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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:  Sessional Play Worker
    • Location:  Dussindale Primary School, Norwich
    • Salary: £8.75 per hour plus £1.24 per hour sessional holiday pay
    • Hours:  Monday – Friday, 7.00am- 8.45am and 3pm - 6.00pm
    • Contract:  Zero hours - Term time only
    • Closing Date: Monday 6th January 2020 9.00am
    • Interview Date: Wednesday 15th January 2020 (Norwich)

    • Job Title:  Retail Assistant/Van Driver
    • Location:  Restore Holt
    • Salary: £10,342.80 per annum/£8.84 per hour
    • Hours: 22.5 hours per week, including some Saturdays
    • Contract:  Permanent, part time
    • Closing Date: Monday 6th January 2020 9.00am
    • Interview Date: Wednesday 15th January (Holt)

    • Job Title:  Support Worker
    • Location:  Bury St Edmunds
    • Salary: £11.56 per hour plus hourly car users allowance
    • Hours: Between 5 & 10 hours per week - over 1-2 days
    • Contract: Sessional, term time only
    • Closing Date: Monday 9th December 9.00 am
    • Interview Date: Monday 16th December (Thetford)

    • 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

I hope the money I raise goes a long way with helping you provide the continued support to the people who depend on you.

Chris Shearing, 2019 London Marathon Runner

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