

Overall Aim Of This Post:

The primary aim of The Door is to accompany young people and help them to identify and meet their needs.  Our Youthwork Team exists because young people need the safety and security of non-judgmental role models, to guide their development to become positive members of society.

The role of the Sessional Youthworker is to work alongside the Community Youthworker providing safe and secure social environments for all young people to meet, and to build long-lasting positive relationships with those young people.

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If you are interested in this role please email info@thedoor.org.uk for an application form


General Positions

Over the past few years, The Door has expanded both into a new HQ and in the services we deliver. We find ourselves frequently approached by local authorities, agencies and other charities asking us to partner with them or to work in their area.

We have increased our workforce significantly in that time, and we are always on the look out for the right people to work for us.

We often have need for full and part time staff in the following areas:

  • Community based Youth Work
  • Mentoring young people
  • Working with the parents of 11-25 year olds
  • Fundraisers
  • Admin & Support staff

If you think you might have what it takes to join the growing team at The Door, please send a CV and covering letter to info@thedoor.org.uk

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