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Young Person & Student Advisory Group
We are looking for inspiring, insightful and passionate young people and students (aged 16 – 25yrs) to join the YGAM Young People & Student Advisory group to ensure their insight is shared both within YGAM and with key stakeholders with whom our charity engages. The aim is to increase input and influence from young people and students into YGAM’s work to inform, educate and safeguard young people from problem gaming and gambling.
The advisory group has been established to offer an exciting opportunity to young people and students to be involved in shaping both YGAM and the wider gambling and gaming sector, leading to better understanding, awareness, and protection. The advisory group is not a ‘sitting around talking’ group; it’s a group of like-minded people meeting up and doing something positive to help share opinions and thoughts from your own experiences. There are no expectations of you when you join the group. You don’t have to talk about anything you don’t want to, and participation is always voluntary; you get what you want from it. The group has six meetings per year and is an opportunity to talk about the key issues in the gambling and gaming sector and share insight. Whether it’s talking about the National Lottery to Fortnite you can help shape the future of gambling and gaming to ensure young people are protected from harm.
Who are we looking for?
- Young people and students (16-25)
- Ambitious individuals looking to create social impact
- Enthusiastic individuals who have opinions on gaming and gambling
- Diversity, and range of views and contribution
WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
- Describe in no more than 150 words why you would be an exceptional member of the advisory group, and provide examples of the approach you would take gather young people’s view and experiences.
- Provide an example and the impact of your contribution that has had a social or community benefit, for instance a voluntary role, school life, or society.
You may wish to provide a CV, however this is optional. Do remember to include your contact details and we’ll be in touch.
Closing Date: Wednesday 10th October
Interview dates: Week Commencing Monday 22nd October (Various locations)
Provisional Meetings Dates: TBA
Payment Details: An honorarium of £50 per quarter will be paid to each member in the form of a high-street voucher of their choice. All travel and out-of-pocket expenses will also be covered.
Community Development Manager
We have 4 exciting flexible part-time roles available for students at
- Bucks New University
- Brighton University
- Coventry University
- University of East London
Working approx 12 hours a week, you have the unique opportunity to get involved with a charity making a real impact reducing gambling and gaming related harms and building digital resilience in young people.
This is not your standard “student job”. You will be working within an agile start-up charity, to drive our engagement with students. You will be running awareness campaigns, delivering presentations and working with the community around the university. The post will require flexible working (up to a maximum of 16 hours a week) and is paid at the real living wage.
We are seeking students with outgoing personalities and an entrepreneurial spirit. You need to be self-motivated, organised and able to demonstrate strong independent working skills. In return for your drive and determination to make this opportunity a success, we will provide you with employment experiences and opportunities such as public speaking, community development and volunteer management which will really set you apart from other candidates when you graduate.
The post holder will be expected to be a key part of the delivery of YGAM’s university and student strategy. The post holder will be accountable for hitting our delivery targets in their university and building relationships with the university, students’ union and local community.
Location: University and Community based.
Salary: Hourly, Real living wage (currently £10.55 p.h. in London)
Line Manager: Head of Delivery: University & Student Engagement
Closing date for applications: 12 noon - Friday 7th December.
Assessment Centre Day: Tuesday 11th December.
Download the information pack then apply by submitting your CV and a cover letter that CLEARLY STATES how you are suitable for the role.