555 Project Worker

Starting from £10.90 per hour
9am - 3pm / Monday - Friday during term-time only

As a 555 Project Worker, your main role will be to play with and care for young people attending our emergency out of school service.

By being a part of the 555 Project Team, you will need to help provide a high quality, fun and friendly service for young people aged 8-18 years, some of which may be extremely vulnerable and may have been excluded from school setting. This may mean that they may show behaviour that challenges. Play is at the heart of everything we do, and as a 555 Project Worker, you will help enable children and young people to have fun, socialise and experience new things, whilst feeling confident and comfortable to be themselves. You will be working as part of a fantastic supportive team delivering fun and exciting activities both at our venues and out in the community.

Job Description

555 Project Worker – Job Description


As a 555 Project Worker, we are flexible on working hours but we do require a minimum of 3 days a week from the following:

  • During term-time only: Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm

Pay and benefits

Starting from £9.90 per hour.

We believe in paying our staff fairly for a days work and are proud to be an accredited as a Living Wage Employer, paying all of our staff the Real Living Wage.


This role is based at our Farnham scheme.

Please note – all successful applicants will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS Disclosure. For more information email recruitment@disability-challengers.org or call us on 01483 230 938.




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Your details

Due to our safer recruitment policy, we require all of our scheme workers and volunteers to be aged 17 or older. However, we are allowing people aged 16 to apply if they are turning 17 within the next few months. Please select the option which applies to you.
If you are under 18, please declare if you have had any prior involvement or current involvement with Social Services or any professional bodies that are associated with Children Services. Please note this information is regarded as highly confidential and will only be shared with our Safeguarding and HR Team.

Disclosure declaration

The position for which you are applying potentially involves significant unsupervised contact with children and is therefore subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975. This means that you must disclose details of any convictions, bindover orders or police cautions, warnings or reprimands, including those which are considered “spent” under the terms of the Act. Please use the Disclosure Form below only if this applies to you. This information will not be used to discriminate against you unfairly.
If you have any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not "protected" as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013) by SI 2013 1198, please complete the information below and return it with your application. This information will not be used to discriminate against you unfairly. For more information on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act please click here.