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Current Vacancies

Part Time Sessional Engagement Worker (25 hours a week) – Closing Date 6th January 2020 (4pm)

Sessional Engagement Worker Role Description and Person Specification (25 hours a week)

Sessional Engagement Worker Application Form

Part Time Sessional Engagement Worker (9 hours a week) – Closing Date 6th January 2020 (4pm)

Sessional Engagement Worker Role Description and Person Specfication (9 hours a week)

Sessional Engagement Worker Application Form

Youth Engagement Workers needed on a casual/flexible basis

Casual Youth Engagement Worker Role Description and Person Specification

Casual Worker Application Form

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Working at LPW

Our people are our greatest asset. The LPW team comes from a diverse range of professional and cultural backgrounds, giving us a wealth of different experiences and skills to build our expertise upon. Everyone here has a different story about what led them to work for LPW, but we are all unified in our mission and values and driven by a desire to achieve real outcomes for the hardest to reach children and young people in the South West.

LPW strives to employ the best and works hard to invest in developing employee skills, knowledge and expertise. We believe it’s important to practice what we preach by providing encouragement and extensive support to colleagues with their personal and professional development.

Our colleagues enjoy benefits that include paid-for qualifications and training, a 4% employer’s contribution pension, acting up allowances, cycle to work scheme, free onsite parking at our main office, childcare vouchers and travel loans.

LPW is proud to be an accredited Living Wage, and Disability Confident Employer.

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Career Progression

Joe started at LPW in 2015 as an Engagement Worker within LPW Independent School. After a year and a half he moved on from the school to focus on his passion for working out in the community, and spent eight months as an Engagement Worker based in Lockleaze, North Bristol, delivering one to one support and targeted group work to the young people there.

When a role came up as a Lead Engagement Worker in the inner city, Joe felt compelled to apply as it would allow him to work in the area of Bristol he grew up in. This role has given him increased responsibility and influence over important decisions within the organisation and means he supports both his Team Manager and the Youth Engagement Workers who report in to him.

As a Lead Engagement Worker Joe currently leads on the ROUTES partnership with Barnardo’s and also works closely with the Gypsy Roma Traveller community, delivering targeted sessions.

‘My favourite part of working for LPW is the work I get to do for the local community. It’s the sort of work that makes a meaningful, measurable difference; you can clearly see this from the outcomes we are achieving and the feedback we get, both from members of the community, and the other agencies we partner with.’