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Elgin Youth Cafe is looking for a flexible individual to undertake the role of Caretaker. Assisting the Social Enterprise Manager, the suitable person will be required to prepare meeting rooms for groups, an element of cleaning and ensuring that timely access to the building is available out of normal working hours.
More information can be found in the document below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants are invited to forward their CV, together with a covering letter stating their suitability for the post to email@example.com
The Delta Force Project is a community service initiative supporting young people to undertake voluntary tasks in the local area. If you are passionate about helping young people develop practical life skills and become active members of their communities, this post could be for you. Who in the community needs the help of Delta Force? Your team of young recruits could be helping in a range of diverse events such as helping at a local nursery event, painting a church, helping a group of elderly people with a garden project. The post would be yours to promote and develop! You will be part of our growing team and responsible for the management and delivery of the project within The Warehouse @ EYC (our new name for Elgin Youth Café!).
This is a demanding and exciting post in a vibrant environment. Working time will include evenings and weekends.
To apply please forward your CV together with a covering letter stating your suitability for the post to Directors@elginyouthcafe.org or for more information call 07890 260070. Closing date for this post is 5pm, Friday 5th January 2018.
Well it’s been a bit quiet on the Community Kitchen side for the last couple of months. I’ve been working with several groups to develop skills whilst having fun, but our drop in sessions have suffered as a consequence. To that end, I’m putting on 2 Saturday Family Baking Sessions during the summer holidays – so if you fancy something a bit different why not book yourself onto a session. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place or find out more information.
Well it’s been a bit quiet in the Kitchen over the past couple of weeks, so though it was time that I updated you on what’s going on in the Kitchen.
Our biggest news is that we were officially opened by HRH Princess Royal yesterday, Monday 6th March. Whilst enjoying a short tour around the facility as a whole, the Princess Royal chatted with young people who were cooking in the kitchen and watched the Smoothie Bikes in action.
On sadder news, we are coming to the end of 2 of our strands of funding this month. We say goodbye to Angela who has been working on the Climate Challenge Fund project over the past 10 months whilst the Eat Canny funding concludes after 3 years. This will have an impact on the number of sessions we offer during the week, reducing from 8 per week to only 4. Similarly as attendance at our drop in sessions is not as good as hoped, we may start to focus more on specific group work, only offering sessions to the public 2 or 3 times a month. That said, if funding improves then we will obviously look to offer more sessions.
This month, we will have 2 Family cooking sessions:
If you have any comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com