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Youth Project Assistant

Bath City Farm

Posted: 20 Nov 2023

Deadline: 4 Dec 2023

Compensation: £22,482 pro rata (actual salary for 12 hours/week £7,194)

Paid Part-time Fixed term / contract


Job description

Bath City Farm are recruiting for an exciting opportunity for a Youth Project Assistant.

We are looking for a dynamic, caring individual to assist us in our work with children and young people. The successful applicant will help us to provide a supportive environment for 5-25 year olds to engage in animal care, gardening, cooking, crafting and life skills. This is a chance to gain experience working with children and young people and to make a significant difference in a wonderful setting.

This role will play a vital role in the Children, Young People and Families team to ensure that we are able to deliver quality supportive services. You will work with the team to help engage with local children and young people from our immediate areas of Southdown, Whiteway and Twerton.

Ideally you will have experience working with a range of ages of children and/or young people, and an interest in farm animals, nature and wildlife with the ability to share this knowledge through engaging activities.

Application information

To apply, use the links on our website to download the full job description and person specification, read our privacy notice for applicants, then download and complete the application form and send to

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About Bath City Farm

Situated on a beautiful 37-acre site, Bath City Farm is a charitable organisation, providing education, training and therapeutic activities to disadvantaged people in the local community, as well as a free-to-access visitor attraction for families and children. Our mission is to build a strong, healthy and caring community by engaging local people with nature and farming.