Recruitment

The Foyer prides itself on seeing the person and we are passionate about achieving our mission to end the experience of poverty and prevent youth homelessness in communities across North East Scotland. We are looking for talented, like-minded people who reflect our values and our desire to bring about change to join the Foyer team.

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Gardening Development Coach

Role Title: Gardening Development Coach

Term: Permanent

Team: The Vinery

Salary: £22,626 – £24,105 (full-time equivalent, depending on experience)

Working Hours: 36.5 hours per week

Location: The Vinery, Banff

Closing Date: 5pm Friday 23rd September 2022

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Why? To prevent and mitigate the impact of poverty and inequalities by providing people feeling isolated in their local community an opportunity to be involved and engaged in community led projects

What? To maintain and enhance the Vinery and Community Market Gardens and introduce and maintain all aspects of environmentally friendly methods of horticulture throughout Vinery and supporting grounds, reporting directly to the Vinery Project Lead

Youth Housing Development Coach

Team: Foyer Youth Housing

Salary: £22,626 - £24,904

Working hours: 36.25 hrs per week

Location: Trinity Court, Crown Street, Aberdeen but may require some outreach work across the city

Closing Date: 5pm Friday 23rd September 2022

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Why? We believe no young person should experience homelessness and if they do, it is rare, brief, and non-recurrent. This role demands a youth centred approach that supports choice and positive transitions to adulthood.

What? Work with a caseload of young people aged between 16 and 25 who have experienced or are at risk of homelessness to manage their tenancy, live independently and access the resources they need to thrive. 

Engage Development Coach North 

Role Title: Engage Development Coach

Team: Foyer Futures

Salary: £22,626 - £24,105 (depending on experience)  

Working hours: 36.25 hrs per week  

Location: Working across local communities within north Aberdeenshire with opportunity for some hybrid/remote working

Closing date: Monday 10th October 2022 at 5pm 

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Why? To prevent and mitigate the impact of tough life challenges on young people   

What? Co-create bespoke educational services with YP aged 12-25 years, based on their needs and aspirations to develop skills for learning, life and work 

Engage Development Coach – fixed term, 1 year (maternity cover) 

Role Title: Engage Development Coach 

Team: Foyer Futures 

Salary: £22,626 - £24,105 (depending on experience)  

Working hours: 36.25 hrs per week  

Term: Fixed term, 1 year (maternity cover) 

Location: Working across local communities within central Aberdeenshire with opportunity for some hybrid/remote working 

Closing date: Monday 10th October 2022 at 5pm

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Why? To prevent and mitigate the impact of tough life challenges on young people   

What? Co-create bespoke educational services with YP aged 12-25 years, based on their needs and aspirations to develop skills for learning, life and work 

Please view our exciting new vacancies above to find out more and how to apply.

To Apply

If you think you have found the ideal role for you, please send your CV to recruitment@aberdeenfoyer.com along with an accompanying cover letter outlining your relevant or transferable skills and experience and what interests you in this role. Please put the job title you wish to apply for in the email subject. If you have any queries about the role specifically, please contact the relevant, recruiting manager as detailed on the final page of the role’s job pack. We look forward to hearing from you!

Benefits of Working at the Foyer

In return for your passion and commitment, we offer a dynamic workplace which nurtures your curiosity and supports your ongoing learning and development. Where appropriate, mentoring and coaching, trauma informed practice, boundaries and solutions focussed practice are available.

At the Foyer we value employee wellbeing and are proud to offer generous holidays, flexible working practices, a Cycle to Work scheme, a monthly wellbeing hour and a comprehensive employee assistance programme, open to employees and their friends and family.

Equal opportunity for all

We recognise the value a diverse workforce brings to the way we work and the difference we make to the people we support. The Foyer embraces and celebrates diversity and equal opportunity for all, and we want to find the best people for the job, ensuring inclusion, diversity and difference is always at the very heart of what we do. For those who are suitably qualified, and care experienced, we offer guaranteed interviews.