We are currently seeking to appoint:

  • Receptionist – Closing Date 26th July

We welcome applications to the post of Receptionist, an important role at YMCA St Helens providing the first point of contact for many of our visitors and stakeholders.

The position is employed working 18 hours per week.

As part of the overall package we are offering an hourly pay rate of £8.35, 5.6 weeks annual holiday (including statutory bank holidays), 5 days occupational sick pay per year* and a Simply Health Cash Plan* (*upon completion of probationary period). You can find the Job Description and the Person Specification for this role in the links below:

Receptionist – Job Description

Receptionist – Person Specification

  • Bank Night Worker

We are looking to develop our team of Bank Workers to help support the delivery of a 24 service for people who have been homeless. The shifts are Monday – Friday 10am-7pm and Saturday & Sunday 6pm-7am.

The rates of pay for this role is £8.98 p/hr. Sundays and Bank Holidays are paid at time and a half.

 

Should you require further information about our organisation check out the other pages of this website: www.sthelensymca.org.uk.   You can email  phil.gordon@sthelensymca.org.uk or call me on 01744 455030 if you have any questions about these roles.

Application Forms can be downloaded below or you can apply via Indeed

 

 

Thank you for your interest in working with YMCA St Helens.   YMCA values diversity and welcomes applications from across all of the community. Diversity is reflected strongly among those who participate in YMCA activities and use its facilities. Our housing residents, for instance, come from many nations and backgrounds; YMCA provides accommodation and training facilities for both men and women; our health and fitness suites have been successful in offering customised programmes for people with disabilities; and the range of activities involves people of all ages. We are also committed to ensuring that diversity is reflected strongly within our Board of Management, volunteer and employee structures. This includes a commitment to keep our practices under review, leading to action where necessary, in order to attract new people from all sections of the community.

Inclusiveness is fundamental to the ethos of  YMCA as a Christian organisation. It is expressed in a wholehearted commitment to welcome people of other faiths and those of none, linked to a confident identity as a Christian faith based Movement. In order to maintain this ethos it is essential that certain posts are filled by committed Christians. If the advertisement / job details for the position for which you are applying states that you are required to have a commitment to the Christian Aims and Purposes, the information you supply in the ‘Religious Beliefs’ section of your application will be taken into account in the selection process. If this is not the case, whilst you will be required to support the Christian Aims and Purposes of  YMCA in your work, any information you provide under the ‘Religious Beliefs’ section will not affect your application.

Thank you again for your interest in working for the YMCA. We look forward to receiving your application.

Please download the relevant documents here: