Ellingham is a great place to work - full of diverse, interesting, intelligent people with a passion for their work. We recognise that one of our most valuable resources is our staff team.
Likewise, working for the Not for Profit sector has never been more satisfying. For over 30 years we have been at the forefront of our local community, working to help the most marginalised in society, and the work you do for us will really matter.
Ellingham has developed significantly over the past few years and potential expansions to other areas of the work are always in the planning. In response to the unprecedented challenges of the current economic climate, we have continually diversified our work, providing ever more imaginative and stimulating programmes and opportunities.
As an employer of choice we are committed to staff development in order to equip staff with the necessary skills to meet the requirements of the job with confidence and competence. Ellingham hold the Investors In People standard, which formally recognises our achievements in the management and development of our people.
At Ellingham we celebrate diversity and the people we employ reflect the diverse community we serve. We are recognised as a Disability Confident employer, thanks to our track record in recruiting and retaining disabled people and people with health conditions for their skills and talent. Over 50% of our current staff team have a disability.
There are many advantages to working for Ellingham. We are a compassionate employer that really cares about our employees, and we are supportive of our staff team. We know we would not be able to do the amazing things we do without them. As an Ellingham employee you will receive a generous annual leave entitlement and free access to our Employee Assistance Programme.
Responsible for the provision of learning, skills development and wellbeing activities for adults with a learning disability.
We are looking for a Support Worker to work within our I Can Ventures service - assisting with the supervision, delivery and vocational support of adults with a learning disability.
We're looking for a qualified Case Worker to join our multi skilled team in supporting individuals towards sustained employment.
We are looking for a Key Worker to manage a caseload of participants with disabilities, providing individual support to enable participants to progress into work.
We are looking for a Communication Support Worker to support a young person on one of our Supported Internship projects.
We are looking for volunteers to lead or support training and activity sessions with our clients.