Engagement Lead – Challenge Programme 

Do you feel unique or different? Do you want to work in an organisation that values and respects you irrespective of where you come from, or whatever the colour of your skin, or whatever your gender, religion, education or sexual orientation? Do you want to put your skills and efforts to a mission that seeks to inspire and support young people from ethnically diverse and disadvantaged communities to pursue their professional ambitions? 
If so, we invite you to apply, even if you don’t have all the experiences listed.
As Engagement Lead you’ll be working with our young people to develop their skills and confidence through a stimulating and experiential training course and social action project, followed by a mentoring programme. Core responsibility include delivering Babbasa’s workshop and training activities as well as delivering weekly training and workshop materials.

Babbasa is an award-winning, Bristol-based, social enterprise with a vision to create a world where all people are inspired and able to realise their employment and enterprise ambitions, irrespective of where they live, their nationality, ethnicity, gender, race, sexuality or faith. Babbasa realises its mission through its subsidiary enterprises including Babbasa’s Youth Empowerment Programmes and Recruitment & Inclusion Services (BRIS) and our core values of Imagination, Determination and Kindness.

If you are interested in working with us and would like to find out more about this role, we’d love to hear from you

If you are interested in working with us and would like to find out more about this role, we’d love to hear from you. Please use the application form available HERE to apply by the 25th of June 2021 at 9 am. If you have any questions on the role please contact Hannah Young, Operations Director at recruitment@byep.org.uk. Further information about Babbasa can be found here: www.babbasa.com.

Hours: 35 hours
Salary: £25,480
Start date: August 2021

Contract: 1 year Fixed Term contract (this post is offered as a fixed-term contract for the third year of a 3-year grant programme, but with possibility of extension subject to Babbasa securing ongoing grant funding during the year).