Jobs

Project Support Officer - NHS Youth Forum

Interested in supporting young people to have a voice? Want to gain experience in project management and communications? This is the job for you!

We are seeking a part time (21 hours per week) Project Support Officer to help us deliver the NHS England Youth Forum. Now in it's fourth year, this fantastic programme enables young people to shape healthcare for their peers across the country. As the Project Support Officer, you will be assisting the project lead in organising and delivering residentials and workshops for young people, supporting their attendance at events, and managing the internal and external communications for the NHS Youth Forum.

If you have experience working in a team, supporting the planning and delivery of projects, and using social media, as well as an interest in young people taking control of their health, then we would love to hear from you.

For further information and to apply please download the Application Pack, Application Form, Diversity Monitoring Form and return them completed to jobs@byc.org.uk by 9am on Monday 15 January 2018. 

Volunteering

The British Youth Council has a fantastic network of volunteers who help with our work, including research, communications, fundraising, data inputting and much more. If you're able to offer time to help with this sort of thing we'd love to hear from you. We also welcome young people on work experience and summer placements.

For more information please contact:  mail@byc.org.uk.

Connor HillMember of Youth Parliament for Dudley
The British Youth Council does amazing work to engage young people. I love being a part of this organisation and am looking forward to representing young people further to make sure that their voices are heard both locally and nationally
We're not currently looking for volunteers.
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