Our work with disadvantaged young people is underpinned by a belief in the power of empathy, and trusted, consistent relationships.
We know that to achieve our charitable objectives we need to employ the most dynamic, and positive individuals. We value relationships built over time so it’s important that you will be as committed to our work as we are.
In return we offer a vibrant and exciting workplace, in a small but fast growing children and young people’s charity. You’ll be working with a committed, supportive and passionate team and we’ll expect you to be the same.
We are proud to be a London Living Wage Employer with generous annual leave, training allowance and flexible working policies.
At Peer Power, we are committed to the fair recruitment of a diverse team that reflects the diversity of our beneficiaries.
Our work with disadvantaged young people is underpinned by a belief in the power of empathy, and trusted, consistent relationships. We are keen to recruit those who can demonstrate they are able to relate to and empathise with young people often deemed by other agencies as ‘harder to reach’.
We especially welcome applications from those who have overcome significant adversity in their lives and are now able to inspire others positively through their journey and progress.
If you are interested in working with us, please contact us.
We are hiring, come and join our team!
Peer Power are recruiting to 5 new posts in August 2017!
Now open for applications:
1 x Office Manager – 12 hours per week (with potential for additional hours, subject to funding)
The Role: This is an exciting and unique opportunity to be instrumental in the growth and development of a new and fast growing social justice children’s charity, Peer Power.
You will be responsible for the smooth running of the Peer Power office and support arrangements, including efficient and effective communications, finance and support to our delivery teams, and governance arrangements. You will also provide project support to the Peer Power team to ensure the effective delivery of our 2017/18 NHS England (London) project.
Download Office Manager Recruitment Documents here:
1 x Youth Engagement Coordinator – This is an exciting and unique opportunity to be instrumental in the growth and development of a new and fast growing social justice children’s charity, Peer Power. Responsible for the overall management and development of young people’s engagement in Peer Power projects throughout the UK, this post will also involve supervising, developing and appraising casual Peer Leaders. You will lead our engagement work with young people and NHS England (London) ensuring that young patients and service users (under 18 years) are key stakeholders and are able to work collaboratively with them to improve existing services and help shape future services.
Download Youth Engagement Coordinator Recruitment Documents here:
Please submit applications by the deadline of Friday 12.00 Noon on 25th August 2017 to:
Email – email@example.com
In August 2017, we will also begin recruiting:
3 x Peer Leaders
Keep checking our website or social media for News and How to Apply!