Working
with us

 

We believe that it’s the quality of the people who work with us that sets us apart – their energy, commitment, skills and burning desire to make a difference to young people’s lives.

We offer a working environment that values staff, promotes improvement and is small enough to give you a real chance to influence and achieve.

 

COVID-19 and Recruitment

Our Community and Residential Services are essential, so we are continuing to operate as safely as possible throughout the pandemic. We understand that some people may be returning to this field after a gap, or may want to begin working in this field and have transferrable skills from other areas of experience, and we welcome all applications. 

We are following government guidance and have a relevant Business Continuity and Operational Guide. Meeting candidates is essential, so we will be offering face-to face-interviews in our Head Office (SE11 6EE) that comply with social distancing and safety measures.

 

 

Current career opportunities

 

 

We’re looking for a energetic, passionate, hardworking and fun individuals who love a challenge, have relevant experience and want to make a big difference

Residential Team Manager

 The job

Keeping the relationship with the young people at the heart of the work, you will help and support young women, leaving the care of the local authority in our therapeutic 9-bed female-only unit Yvonne House.  

 Do you have...

  • Experience line managing staff - identifying strengths and an ability to support staff to understand and manage the impact of the work
  • An ability to maintain and strengthen relationships with key stakeholders, partners and the wider community to achieve high quality outcomes
  • Experience of taking a lead role in assessing risk and safeguarding young people
  • The ability to recognise the impact of secondary trauma in yourself and staff and to respond appropriately
  • Knowledge of HR policies and procedures. 

Applications deadline: Monday 20th July 2020
Interviews: Tuesday 28th July 2020
Candidates Informed: Thursday 30th July 2020 

 

Residential and Community Key-Workers

The job - Community Key worker

You will build warm, trusting and professional relationships with young people, providing one-to-one support, advice and guidance and leading on the coordination of other support services.

Working as part of a team delivering accommodation, support and therapy to 35+ care leavers and young mothers in stand-alone flats in the community.

The job - Residential Key worker

 

 

 Do you have...

  • A commitment to making a difference to young people in the care of Local Authorities
  • Share our values and a similar commitment to inclusive working
  • Relevant experience in working with young people with complex needs
  • A proven track record of achieving targets and positive outcomes 
  • Experience of working with professional networks and/or case management
  • An understanding of the impact of trauma and secondary trauma
  • An ability to understand, recognise and respond appropriately to risk

How to apply

Please complete the relevant application form & our equalities data form 

Community & Residential Key Worker - click here for job description and here for an application form

Residential team manager - click here for job description and here for an application form

Click here for our equalities data form

 

 

 

 


Investor in People

Young Futures is an Investors in People accredited organisation. We value the importance of determining the right strategy, keeping everyone on board, enhancing our management practices and continuously evaluating what’s working or needs further improvement.

We deliver services in an increasingly competitive, rapidly changing sector with limited resources.

For us, the effective development of our collective talents and career prospects is the only way we can ensure sustained growth and competitive advantage.

 

 

Inclusion and Equality

We are committed to embedding inclusive practices, promoting equality and valuing diversity in all of our activities. We understand and acknowledge the positive benefits that this commitment will bring to the young people we support, our staff and our partner organisations.

We are striving to be an employer of choice for all and take measures to ensure that Young Futures is attracting recruits from the most skilled and committed people regardless of their background. Whilst we can already be proud of some examples of excellent practice, we are not complacent and recognise that we can always do better.

For 2019-20 we have set ourselves a number of challenging but achievable targets in our new Inclusion and Equality Action Plan.

 

 

 

 

Salary & Benefits 

We believe all staff should be paid well for work that delivers excellent services and changes the lives of young people in and leaving care.

As a result we offer:


  • Competitive Sector Salary (including options to earn more through On Call) + Work Related Travel + Pension Contribution
  • Generous Annual Leave (35 Days, including Bank Holidays)
  • Wellbeing Budget (£25 per month for all staff to encourage self-care)
  • Half a day wellbeing time per month
  • Training and Support – online modules, group training and personal training budget
  • Line Management and Therapeutic 1:1 Supervision, and Therapeutic Group Supervision monthly
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme

We know the current times may be difficult financially for some, so we are paying a bonus of £500 in the first week of induction.

 

 

 

Young Futures CIC

info@youngfutures.org.uk 127 Lambeth Walk, London, SE11 6EE   

Yvonne House duty 24/7  Tel: 07896 102 842
Community out-of-hours on-call Monday to Friday 5pm to 9am,  weekends and bank holidays Tel: 07435 964 589