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Careers

About Glebe House

We are committed to providing a stable, therapeutic community to care for, and support young males in establishing positive behaviours and life skills.

Our Residential Home was established in 1965 and we provide a real sense of belonging, based on mutual respect for one another. Most of the young people who live in our community have experienced disruption during their early years and have demonstrated harmful sexual behaviours, so our holistic programme helps them understand their behaviours, acknowledge past traumas and prepare them for safe, independent living.

Our benefits:

  • Pension – contributions higher than Government minimum requirement

  • Access to an independent Employee Assistance Programme (free counselling, financial advice, legal information)

  • Paid-for breaks

  • Free meals/refreshments when on shift

  • Enhanced DBS is essential, so we pay for this

  • Overtime (subject to availability)

  • Blue Light Card

Application

If you are interested in a current opening please apply by completing the 'Application for Employment Form' using the link below or on our 'Current Opportunities' pages.

 

If would like to discuss a role and/or careers further please contact our HR Department on (01799) 584359 or email hr@glebehouse.org.uk.

 

We are an equal opportunities employer and value diversity, welcoming and valuing applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

 

As part of our safer recruitment practices all posts will be subject to checks including an enhanced DBS. A full employment history will need to be provided with an explanation of any employment gaps.

Please note it is essential that all applicants read our 'Safeguarding' Policy in full during application, this is a requirement of the application process.

Current Opportunities

Deputy Head of School

Full time 40 hours per week

HR Manager

Full-time 40 hours per week

Youth Worker

Full time average 38 hours per week (average). Overtime available subject to requirement

Trustee

This is a volunteer position. The Trust Board is the governing body which promotes strategic thinking and planning by addressing compliance, prudence, caring and the identification of critical issues. By being a Trustee, you can help us make a real difference to the lives of the young people we work with.

The Board is always composed of at least 60% Quakers. We are looking for non-Quakers as well as Quaker Trustees. It is usual for Board appointments to last for three years in the first instance, but a further triennium might be helpful.

Therapist

This is a full-time role - 40 hours per week

Youth Worker - Locum

This is a casual post which requires working some evening and weekend shifts.

Youth Worker - Waking Nights

Permanent role, full-time - 40 hours per week.