Current Vacancies

Join our team supporting young people in Norfolk


At MAP, we are advisers, counsellors, youth workers and other professionals working together to provide the best support we can to young people aged 11-25, in a way that works for them.

We are very excited to welcome you to apply for the following vacancies to join our team who are committed to our values of:

  • Being Young Person Centred
  • Valuing Each Individual
  • Being Professional
  • Working for Social Justice


Youth Counsellor

Hours:                 One 20 hour post based in our Norwich schools’ project

Various other posts and hours available (minimum 15 hours to maximum 30 hours) within our NHS funded counselling offer around the County

Contract:            Permanent

Location:            Various: Norwich, Great Yarmouth, North Walsham and Attleborough

Salary:                 Starting salary £24,099 per annum pro rata with incremental progression based on performance to £25,911 per annum pro rata

Closing date:     9am Thursday 5th August 2021

Interviews are expected to take place week commencing 9th August 2021

We have exciting opportunities to join our well established and reputable counselling team.

The role of Youth Counsellor plays a part in our mission to support young people in Norfolk by providing 1:1 counselling sessions for young people.

Applicants must have a recognised qualification in counselling, and be accredited, or eligible for accreditation, by the BACP, UKCP, or an equivalent body. Some experience of working with young people is essential.

Further information:

To apply for this please follow the ‘how to apply’ instructions at the bottom of this page.


Practitioner Support Administrator

Hours:                 15-22.5 per week

Location:            Norwich

Salary:                Starting salary £21,111 per annum pro rata with incremental progression based on performance to £22,818 per annum pro rata

Closing date:     9am Monday 6th September 2021

Interviews are expected to take place week commencing 20th September 2021

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Therapeutic Services Team as a Practitioner Support Administrator assisting staff delivering a range of mental health interventions in MAP’s Centres and other venues across Norfolk and Waveney.

With previous administration experience, the ideal candidate will be able to undertake varied administrative tasks, to include dealing with enquiries, working with waiting lists and appointment systems and inputting and extracting client information using databases and spreadsheets.

The successful candidate will have the ability and aptitude to assist with the development of Practitioner support systems and related team processes contributing to continuous improvement and greater efficiency in our delivery of services to young people.

You will be organised and accurate with great attention to detail and respectful at all times of the confidential nature of the information you will be processing

Further information:

To apply for this please follow the ‘how to apply’ instructions at the bottom of this page.


Senior Advice Practitioner

Hours:                 37 hours per week

Location:            Great Yarmouth with a weekly presence in Norwich

Salary:                Starting salary £26,457 per annum with incremental progression based on performance to £28,635 per annum

Closing date:     9am Friday 6th August 2021

Interview date: Friday 13th August 2021

We have an exciting opportunity to join our established and respected Advice Service, as a Senior Practitioner leading a small team of Advice Workers offering regular advice services to young people.

As a Senior Advice Practitioner you will provide advice to young people and coordinate MAP’s advice service as part of a management team.  You will provide line management and support to your team and support service development to ensure continuous improvement and greater efficiency in our delivery of services to young people.

Applicants will be able to demonstrate:

  • experience of working with young people
  • relevant qualifications, experience or training in advice work or similar/related practice
  • experience of leading, motivating and managing others
  • knowledge of social issues, policy and practice, as they affect young people
  • one to one and group work skills
  • the ability to cope with challenging and emotionally charged situations.
  • the ablilty to write reports on advice activity for funders.
  • communication & coaching skills
  • IT and reporting skills
  • MAP values

Further information:

To apply for this please follow the ‘how to apply’ instructions at the bottom of this page.


Advice Worker

Hours:                 30 hours per week

Location:            Norwich

Salary:                Starting salary £24,099 per annum pro rata with incremental progression based on performance to £25,911 per annum pro rata

Closing date:     9am Friday 6th August 2021

Interview date: Thursday 12th August 2021

We have an exciting opportunity to join our established and respected Advice Work Service, as part of our Norwich team offering regular advice services to young people.

As an Advice Worker, you will provide free, impartial and confidential advice, information and guidance to young people on a wide range of issues including debt, employment and housing. You will support and help young people, to address their problems and prevent them from becoming worse. Your approach will be person centred, giving them the knowledge and tools required to make informed choices and access services.

Applicants will be able to demonstrate:

  • experience of working with young people
  • relevant qualifications, experience or training in advice work or similar/related practice
  • knowledge of social issues, policy and practice, as they affect young people
  • one to one and group work skills
  • communication skills
  • IT and reporting skills
  • MAP values
  • an interest in employment, education and training

Further information:


How to apply:

If you would like to apply for any of the vacancies above, please submit your completed application form and recruitment monitoring form to HR@map.uk.net

Successful candidates will receive a range of benefits including:

  • competitive salary
  • 30 days holiday increasing to 35 after 5 years’ service (plus bank holidays)
  • generous pension contributions
  • company sick pay
  • Counselling and support through an Employee Assistance Programme
  • excellent on-going training and development opportunities
  • support from an established and reputable team
  • corporate events and activities
  • wellbeing focus
  • regular line management
  • flexible working
  • free tea and coffee
  • access to cycle to work scheme

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