- Youth work
To set up and support groups of young people, including the organising of weekly programmes and assisting Public Achievement in the development of effective models of practice in the area of citizenship education. This will include working in a variety of communities and bringing groups together on a cross-community basis.
- Volunteer Recruitment and Development
To assist in the recruitment, training and support a team of volunteer coaches at local sites and through organised training.
To assist with the monitoring and evaluation of Public Achievement practice including the progress of the groups, individual young people involved and volunteer staff. They will advise the organisation on developing resources and training to support the Away from Violence project.
- Financial Monitoring
The post holder will have no direct responsibility for budgets or finances, but will be required to follow Public Achievement financial policies and procedures at all times.
- The Civic Educator will be required to provide regular written reports and presentations on their work.
- Team Working
To network with local youth service providers, district councils, and other bodies who impact on the lives of the young people in the groups and to work as part of a team with other PA staff, and staff of other partner organisations as appropriate. This will include working with people from diverse backgrounds, and the facilitation of cross-community residentials and projects.
- Other Duties
The Civic Educator will be required to undertake such other reasonable duties as may from time to time be required by Public Achievement