Northfield Youth Hub

A youth hub for the young people and wider community in Northfield, Aberdeen.


Current opportunities

If you are interested in helping your community then this is for you! Secretary of a multi-agency group who will support each other in delivering a new youth hub for the young people and wider community in Northfield. -Main duties and responsibilities: • Record and transcribe all minutes of Northfield Youth Hub group. • Distribute minutes and other relevant information as required to the community volunteers and group members in advance of each meeting. • Forward a copy of all the minutes to the group members. • Maintain files of minutes, correspondence etc., on the community group’s behalf. • Ensure a meeting room is available for any future face-to-face meetings. • Correspond with Community volunteers, group members and others as required. • Upon vacating the position all files etc. must be passed on to the new secretary. A fantastic opportunity to make a real difference for young people and the community. All volunteers are greatly appreciated. For further details please contact Derek Bain, Partnership Development Officer at email: derek.bain@scotland.police.uk or telephone: 01224 301068.

If you are interested in helping your community then this is for you! Leading a multi-agency group who will support you in delivering a new youth hub for the young people and wider community in Northfield. -Primary focus: The role of the Chair of a community team, is to lead and guide the team during the bi-monthly meetings. -Main duties and responsibilities: ▪ Along with the team determine the theme and/or identify topic areas to focus on during the year/s of office ▪ Ensure the team operates within the current guidelines laid out in the constitution ▪ Report the results of the group’s activities at the AGM ▪ Chair team meetings ensuring that all required business is covered and that all members have a fair opportunity to express their opinions ▪ Disseminate to the Northfield Youth Action Group (NYAG) leadership team the outcomes from meetings ▪ Communicate with other local community groups in order to collaborate, pool knowledge and share best practice ▪ Ensure that each action from meetings has a named person to lead on its development and delivery A fantastic opportunity to make a real difference for young people and the community. All volunteers are greatly appreciated. For further details please contact Derek Bain, Partnership Development Officer at email: derek.bain@scotland.police.uk or telephone: 01224 301068.

If you are interested in serving your community by making positive changes then this is for you. Your role will be Treasurer of a multi-agency group who will support each other in delivering a new youth hub for the young people and wider community in Northfield. You should have a steady lifestyle and be able to commit long term, with a view to being present throughout the build phase to the project end and beyond. Main duties and responsibilities are: • Oversee the financial affairs of the group and ensure they are legal, constitutional and within accepted accounting practice • Ensure proper records are kept and that effective financial procedures are in place • Monitor and report on the financial health of the group • Oversee the production of necessary financial reports/returns, accounts and audits • Assist with funding bids on behalf of the group This is a team effort with a six person committee and wider multi-agency approach. The existing group are very supportive of each other and will likewise support you in integrating with the wider group and your new role. A fantastic opportunity to make a real difference for young people and the community. All volunteers are greatly appreciated. For further details please contact Derek Bain, Partnership Development Officer at email: derek.bain@scotland.police.uk or telephone: 01224 301068.