If you are interested in working or volunteering with us we would love to hear from you

  • having some knowledge or experience of disabilities is an advantage
  • having an interest and a willingness to learn is essential!


Our staff and volunteers go through the same recruitment process

  • you complete an application form
  • if your application is unsuccessful we will let you know by email or telephone call
  • if your application is successful we will invite you for a chat or interview


If you are offered a job or voluntary role you will be asked to

  • give us details for a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
  • give us names and details of 2 referees (people that know you well, for example someone that you work for, or used to work for) so we can ask them to tell us about you
  • complete some training, including
      • Safeguarding
      • Equality and Diversity
      • Data Protection
  • read our policies and procedures (relevant to your role)


After the initial courses and on the job training

  • we will discuss other training with you, that might be useful to your role, or that you might have an interest in
  • you will be expected to build your knowledge and understanding with support from your manager
  • we value creativity and ideas so we encourage staff to share their ideas and views in team meetings, and with senior staff, via their line managers
  • you will have the opportunity to be involved with fundraising events if you would like to


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