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Our charity supports local children, young people and families who are going through tough times, with our passionate and dedicated staff team bringing hope, opportunity, stability and independence to those who use our services. With services and locations in Norfolk and Suffolk, working for The Benjamin Foundation is an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of local people. Whether you work in one of our front line services, offices or retail shops, working for us is extremely rewarding.

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.

Our current vacancies for our essential services are listed below. We welcome applications and ask that all applicants please complete one of our Equal Opportunities Monitoring forms and return together with your application form. 

If you have any questions about our vacancies or recruitment, please contact 01603 615670 or email us. 

If you are interested in working with us please forward your C.V to recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk and we will respond to you at the earliest opportunity.

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Our current vacancies

    • Job Title: Young People's Support Worker
    • Location: North Walsham
    • Contract: Permanent, part time
    • Salary: £9,032.40 per annum, £9.65 per hour. Sleep ins and on call paid in addition. Plus Employee Pension and other benefits
    • Hours: 18 per week plus 1 sleep in to be worked flexibly
    • Closing Date: Monday 26th April 9am
    • Interview Date: Shortlisted candidates will take part in an online Safer Recruitment Interview on Wednesday 5th May and an online interview on Thursday 6th May

    • Job Title: Young People's Support Worker
    • Location: Kings Lynn
    • Contract: Permanent, part time
    • Salary: £13,102.90 per annum including sleep in and on call allowances. Plus Employee Pension Scheme & other benefits
    • Hours: 22.5 plus one sleep in per week to be worked flexibly. This role includes lone working, evenings, weekends, sleep in and on call responsibilities on a rota basis.
    • Closing Date: Monday 19th April 9am
    • Interview Date: Shortlisted candidates will take part in an online safer recruitment interview on Wednesday 28th April and a formal interview on Thursday 29th April

    • Job Title: Single Homeless Prevention Service Case Worker
    • Location: Kings Lynn and West Norfolk
    • Contract: Fixed for 4 years, full time
    • Salary: £19,021.34 per annum, £9.82 per hour plus essential car user's allowance & employee pension
    • Hours: 37.25 Monday - Friday
    • Closing Date: Monday 12th April 9am
    • Interview Date: Shortlisted candidates will take part in an online Safer Recruitment Interview on Tuesday 20th April and an interview on Thursday 22nd April

    • Job Title: Single Homeless Prevention Service Senior Case Worker
    • Location: Covering North Norfolk & Breckland areas
    • Contract: Fixed for 4 years, full time (job share applications welcomed)
    • Salary: £23, 883.21 per annum, £12.33 per hour plus essential car user's allowance and pension scheme
    • Hours: 37.25 Monday to Friday
    • Closing Date: Monday 12th April 9am
    • Interview Date: Shortlisted candidates will take part in an online Safer Recruitment Interview on Monday 19th April and a formal interview on Tuesday 20th April

    • 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

Our little boy loves this school, he is getting on so well, we as his parents are so proud of what he has achieved so far and we thank the staff so much.

Parent

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