Part-time Youth Support Worker with SSYI (maternity cover)



Part-time: 22.5 hrs per week

(with some opportunity for more hours dependent on the maternity timescales of two existing SSYI Youth Workers between January 2022 and December 2022)

Salary range: £18,198 - £19,698 pro rata

Closing date: 12 noon on Wednesday 26th January 2022

Interview: Tuesday 1st February 2022

As an employee of SSYI (registered charity number 1073490), a small local Christian Charity south of Cambridge, you will support current youth work provision led by SSYI providing opportunities with children and young people (11 to 18) to overcome disadvantage, promote inclusion and develop personal, social and spiritual wellbeing.

You will work with the SSYI Lead Youth worker in developing Youth work provision in the Shelfords, Stapleford, Sawston and the surrounding areas.

You will provide a safe place for the social contact between young people and to help them to discover positive channels for their energy, creativity and frustrations with the world. Furthermore, you will offer an alternative to discourage drug and alcohol abuse and anti-social behaviour, encouraging personal development, physically, spiritually, and in use of talents and gifts, especially in service to others.

The delivery of SSYI’s youth work provision is managed by Romsey Mill (registered charity number 1069905). Romsey Mill is a Christian Charity that has been providing practical and effective responses to wide ranging challenges faced by children, young people and families since 1980.


Download a copy of the Youth Support Worker Job Description.


To apply:

Completed application form with covering letter and monitoring form should be submitted by Thursday 13th January, 2022, 12 noon. 

to Diane Hicks either by email: or by post: Romsey Mill Centre, Hemingford Road, Cambridge CB1 3BZ.

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 1st February 2022.




Any enquiries or to have an informal conversation about the role, please contact Jon Sanders, Youth Development Team Coordinator at Romsey Mill, on: or call 07798858302




SSYI supports equal opportunities employment and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.