Young people lie at the heart of all we do, we are an agile and responsive charity which makes a real difference to the lives of young people, their families and the wider community. Young people choose to engage with us because our services are centered around their needs and devised collaboratively to achieve the best outcomes.
4YP are seeking a Chief Executive who will lead the next phase of our growth and development. Working closely with the trustees, service users and external stakeholders, you will help achieve our ambitious plans and shape the charity over the coming years which will be crucial for the support of young people. The successful candidate will be a good manager of people and organisations and will also be an innovative and inspirational thinker who can lead the charity and embody its ethos and aspirations.
Please see link below for CEO Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form. Please email complete application forms to John.firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 7th July 2021 5pm.
If you would like to have an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact Richard Lister, Chair of Trustees via: Richard.Lister@uos.ac.uk
4YP are very pleased to announce a Charity of the Year Partnership with Johns Slater and Haward.
As JSH comments;
“Johns Slater and Haward has been providing advice to the local construction industry both in Ipswich and East Anglia as a whole for over 100 years. We are designers of engineering systems in buildings (heating, ventilation, lighting and power etc.) and work in all sectors of industry, commerce and the community.
Central to our business is training and inspiring the young people that join us, which we seek to do both through academic learning and structured work experience. We firmly believe that where there is the desire and commitment to achieve, together with a helping hand, opportunities abound. We are currently supporting 3 engineering apprentices, including one administrator.
Accordingly, and particularly with the additional challenges brought about by Covid-19, we are delighted to be supporting 4YP throughout 2021 in the pursuit of the great work it does to improve the social, emotional, physical health and well-being of young people in Suffolk.“
4YP now have a new website thanks to the final year web-development students.
‘Karina Karushkova, James Wood and Alex Jacobs led the design and development of 4YP’s new website using the skills they have gained from their BSc (Hons) Web and Mobile Development degree and with the support of 4YP’s Business and Marketing Coordinator, Georgia Memory they were able to create a bespoke solution to improve the charities online presence.’
Take a look at this article – https://www.uos.ac.uk/news/students-help-young-people%E2%80%99s-charity – to read more about the project.