Youth Justice Worker

The Better Futures Programme is aimed to address the under-representation of Black, Asian and Minority communities. 

Earn while training to be a Youth Justice Worker

£12,500 Training Allowance for up to 12 months. 

“See the truth, See the potential in young people.”

We are seeking to recruit a Trainee Youth Justice Worker to develop Leeds City Council’s work with children, young people and their families within the context of Leeds’ aim to be a Child Friendly and Restorative City.  

Applicants need to show that you can work restoratively and holistically with children, young people and families. Demonstrate a real commitment to improving their lives and reducing levels of offending. You will be an energetic and reflective person, with excellent interpersonal skills and with a thorough understanding of what works in  working with young people. 

Full Trainee Profile: Leeds YJS TP Nov 20

To apply, please complete a PATH Better Futures Application Form and email to

Application Form: PATH Better Futures Application Form 2020

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 27 November 2020, 4 pm

Job Vacancies from our Partners

At Leeds Trinity University, we aspire to make a difference to the people, the professions and the places that we serve, and we are looking for talented and enthusiastic people to join our University community. 

We are ranked in the top 15 universities in the UK for teaching quality and student experience and 95% of our graduates are employed or in further study within six months.

Leeds Trinity University welcomes applications from all parts of the community and particularly from black and minority ethnic candidates as members of these groups are currently under-represented in this area. 

All appointments will be based on merit.

Applications are invited for the following post:


Salary in the range £33,797 to £40,322 per annum

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, collaborative, high performing academic to join the department of Business, Computing and Law. The successful candidate will work with a growing group of Computer Science staff who are rapidly developing a quality student experience across a core undergraduate programme of study in Computer Science. We are looking for a candidate who can lead teaching and practice around user-centred design and creative applications of computing, as well as contributing in other core areas of the curriculum such as full stack web development. 

The department of Business, Computing and Law includes foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and apprenticeship provision as well as programmes delivered through UK and international partnership work.  For this post, we’re looking for a candidate with a handle on the contemporary application of computing and software development in industry and with the ability to develop industry relationships and support embedding employer contributions into the curriculum. 

We welcome applications from candidates who have a PhD (or who are close to completing their PhD) in Computing (or a closely related area of study) or who have an equivalent portfolio of experience working in business.  Applicants should ideally be active in research and/or knowledge exchange appropriate to the stage of their career, bringing with them a network of contacts and collaborations and the potential for income generation. Applicants with a professional qualification with a chartered institute or professional body are welcome. The ability to work as an effective team member, contributing to the provision of high-quality teaching across all areas of provision is essential.  

Employees of the University have access to a wide range of benefits including our generous contributory pension schemes, excellent holiday entitlements, on-site sport and fitness centre membership, car park permit scheme and Employee Assistance Programme.  We also operate a free shuttle bus to Horsforth station and have an externally owned day nursery facility on campus, along with plenty of shopping, leisure and travel discounts available.  Our health and wellbeing offer provides the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities and includes high quality health articles relating to current national and University specific initiatives. 


Informal enquiries may be addressed to Catherine O’Connor, Head of the School of Communication, Business and Law ( or Dr Greg Barnes, Head of Department, Business and Law (

Further details and the online application are available at: 

If you have any queries about the application process, please email

or call 0113 283 7130.

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