Employment Opportunities

We’re always looking for talented individuals to join our team

We are expanding our team

If you have the relevant experience and like the idea of supporting young people who have faced challenges to help them reach their potential, we would love to chat to you about these roles:

Flexible Contract Project Support Workers

Do you have experience in education, youthwork or community support?

We are looking for a number of people to join our team, working both 1:1 and supporting small group projects with our students.

We work with young people who have faced significant challenge, which means staff need to be self-aware and emotionally resilient in order to cope with the very challenging behaviours they will, at times, be faced with.

Our flexible contract staff are fully involved in the work of the charity and are paid to attend all staff training sessions, with their specific work hours being commissioned on a half termly basis to meet the needs of the charity for that period.

Volunteer Mentor

Could you give an hour a week to support a young person over a 12 month period?

Our volunteer mentor team receive 10 hours of training before being matched with a young person to support. If you have the time to come alongside a young person without judgement, this could be a great opportunity for you.

Training scheduled for summer 2020 was postponed due to COVID-19, but we are planning to run further training as soon as is practical in 2021.

 

If you want to be part of a highly skilled team with a fantastic reputation for delivering excellent service to our young people, we would love to hear from you.

For Volunteer Mentoring, please email dani.coltman@eaglesnestproject.org.uk

For Flexible Contract Project Support Worker, please email jan.appleton@eaglesnestproject.org.uk or call 07474-576569

Eagle’s Nest Project operates a rigorous safer recruitment policy. All posts will be subject to a number of checks, including an enhanced DBS.

“Eagle’s Nest tailors the provision to the young person who is being referred.”

Assistant Headteacher, Bridge Short Stay School