We believe that coming to work should be a rewarding experience for both paid staff and volunteers – our workforce is important to us, as is the positive impact they have with our clients’ health and wellbeing. We appreciate the importance of having strong leadership and good management; we know that the most important resource in the organisation is our people.
We are committed to an organisational culture that values people from all backgrounds. We welcome and encourage applications from all members of the community regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, age or disability. We welcome applicants who have knowledge of housing, health and/or social care services, in particular people who have had experience of using these services
In 2011 we were recognised as a Sunday Times Top 100 Employer in the Public/Third Sector and awarded 1 star accreditation from Best Companies.
Our employees and volunteers on the ground are absolutely vital in ensuring that we do what we say we are going to do and that we do it well – delivering services of the highest standard and quality. All of our staff and volunteers have access to learning and development opportunities through regular supervision and appraisal.
Other opportunities for development are offered through participation in a variety of working groups – we encourage people to get involved to contribute and learn.