New Roles - Relief Workers - Sheffield

Relief Project Workers
Sheffield Service

(Peile House)

To work on an ad hoc basis to provide cover for holidays and sickness of contracted staff members and to undertake additional pieces of work as required.

£8.63 per hour

Do you believe that all women, children and families deserve the very best opportunity to achieve their dreams and aspirations? Are you interested in playing a part in helping people to achieve their goals and reach their potential? Are you practical, have excellent attention to detail and can think outside the box?

Then you may just be the person that we have been searching for!

We are seeking capable and dynamic individuals to join the Sheffield Service teams to work together to deliver a quality service to our clients. The people that we are seeking will be innovative and have the ability to work in partnership with the team to ensure that excellent support is provided. Undertaking a range of duties, you will be able to work on your own initiative, manage your own workload, and be able to work co-operatively and sensitively with colleagues, service users and external agencies.

In return, we offer a competitive rate of pay within an organisation that has a strong commitment to staff training and personal development and a proven track record in, and commitment to, employee well-being. You will be valued for the work that you do, be involved in the decisions that we make as an organisation and form part of dedicated teams of people who will support and encourage you to achieve your own goals and aspirations.

To discuss the role further, please contact the project manager, Susan Mastrototaro on 0114 273 9256 or email any queries to
Please download an application pack below, and to return completed applications, please email Kate Applebaum at

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Click to download our adult protection policy

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All applications should be submitted on a YWCA application form and returned to the relevant person identified above. 

Due to the nature of the Peile House Project, the post is exempt from the Equality Act 2010 under the following exemptions: Part 1, Schedule 9, 1(a), 1(b), 1(c). Therefore we invite applications from women only for this post.

YWCA Yorkshire is an equal opportunities employer as defined by the Equality Act 2010 and as such, welcomes applications from all of the diverse sections of the community.

YWCA Yorkshire is fully committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and will require full Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks as part of our recruitment process. A copy of our safeguarding policy will be provided with the information pack.

Samuel Dawkins