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SisterHood Project, Tottenham

Hours: 10 hrs/wk, 52 wks/yr, 23 month contract

Salary: £15/hr

Closing date: 5pm, Friday 4 November 2016

Interviews: 9 November 2016

To apply: For further information and/or an application pack, please email sereena@haringey-play.org.uk or call 020 8808 0533 / 07807 100 189

 

SisterHood Project is an open access play/youth work project based at Somerford Grove Adventure playground in Tottenham

The project aims to build community by providing a safe and exciting space for play, making friends and learning.

The project worker will be part of a team responsible for the delivery and evaluation of the project, offering girls aged five years and over activities; and workshops for young women aged 14 years and above on ‘Staying Safe’.

These enjoyable, organised activities will support young people's transition into adulthood and develop a network of informed neighbourhood sisters.

Download the full job description below.

SisterHood Project is funded by BBC Children in Need


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