Whether you are a volunteer wanting to donate your time to help young people and vulnerable adults or a budding employee looking to embark upon your next career adventure – why not apply to join the YMCA community!

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Become a YMCA employee

With our core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility at the heart of all our programmes, YMCA is proud to welcome applicants from various backgrounds and possessing a range of different skillsets.

Our organisation is made up of people of all ages and walks of life who work side by side to strengthen communities and enable those we support to become the best that they can be. Read our full Diversity Statement here.

As a diverse charity supporting community development through supported housing, health and fitness, children’s services, youth services and community venues – we have a range of opportunities available from youth work to gym instructing.

Protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults is one of our highest priorities. We aim to ensure that everyone is welcomed into a safe, caring environment and takes a zero tolerance approach to all forms of abuse. Read our Safeguarding policy.

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Current Job Vacancies

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Find out about the Wellbeing and Workplace Benefits on offer when you work for YMCA!

Casual Housing Officer (Mansfield)

Location: Based in Mansfield with possible travel to other sites
Department: 
Housing
Responsible to: Shift Manager
Hours: Casual, as and when required
Salary: £9.50 per hour
Closing date: Ongoing

City Transitional Maintenance Team Leader (Joiner)

Location: Nottingham City based with support to the wider association
Department: 
Housing
Responsible to: Housing Development Manager
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: Up to £23,000 depending on experience
Closing date: 30-01-2022

Casual Residential Social Care Workers (Goole)

Location: Goole, East Riding
Department: 
Children’s Residential Care
Responsible to: Assistant Manager and Registered Manager
Hours: Casual shift positions available
Salary: £9.20 per hour
Closing date: 23-01-2022

Domestic Team Leader (Nottingham)

Location: Nottingham City(and transitional properties)
Department: Facilities
Responsible to: Domestic Manager
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £21,532.50 per annum  
Closing date: 23-01-2022

Tenancy Sustainment Officer (Mansfield)

Location: Mansfield Hostel (and transitional properties)
Department: Housing
Responsible to: Housing Manager – County
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £20,553.75  
Closing date: 19-01-2022

Housing Manager – Mansfield 

Location: Mansfield Supported Housing, Commercial Gate – with travel to other sites throughout Nottinghamshire
Department: Housing
Responsible to: Housing Development Manager
Location: Mansfield Supported Housing, Commercial Gate – with travel to other sites throughout Nottinghamshire
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: Up to £30,000 per annum
Closing Date: 16-01-22

People Business Partner

Location: Nottingham based with travel to various sites across the Group and at home (hybrid working) 
Department: HR Support Services
Responsible to: Head of People (HR Operations Manager)
Location: Nottingham based with travel to various sites across the Group and at home (hybrid working) 
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: Circa £36,000 per annum
Closing Date: 13-01-22

Residential Social Care Worker

A welcome payment of £250.00 is payable upon joining with a further £250.00 paid upon successful completion of probation period (subject to tax and NI deductions).
Location: Opportunities across Newark, Nottinghamshire and East Riding
Department: 
Children’s Residential Care
Responsible to: Assistant Manager and Registered Manager
Hours: Full-time, part-time and casual available
Salary: £18,000-£19,000 per annum + £45 per sleep in
Closing date: Ongoing

Team Leader – Children’s Residential (Newark)

A welcome payment of £250.00 is payable upon joining with a further £250.00 paid upon successful completion of probation period (subject to tax and NI deductions).
Department: Children’s Residential
Responsible to: Registered Manager
Location: Children’s Residential Home, Newark
Hours: 37.5 hours per week average worked on a shift pattern including days, evenings, nights, weekends and bank holidays plus inclusion in the on-call rota.
Some lone working will be required.

Salary: £21,000 – £23,000 per annum (dependant on experience and qualifications)+ £45 per sleep in
Closing date: Ongoing

Children’s Residential – Registered Manager

A welcome payment of £250.00 is payable upon joining with a further £250.00 paid upon successful completion of probation period (subject to tax and NI deductions).
Location: Opportunities across Nottinghamshire, Newark and East Riding
Department: 
Children’s Residential Care
Responsible to: Area Manager and Operations Manager – Children’s Residential
Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £36,000 – £43,000 dependant on location/experience

+ £45 per sleep in
Closing date: Ongoing

Deputy Manager (Children’s Residential Care)

A welcome payment of £250.00 is payable upon joining with a further £250.00 paid upon successful completion of probation period (subject to tax and NI deductions).
Location: Newark, Nottinghamshire
Department: Children’s Residential Settled Care
Responsible to: Registered Manager
Hours: 37.5 hours per week average including evenings, nights, weekends and bank holidays as required plus inclusion in the on call rota. Lone working may be required including night awake shifts.

