Job: Youth Worker

4 Sessions per week (16 hours)

£26.20-£35.34 per session

Roshni is a city wide resource centre for South Asian women in Sheffield.

We are seeking to recruit a Youth Worker to organise and deliver appropriate services that meet the needs of young Asian women in Sheffield. You will also work with the project co-ordinator to help young women facing barriers to take up of education, employment and training opportunities. This role will also entail undertaking any general administration duties to support the project.

Closing date: 12th May 2008 (10am)

Interview date: 20th May 2008

For an application pack please contact:
444 London Road
S2 4HP
Tel: 0114 2508898


The above post is for women only and requires the ability to speak fluently at least one South Asian language. An understanding of the differing needs of Asian women is also essential. The above post is advertised as a genuine occupational qualification under section 5(2) D of the Race Relation Act 1967 and section 7 (2) E of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

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