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We are delighted that you are interested in working with us at The National House Project.
All our staff and trustees are passionately committed to making a difference to the lives of young people leaving care. Our working culture is supportive, innovative, and friendly. We aim to improve the wider leaving care services and develop an expert care experienced user voice to change the narrative about care leavers and ensure that they are making decisions about their lives and their projects. We actively encourage approaches from people of different ages, physical ability, sexual orientation, race and religious belief and those with care experience.

 

Current Vacancies

Please check out our available positions below:

TRUSTEE

Location: Head Office (Crewe, Cheshire East)

Salary: The role of trustee is unpaid but reasonable travel expenses may be claimed.

Hours: Four Board meetings annually which take place at the head office in Crewe. and occasional sub-committees. Trustees serve a 3-year term and can serve for a maximum of 3 terms.

Job Description:

With other trustees you'll be responsible for the governance of the organisation, its strategic development and ensuring the charity is well run. You'll demonstrate what it takes to deliver effective services and be able to make good decisions. You'll have a deep commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and will value the lived experience and expert status of young people who are beneficiaries of our work.

Whilst prior experience of being a Trustee is not essential you will bring knowledge, skills and experience in one of the following areas: philanthropy and fundraising, business development organisational change, Law, HR and PR & Communications.

A DBS check will be required.

Trustee application information pack

To apply:

please email tanya@thehouseproject.org outlining your suitability for this position (preferably via covering letter) and attaching your CV, or equivalent details of your experience.

If you would like to discuss the role with our Chief Executive Officer, Mark Warr please contact Executive Support Manager, Tanya Greppellini t: 01270 215888 / 01270 692200 e: tanya@thehouseproject.org

We are advertising on TPP and Charity Job

Applications close: Monday 20th Feb 2023

NHP shortlisting: Tuesday 28th Feb 2023

Shortlisted candidate interviews: Monday 6th March 2023*

*if this date is inconvenient please advise at time of application your next earliest availability so every effort to accommodate can be made.

 

 

PARTICIPATION & DEVELOPMENT WORKER 

Location: You will be based at the NHP office in Crewe for a minimum of 2 days per week, but you will be expected to travel to Local House Projects and attend meetings across the country on a regular basis.

Salary: £42,000 per year

Hours: Permanent, Full-time

Job Description:

We are looking for someone who is motivated and experienced in working with young people in care to join this national charity.  You will work with the Care Leavers National Movement as well as the core NHP team to ensure that young people continue to drive our work at both a local and national level.

Application is by CV and covering letter via Charity Job. There is no application form. In your letter, please tell us how you meet the person specification which can be found in the attached application pack.

Participation & Development Worker full job description

Closing date: 19 February 2023

Interviews: 9 & 10 March 2023. Please make sure you are available on these dates.

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Apprenticeships

We currently do not have any vacancies. Please keep checking back.

 


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