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Why work for The Benjamin Foundation?

We’re committed to providing excellent support for our employees; we have an effective appraisal and personal review process which incorporates the principles of the Nurtured Heart Approach® recognising people’s skills and attributes as well as creating opportunities for personal and professional development.

Employee benefits include:

Employee Pension Scheme
Company Sick Pay
Employee Assistance Scheme

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Our current vacancies

  • Job Title: Family Support Worker Location: Norwich Contract: Fixed term until July 2020 Salary: Point 25 Hours of Work: 37.25 hours per week Term Time Only (Plus 15 days per year to be worked during school holidays) Benefits: Employee pension scheme & employee assistance programme Closing Date: Tuesday 5th March (noon) Interview Date: Monday 11th March & Tuesday 12th March (Norwich) NB: This role may include some evenings / early morning visits – based on the need of families referred.

    • Job Title: Young People’s Support Worker
    • Location: Right Tracks, King's Lynn
    • Job Type; Permanent, part time, on-call
    • Salary: £8,639.28 per annum (£9.23 per hour) Sleep ins and on call will be paid in addition
    • Hours: 18 hours to be worked flexibly to meet the needs of the service – sleep ins as required
    • Benefits:  Employee pension scheme & employee assistance programme
    • Closing Date: Monday 4th March (noon)
    • Interview Date: Wednesday 13th March (King's Lynn)

    • Supported lodgings service: Hosts needed in Suffolk and Norfolk - particularly Norwich, Ipswich and surrounding areas.
    • Provide accommodation: to vulnerable young people aged 16-18 years of age who are in need of stability and security.
    • Offer: a spare room, support, tolerance and understanding.
    • Receive: on-going comprehensive support and training
    • Subject to: Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS), assessment and home visits and references check.
    • Support payment: to cover expenses of approximately £125 per week whilst you have a young person staying with you.
    • Hosts are not employed by The Benjamin Foundation.

A member of our team supporting a young person at one of our accommodation centres
I consider myself very lucky to work for The Benjamin Foundation- I have been encouraged and supported to take on more challenges and can honestly say I am never bored!

Member of our staff team

Something which stood out from the other nurseries is how keen staff are to try new things and develop the facilities and activities.