Disability Confident Employer

Working with us will help enable ability

If you would like to join us and help make a difference to disabled children, young adults, families and carers, you’ve come to the right place.

Browse our current vacancies below.

Please note: Successful applicants will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, two references and an Occupational Health Check.

Night Support Worker

Department: Working with children
Salary: £14,435

As a Support Worker, you will undertake a range of support activities for the young people with disabilities using our service. Working closely with Senior Support Workers, you will plan and provide leisure activities, prepare meals and refreshments and ensure the emotional and physical wellbeing of the children and young people are maintained at all times. You’ll also undertake cleaning duties, assist staff with signage and PECs and support the day staff with administrative and IT related tasks, such as producing documentation and auditing. Please note, due to our open and collaborative working environment and the nature of our work with children and adults with disabilities, all our office-based roles can experience periods of elevated noise levels and some elements of disruption.

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Senior Support Worker

Department: Working with children
Salary: £27,031.68

This is the perfect opportunity for a qualified Carer with supervisory experience to make a huge difference to the lives of young people. You’ll discover a rewarding role within an organisation that values inclusivity and community, and become part of a family that promotes a culture of respect and acceptance. As a Senior Support Worker, you will ensure the support and safety of the young people using their service. Planning and delivering leisure activities, you will help our young people work towards their individual goals, alongside preparing their food and administering their medication.

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Volunteering Opportunities

Department: Volunteer
Salary: Voluntary

At White Lodge we are always pleased to hear from enthusiastic individuals who are able to volunteer their time and skills. Be it driving, admin, supporting children and adults with disabilities or community events we would love any help you can give. See how you can help..

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Play and Youth Club Supervisor

Department: Office
Salary: £13.85 per hour

As a Play and Youth Clubs Supervisor, you will manage, plan and deliver our play and youth schemes for children and young people with disabilities who are on short breaks. Specifically, supporting children and young people to gain enjoyment and development through play and leisure, you will ensure they are safe and feel valued. You will motivate, guide, role model and support staff in building relationships with children and young people, enabling them to engage effectively, as well as protecting the children from harm.

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Play and Youth Club Support Worker

Department: Working with children
Salary: £11.44 per hour

Group Interview Event for our Play and Youth Club Schemes: 27th April 2024, 11:00-16:00 Are you passionate about engaging with children and young people to enrich their lives? Here's your chance to be part of something truly impactful! At our upcoming group interview event on the 27th of April 2024, from 11:00 to 16:00, you'll have the opportunity to walk away with a job offer on the same day! We have 12 permanent contracts and unlimited casual worker contracts available for our Play and Youth Scheme department. Applicants who cannot make the group recruitment day will still be eligible to apply and will be offered an alternative interview date if successful.

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Support Worker

Department: Working with children
Salary: £21,730-£25,980

This is the perfect opportunity for a qualified Carer to make a huge difference to the lives of young people. You’ll discover a rewarding role within an organisation that values inclusivity and community, and become part of a family that promotes a culture of respect and acceptance. As a Support Worker, you will undertake a range of support activities for the young people using our client’s service. Working closely with Senior Support Workers and the Registered Manager, you will plan and provide leisure activities and prepare meals and refreshments.

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