Working with us will help enable ability

White Lodge is a vibrant, professional and friendly place to work built on a bedrock of care, dedication, integrity and experience. 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. You can browse our current vacancies below. Note: Successful applicants will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, two references and an Occupational Health Check.

Nursery Deputy

Department: Working with children
Salary: £18,266.16 (FTE £21,003.84)

We are seeking a Nursery Deputy to join our Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ nursery. Your role as Nursery Deputy is hands on to ensure the smooth running of the nursery on a daily basis.

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Support Workers Treetops

Department: Working with children
Salary: £18,195.84

Treetops provides short breaks for disabled young people up to the age of 18. It is desirable that you hold a relevant level 3 qualification (e.g. NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care, Workforce Diploma, NNEB, CACHE) and have experience of working within this field. The successful applicant must be able to attend mandatory training courses and Induction Standards training. The applicant must be IT literate and confident using Microsoft Word. A car driver would also be desirable

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Volunteering - temporarily suspended during the pandemic

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, community events we would love any help you can give. See how you can help..

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Play and Youth Club Worker - TARDIS 18-25's (Saturdays) POSITION ON HOLD

Department: Working with young people (18-25)
Salary: £8.21/ph

We are looking for an exceptional Play and Youth Club Worker to support our 18-25 year-old members in accessing a range of age appropriate youth and leisure activities at our scheme called TARDIS. This runs on the last Saturday of each month and the Play and Youth Club Worker will need to be available to support each session. The role requires an individual who can engage positively with young adults, be enthusiastic and bring such fun to the club; ensuring all members enjoy themselves in a safe environment. The Play and Youth Club Worker will believe in the organisations vision in delivering a service that is inclusive, diverse and offers equal opportunities

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Play and Youth Club Supervisor - (SEASONAL)

Department: Working with children
Salary: £13.58/ph

We are looking for an exceptional Play and Youth Club Supervisor to support the delivery of a play and youth clubs.  The play and youth clubs run during the school half terms and holidays, when the children/teens are not at school.  The Play and Youth Club Supervisor must be able to plan and provide an exciting variety of fun activities. The role requires an outstanding individual who can engage positively with children/teens, their staff team and parents. The Play Scheme Supervisor will be enthusiastic and bring exceptional fun to the play and youth schemes, ensuring all members enjoy themselves in a safe environment. The Play and Youth Club Supervisor will believe in the organisations vision in delivering a service that is inclusive, diverse and offers equal opportunities.

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Play and Youth Club Worker - After School

Department: Working with children
Salary: £8.21/ph - FTE £15,369.12 (Pro-rata £2,115.44)

We are looking for an exceptional Play and Youth Club Worker to support members in accessing a range of play and leisure activities at our After School Club, called MASC. MASC runs every Monday and Thursday during term time as Manor Mead School in Shepperton (Surrey).  The Play and Youth Club Worker will need to be available to support each session during the school term time table. The role of a Play and Youth Club Worker requires an individual who can engage positively with children and young people. The Play and Youth Club Worker will be enthusiastic and shall bring such fun to MASC; ensuring all members enjoy themselves in a safe environment. The Play and Youth Club Worker will believe in the organisation's vision in delivering a service that is inclusive, diverse and offers equal opportunities.

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Play and Youth Club Worker (SEASONAL)

Department: Working with children
Salary: £8.21/hr

We are looking for Play and Youth Club Workers to work with disabled children around the Runnymede, Spelthorne and Elmbridge areas. If you are enthusiastic and have experience of working with children this could be the opportunity for you. Full support and training will be provided.

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Transition & Personal Support Workers (BANK)

Department: Working with children
Salary: £10.60/ph

We provide opportunities for disabled children and young adults, from 0 to 25 years old, to access activities of their choice in their local community. We believe the children and adults who access our services have the right to the same opportunities as other young people and we will be looking for you to share this belief.

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