At Railway Children, we see ourselves as warriors, united in changing the long-term future for children living alone and at risk on the streets.

Our passion and values underpin everything we do. They unite us and provide the energy and optimism that drives us to work harder and harder for the children and young people we are privileged to help.

We will never stop fighting for street children. It’s all we do. It’s all we’ll keep doing.

Why not join us?

Project Worker - Leeds

Salary: Up to £27,000pa

Location: Based near Leeds Train Station with some UK travel

As part of a dynamic team delivering our Safeguarding on Transport project, you will provide direct support to young people who have run away or gone missing or who are at risk and vulnerable on the transport system. You will work closely with young people, their families and British Transport Police as well as local services in the area to reduce risks.

You will be an experienced project worker with a relevant social care/youth work qualification. You will need to have in-depth knowledge of the issues surrounding runaways and young people who go missing, an understanding of Child Protection and Safeguarding processes together with the tact and diplomacy to handle sensitive and confidential issues.  

For all roles you will need to combine your experience with values that match ours. Bravery, innovation, honesty and integrity will be at the heart of everything you do.

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How to apply

Please complete the application for employment form below and return it to jobs@railwaychildren.org.uk 

Please note that Railway Children will only accept applications made using this application form and will not accept CVs.

Closing date: Wednesday 13th March. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

 

Project Coordinator - Leeds

Salary: Up to £30,000pa

Location: Based near Leeds Train Station with some UK travel

As part of a dynamic team delivering our Safeguarding on Transport project you will lead and coordinate a small team of people and play a key role in establishing our new project in Leeds.  You will need to develop close working relationships with key agencies and partners including British Transport Police.

You will be an experienced project coordinator with a relevant social care/youth work qualification who has determination, passion and flair.  As well as a proven track record of supporting vulnerable young people and families, you will have experience of establishing partnerships, and of managing caseloads  

 

Job description and person specification

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How to apply

Please complete the application for employment form below and return it to jobs@railwaychildren.org.uk 

Please note that Railway Children will only accept applications made using this application form and will not accept CVs.

Closing date: Wednesday 13th March. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

 

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