We have a number of exciting vacancies in our youthwork team: Sessional Youthworkers: Part-time, flexible hours, £10.24 – 10.92 per hour (Closing date: Monday 4 July 23:59) “Do you have a passion for seeing young people grow and reach their potential?
Hi Noah and welcome to your ‘introducing’ interview. Thank you Let’s start with the basics, what is your role at The Door? I am one of The Door’s Community Youthworkers. This means I organise youth clubs and other youthwork activities
Hi I’m Molly. I’m 17 and I volunteer in The Door’s youth clubs. I’d never done much volunteering but I needed something to put towards my Duke of Edinburgh Award. I knew there was a youth club near me because
Hi Francesca. It’s lovely to meet with you, please start us off by telling us a bit about what you do at The Door. OK, so I am a Sessional Youthworker and I started at The Door in September 2021.
We are Hiring – Youthwork Manager, Stroud The Door Youth Project Full time, 37 hours per week £27,746 – £30,171 p.a. (aligned with JNC scale points 15 – 18) The Door is a Christian youth charity, established in 1991 in
Youth Clubs are OPEN this Summer We’re excited to be getting back to ‘normal’ and are delighted to share with you the plans our Community Youthwork Team have for the summer holidays. Although there are no trips this year (due
This month’s update comes from CEO, Victoria: Lockdown, restrictions and Covid will no doubt feature in the most prevalent words of the past 12 months. As we emerge from the shadow of the pandemic, adjusting to the easing of regulations,
The Door has always been open during the last 18 months, even if many of our physical buildings have been shut or restricted. So, we are delighted to be opening up these spaces again, over the coming weeks as we
The tragic loss of Joshua Hall was felt across the district, especially in the Cam community. And as we continue to keep Josh’s family in our thoughts and prayers. Our youthwork team are working with the local police and schools
Emotions were high for parents as their children finally returned to school after what must have seemed like a very long winter. It has been and continues to be, a particularly challenging time for staff and students in the district’s