Job Vacancies

We have the following vacancies at the moment, please follow the instructions attached to the advertisement to register your interest in the post. For more information please do not hesitate to ask. 

The application form is available to download by clicking the link below, once completed please email your application form to us at:

AYA Application Form


Youth Workers

Fixed Term Contracts
Flexible Hours (includes after school hours)
JNC Scale Pay – based on experience

We are looking for experienced Youth Workers to work on a variety of exciting projects, working alongside young people aged 14-24 years enabling them to volunteer in the local community across Aylesbury and surrounding area.

The project activities work in collaboration with other organisations in the local area. Activities include the following areas, all with an adapted remote and digital platform during the pandemic, which will return to face to face activities in line with government guidelines.
  – Intergenerational activities (elderly residents with dementia)
  – Children’s activities (approx. aged 5-11)
  – Befriending activities (relieving isolation)
  – Filming activities (teaching film/photography for YouTube)
We have different locations under each project; therefore you will need your own car to transport supplies to projects.

Please contact us for more information or for an informal chat to discuss details about the role via

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Job Description and Person Spec


Chair of Trustee Board

We are looking for a passionate, dedicated and motivated individual to work with the Trustee Board and staff to add energy, experience and purpose to the team as it moves forward to successfully achieve its aims.

The key responsibilities are to provide leadership to the Trustees and AYA Manager, working with them to set the strategic direction and framework of the charity, and to ensure financial stability, utilising their particular skill base and insight. In addition, to acting as an ambassador to the charity and represent the organisation at a variety of events and meetings with key stakeholders.

The Chair is expected to have regular meetings with the AYA Manager as well as bi monthly Trustee meetings to discuss relevant strategic development and one or two additional meetings and events per year to concentrate on specific key areas.

If you are interested in knowing more, please contact the AYA office for details via


Adult Volunteers

We are always open to applications for adult volunteers to assist our projects, subject to a successful application and DBS check. The central duties and responsibilities are listed below, however if you are interested and would like more details, please contact the AYA office at and request an Adult Volunteer Application Form.

Volunteer role details:

To assist in supervising and supporting young people in the delivery of AYA’s Youth-Led Projects, fulfilling the aims and objectives of the charity.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • To assist the Project Worker in the planning and delivery of the designated project(s).
  • To encourage young people to become involved in the development, planning and evaluation the project.
  • To assist with the training of young people as volunteers.
  • To support volunteers in their volunteering and their personal development.
  • To participate in the monitoring and evaluation of the project, including writing reports and keeping records of attendance and activities.
  • To help ensure the safety and security of volunteers, the office and equipment and any other building used in the course of the project.
  • To undertake any other duties as required by the Project Worker or AYA Manager appropriate to the post and your skills and abilities.

Hours are flexible depending on projects undertaken. If you are interested in being involved as an volunteer assistant please contact us for more information.