Recruitment Open Day in Easton

20th July 2021

Come and ask questions about working with young people & learn about working for a charity

1625 Independent People are a charity that supports young people who’ve experienced homelessness or care.

We have a range of employment opportunities so you can make a difference to young people, including direct youth work, administration, and management, offering full-time or part-time hours, offering salary paid roles and relief work.

We invite you to our recruitment open day, on Wednesday 11th August at Easton Community Centre. Drop-in anytime from 11am to 7pm.

Come and ask questions, talk to people who work here, and learn about the youth sector.

We’re looking for people who understand what life is like for the young people we work with, be it personal lived experience or supporting friends or family.

 

 

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