• Testun: Gweithiwr Cymorth Ieuenctid
  • Oriau: Full time
  • Cytundeb: Cyfnod penodol
  • Math o gyflog: Annual
  • Salary Range: £25,000.00 - £30,000.00
  • Iaith: Saesneg

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Youth Support Worker

Cyngor Sir Benfro
Job Description

Join our dedicated team as a Youth Support Worker with a competitive salary ranging from £27,852 to £31,099 for a full-time, fixed-term position expected to last until 31 st March 2025.

Your Responsibilities: As a Youth Support Worker, you'll provide essential support, advice, and guidance to young individuals facing homelessness. You'll co-facilitate workshops, advice sessions, and targeted interventions, alongside personalized one-on-one case work. Our goal is to prevent youth homelessness and, when unavoidable, ensure it is rare, brief, and non-recurring.

Why Choose Us:

  • Meaningful Impact: Make a real difference in the lives of young people, helping them build a brighter future.
  • Supportive Environment: Join a collaborative and supportive team that values your ideas and growth.
  • Comprehensive benefits package: We offer a competitive salary, 26 days annual leave (rising to 31 after 5 years' service), and much more.

Apply today to combat youth homelessness and provide hope and opportunities to young people. Your role as a Youth Support Worker is a chance to create lasting change. Together, we can build a future where youth homelessness is rare, and every young person has the chance to thrive.


Safeguarding and protecting children and adults at risk is a high priority for Pembrokeshire County Council. We aim to support vulnerable children and adults at risk to ensure they are as safe as they can possibly be. We are committed to ensuring their safety and will take action to safeguard their well-being. The Council's Corporate Safeguarding Policy provides a framework for every member of staff and Service within the Council, setting out responsibilities in relation to safeguarding and protecting children and adults at risk as well as the methods by which the Council will be assured that it is fulfilling its duties.

This policy applies to all Council employees and workforce, councillors, volunteers and also service providers that are commissioned by the Council. Safeguarding is everyone's business whether they work for, or on behalf of, the Council.

Employment Checks

This post is subject to a DBS disclosure check.

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Support & Additional Info

• Please contact the Recruitment Team as early as possible if you're unable to apply online or require support by emailing

• Local Government Employees on National Joint Council (NJC) terms are subject to national pay bargaining; all salaries currently stated in our adverts are as 01/04/2022. The 2023 pay award is pending.

• Please note, we have a legal obligation to consider employees for suitable alternative employment if their posts are at risk; therefore prior consideration will be given to existing employees who meet the person specification and are registered on our redeployment pool.

Welsh language skills are desirable. Applications may be submitted in Welsh and will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.