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Outreach & Youth
Engagement Worker 

Contract: Permanent
Salary: £24,000 to £27,000 pro rata  
Hours: 21 hours PTE (2 pm – 10 pm) 
Reporting to: Frontline Director
Accountable to: CEO

DBS Required: Enhanced DBS. 

Application Closing Date: 11:59 pm, Sunday 12 May 2024

Please Note: The starting point of the salary scale is dependent on you having evidence of extensive experience and skills in street work and detached outreach work as well as relevant frontline experience of working with at risk young people. of frontline work with young people.

We are seeking individuals who are available to work at different times within the time ranges above.


Please Note: These working hours will be worked, according to business needs and notified to you in advance. You will be required to work late afternoons, evenings, and weekends as part of your normal working week as necessitated by the needs of the business. 

About the role


Streets of Growth is seeking to employ an experienced, motivated and personable individual to work as part of the frontline team to deliver targeted street work to engage and build relationships of trust with high-risk vulnerable young people (15-25 years), in hotspot areas known for Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB), exploitation, serious youth violence and young people that are furthest away from engaging in services. Through this role, you will work to support each young person to progress into Streets of Growth Appropriate Intervention Bridging Programme and provide the Intervention Coaches strategic interventions for each young person across 4 core areas of Lifestyle, Education, Careers and Environment with the outcome of 


  • Challenging negative patterns of behaviour

  • Creating experience to develop critical thinking and emotional regulation skills.

  • Developing critical employability skills 


  • 25 annual leave days plus bank holidays per year (pro-rata for part-time staff)

  • Pension scheme of up to 8% contribution 

  • Employee Assisted Scheme 24

  • Excellent learning and training and coaching to develop technical expertise within the field of Intervention & Harm Reduction. All part-time staff will be paid for attending training and coaching sessions.

  • Quality supervision and ongoing reflective practice along with an individual training budget to spend on relevant external professional development.

  • Structured progression pathway within the organisation with the opportunity to progress into full-time permanent employment.

  • Great Location near tubes, Spitalfields, Brick Lane and direct access to Central London 

Apply Now

Please complete the short application form below and upload an up-to-date CV.  

Please note: Applications without a completed personal statement form and CV will not be considered.

3. Please read the following statement: ‘Streets of Growth works on the basis that, for a vulnerable young person to make positive changes in their life, they need a skilled person who is consistent, trusted, can constructively challenge harmful behaviours and negative actions, as well as support and enable them to positively transform their life trajectory’.

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