Volunteer Counsellors Recruitment Programme 2019

We are now recruiting for Volunteer Counsellors.
If you are interested in working for HYCS please download the following information which gives you full details of the Person Specification, Selection Programme dates and Recruitment Procedures.

Person Spec 

Selection Programme

Recruitment Procedures

Please note dates of attendance in the Selection Programme:
Friday 1st February & Friday 8th February 2019 (Pre Residential) and

Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th February (Residential) and

Core Training Dates

We also recommend that you download the Annual Report to get a flavour of what we do and how we work.
Please click here for HYCS Annual Report 2017/18
 
The Information Sessions start in December 2018 and are an important part of the process.
All interested applicants need to attend one Information Session.
        Please choose one date you can attend and let us know.       
 
Information session 1: Friday 14th December 2018 6pm – 7.15pm
or
Information session 2: Monday 17th December 2018 4pm – 5.15pm
or
Information session 3: Wednesday 19th December 2018 6pm – 7.15pm

 
Email Lorraine at admin@hycscounselling.co.uk to book your place.

Application Forms will be provided on request after Information Session.

Closing date for Applications Tuesday 8th January 2019 12:00 Noon
Applications can only be completed after you have attended
an Information Session.

Interviews will be held week commencing 21st January 2019. 
 
An Equal Opportunity Employer
The Hounslow Youth Counselling Service is committed to equality of opportunity in the service it provides to the community and its workforce. We are looking for applicants who are committed to our Equal Opportunities Policy.
 
Safeguarding Young People
The service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We require two references and we will carry out an enhanced DBS check on all successful applicants.
 
Our recruitment and selection process is designed to enable both the Service and the applicants to make realistic decisions about whether to work together or not. The process involves an interview, a residential weekend as well as an induction period and core training. For us to be thorough in our selection this will take some time.