Salary:  £21,000 - £24,000 per annum depending on experience
Contract and hours: This is a permanent full time contract, thanks to funding from the #iwill fund. A working week is an average 35.5 hours. Full or part time options available with flexible working hours considered. Immediate start possible
Location: Hybrid working at the JLGB Office in London (E18) and at home. Will require travel around Greater London and project locations nationally.


About us

JLGB is a modern, thriving, innovative and award-winning national youth organisation that is a model of professional youth work for over 125 years. Through a diverse range of experiences and activities JLGB seeks to enrich the lives of young people through its local, regional and national framework. JLGB removes barriers to participation by providing positive activities within a fun, friendly, safe and structured environment, that meet the religious and cultural needs of the Jewish community.


The Role

Could you be the right person to inspire and support impactful volunteering opportuntiies for young people at JLGB?  We strive to support young people to make a difference in society by developing a growing network of over 300 charities and community organisations that increase meaningful volunteering and social action opportunties. The successful candidate will be passionate about youth volunteering, building partnerships, networks and collaborations.

Working closely with the Partnership & Charities Manager, and wider team, you will support the growth of partnerships and networks that leverage volunteer opportunities for JLGB children and young people through eVOLve. The eVOLve initiative and digital platform is a revolution in youth volunteering, creating an age-progressive volunteering journey for Jewish young people throughout primary and secondary school and on to university.  eVOLve enables and equips young people to build their character by fully engaging them in meaningful social action to become active citizens in their community and enhance their employability and transferable skills.

You will be help to identify and engage new and existing partners to build strong relationships with a variety of organisations to include charities and community groups, synagogues, business, school and youth groups from across the UK to develop opportunities that offer transferable skills for young people, whilst delivering measurable outcomes for charities and their beneficiaries.

We are excited to hear from you if you have a flair for building relationships with all kinds of people and have a passion for social action. Previous experience in a similar role would be advantageous, but what we value most are the right skills and a passion to make a difference. We’re looking for relationship building skills, and the ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders.


Responsibilities will include:

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties. You will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and the overall business objectives of the organisation. 


We are looking for some of the following attributes in the successful applicant, you may be more experienced in some areas than others.  We are interested in experience that’s both job-related or gained through other areas of your life.


You may also have

The successful candidate will be required to be flexible in their approach. The work will include some evenings and Sunday work.


What you’ll get in return

You will be working in a passionate and enthusiastic team with a strong vision and ambition in striving to enrich the lives of young people.

We offer 28 days leave, pro-rata, plus bank and public holidays (this includes directed leave for Jewish high holy days), rising by 1 day for each completed year of service to a maximum total of 34 days leave.

Employer and employee contribution to pension following successful probation period, in line with auto-enrolment pension requirement, 3% employer contribution

Hybrid working, offering a flexible combination of office and home-based working.

We have a flexible policy for working hours and offer TOIL where staff are required to start early, finish late or work on a Sunday, so that you can reclaim these hours at another time.

Free tea and coffee whilst working from the office

How to apply?
We know sometimes the ‘perfect candidate’ doesn’t exist, and that people can be put off applying for job if they don’t tick every box. If you’re excited about working for us, and have most of the skills or experience we’re looking for, please go ahead and apply. You could just be what we’re looking for

Please submit your CV and covering letter, of no more than two pages, demonstrating what you would bring to the role in terms of your skills and experience.  

Please state any preferences for flexible working options in your covering letter. 

Send your CV and covering letter to

We reserve the right to close this recruitment process early should we receive a high volume of applications. 

For an informal and confidential conversation about this position please email with your contact details, and a suitable times to talk and a member of the team will call you back.


Additional information

Our staff team are currently based at our London Head Office (E18), although you may be asked to occasionally work at various locations to meet partner organisations, charities and community groups as part of your duties. 

Our offices are based in East London and we thrive on working closely together. Ideally you would be willing to meet team members at our offices for co-working more frequently, but we will be flexible for the right candidate. 

All roles at JLGB are subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check, either a current or new application that can be made through JLGB. Should you be aware of any incidents, cautions or convictions that would appear in a DBS check, please notify us when you apply.

The JLGB recognises the positive value of diversity and is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from all suitably qualified or experienced individuals, regardless of their race, gender, biological sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, age or neurodiversity.

If you need us to make an adjustment or provide additional support as you apply for a role, please email

Please note all our posts require candidates to have the Right to Work in the UK at the time of applying.


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