Salary: £24,000 – £27,000 per annum – dependant on experience + £45 per sleep in

Closing date: Ongoing

Children and Youth Community Outreach Officer (Newark)

Responsible to: Sports & Families Service Manager
Department: Sport, Health and Wellbeing
Location: YMCA Community and Activity Village, Newark-on-Trent
Hours: 15 hours per week – including days, evenings and weekends as role requires. 1 year contract, funding dependant
Salary: £10.50-11.95 per hour, dependant on experience, plus benefits
Closing date: 09-01-2022
Interview date: 20-01-2022

Assistant Operations Manager – Youth Services

Location: The Malt Cross, Nottingham with travel to other sites
Department: Children, Youth and Family Programmes
Responsible to: Operations Manager – Children, Youth and Family Programmes
Hours: 37.5 hrs to include weekends and evenings where necessary
Salary: £35,000-£37,000 per annum depending on experience
Closing date: 19-01-22

Casual 1871 CrossFit Coach

Department: Health and Fritness
Responsible to: Operations Manager, Health & Leisure
Location: YMCA Gym, Nottingham city centre
Hours: Casual, as and when required
Salary: £12.50 per hour
Closing date: Ongoing

 

Facility and Grounds Caretaker (Casual)

Location: YMCA Community & Activity Village, Bowbridge Road, Newark          
Department: YMCA Newark and Sherwood
Responsible to: Children & Families Service Manager
Hours: Casual – days, evenings and weekends as and when required
Salary: £8.91 per hour
Closing date: Ongoing

Casual Tenancy Sustainment Officer

Department: Housing
Responsible to: Housing Development Manager
Location: Shakespeare Street Hostel or Mansfield Hostel with some travel to NCVS and Transitional Homes across the City and County when necessary
Hours: On an ad-hoc basis
Salary: £8.36 -£8.91 per hour dependent upon age  
Closing date: Ongoing

Casual Play Leader

Location: YMCA Childcare sites in Nottinghamshire
Department: YMCA Childcare
Responsible to: Senior Play Leader
Hours: Part-time – 15 hours per week (Term-Time only)
Salary: £8.91 per hour
Closing date: Ongoing
Janice Grant, YMCA Housing Trauma Informed Support Counsellor

YMCA’s Trauma Informed Counsellor Janice Grant shares her experiences of supporting young residents with multiple complex needs through the ‘Get Out and Get Active’ programme funded by Sport England, and ‘Getting into Sport’ via YMCA Outdoor Education team.

Watch janice’s video interview

 

Benefits of working at YMCA

As a values based organisation, YMCA cares about the wellbeing of our staff – that is why we ensure a healthy programme of perks, benefits and opportunities are made available to our employees so everyone can strive to find that perfect work-life balance.

A comprehensive staff training programme is provided and we are pleased to offer contracted staff access to an excellent range of benefits.

View our Workplace Benefits

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Join our team

If you like the sound of all this – why not check out our job vacancies above and join us! For updates on our latest jobs and opportunities at YMCA, please email recruitment@nottsymca.org.

Volunteer with us

Become a part of the YMCA family today and help us achieve our goals for promoting youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. You can also get involved as a Volunteer at our sites.

Visit our volunteers page

FAQs

  • I’ve seen a vacancy that looks perfect for me. How do I apply?

    If you would like to apply for a vacancy, please click ‘Apply Now’ to read the job description and person specification. You will then need to download and complete the application form before sending to recruitment@nottsymca.org.

    If you are struggling to complete the online form, please email recruitment@nottsymca.org, and we will be happy to help. Please note that we do not accept CVs unless clearly stated in the job advert, and keep in mind that we score applications based on the Person Specification for the role, so ensure you relate your answers to this. You can apply for multiple vacancies at any time.

  • Will I need any checks before I am employed?

    Yes. We will conduct a series of pre-employment checks following a conditional offer of employment. These may vary depending upon the role but, legally, all employees need to demonstrate evidence of the right to work in the UK, and many of our posts require an Enhanced DBS check and two satisfactory professional references.

    For night working roles, or if you declare any ongoing health issues, you may also be encouraged to attend an occupational health check. As we conduct these checks, we will keep you informed of the progress. However, the checks can take between 2-8 weeks to complete.

  • If I am unsuccessful, will I receive feedback?

    We will provide feedback when requested following interviews. However, we do not provide feedback on application forms. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of the closing date for a vacancy, then please assume you have not been successfully shortlisted.

  • Will you hold my application on file?

    Application forms will be kept for 6 months following submission. After this time, they will be deleted in line with our retention policy as well as compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018.

  • Will I be working in an office during the pandemic?

    Location is largely dependent upon the role for which you apply. For many of our frontline job vacancies – such as working in our hostels, children’s homes, maintenance or domestic teams etc. – you will need to be located on site to ensure our charity can continue delivering high quality life-changing services for our community’s most vulnerable members.

    There are some vacancies where staff do not always need to be on site – e.g. some support services – in which case home working arrangements on a full or hybrid (part-office, part-home) basis may be possible for the duration of the pandemic lockdowns if agreed beforehand with your line manager.

    It is important to note that all our venues and locations operate a COVID-safe policy in line with all up-to-date government guidelines to ensure our staff team and service users alike can feel safe and empowered at YMCA. Hand sanitisers are in place at every YMCA location with social distancing measures and one-way systems in place where appropriate.

  • What is your Equal Opportunities Policy and how does it affect me?

    YMCA is committed to a policy of equal opportunities in the provision of services and as an employer. We strive to support all candidates and staff with any reasonable adjustments they may need and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

    We also welcome feedback upon ways we can improve our processes. Please contact recruitment@nottsymca.org if you would like to comment on our processes in relation to equal opportunities, or anything else that you have seen on our website.