Looking for a new challenge?
Do you believe that all women, children and families deserve the very best opportunity to achieve their dreams and aspirations? Are you passionate about playing a part in helping people to achieve their goals and reach their potential? Are you creative, dynamic and can think outside the box? Then you may just be the person that we have been searching for!
YWCA Yorkshire is looking for a very special individual who can contribute towards the outstanding service delivery at our Sheffield Service (Peile House), and charity shop. Peile House is our hostel in Sheffield that provides support 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and is home to 14 residents. The right candidate will have the skills to provide professional support to clients within a dedicated team but will also have the enthusiasm and creativity to support our commercial enterprises and fundraising initiatives.
The person that we are looking for will be resilient, highly practical and able to form positive relationships with staff, volunteers and clients. You will have a “can do” attitude and thrive
in a high challenge environment. You will be persistent and committed to ensuring that
clients and volunteers are supported, and able to meet their potential.
In return, we offer a competitive remuneration package within an organisation that has a
strong commitment to staff training and personal development and a proven track record
in, and commitment to, employee wellbeing. You will be valued for the work that you do,
involved in the decisions that we make as an organisation and form part of a dedicated
team of people who will support and encourage you to achieve your own goals and aspirations.
Project Worker – Sheffield (Ref: PW/PH/2019)
Salary £21734 – £23945
A permanent, full-time role, 37 hours per week, supporting vulnerable young women in a
hostel setting. The hours will be worked on a rota and the role will involve periods of lone working. The role does not include night shifts. A copy of the rota is provided with the application pack.
To discuss the roles further or for any queries regarding the rota, please contact the project
manager, Susan Mastrototaro on 0114 273 9256 or email any queries to