LGT open evening

September 10, 2021

We currently have several exciting job opportunities in our team and we’re organising an open evening to welcome anyone interested in finding out more. The event will take place at the Mildmay Community Centre on Wednesday 29th September, from 6.30pm.

This will be a chance to get to know our organisation, our team and to hear about our values and approach. Join us for a cup of tea and an informal chat about the job openings.

The roles we are currently recruiting for are:

 

To apply for the roles please check the details on the individual job ads. The closing dates are 10th October for the Community Development Worker role and 11th October for the Youth Development Worker role.

The Kickstarter Placement is open to people aged 16-24 who are eligible for Universal Credit, currently unemployed and not doing an apprenticeship. You can get in touch with your Job Centre work coach for more information.

We are also open to volunteering enquiries across our different areas of work on an ongoing basis.

If you would like to attend the open evening on 29th September please email info@londongandt.org.uk

 

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