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We are always on the lookout for talented individuals to be part of our organisation.
Burton Street is a unique workplace, it could be your perfect fit!

The Burton Street Foundation embraces diversity and equal opportunities. We are committed to building a staff team that represents our community; that will bring a wide range of experience, perspectives and skills to the workplace. We feel that the more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
We think the best employers get the best staff.

We work hard to ensure everyone at Burton Street is motivated and able to provide the highest quality services. Every member of our team receives regular, high quality training, and we have a culture of constant progression and professional development.

All Burton Street staff receive the following benefits:
  • Competitive wages
  • Flexible working
  • Extensive training courses in specialist areas
  • Discounted rates for our on-site facilities
  • Team building activities and staff socials
  • Incremental increases in holiday entitlement
  • Lots of nice, friendly people to work with
  • A lovely, creative working environment

The Burton Street Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, supporting the community.

If there is nothing listed here, or if there is nothing suitable for you at the moment, we are always happy to receive CVs and covering letters to keep on file. If you’d like to do this please email them to HR Manager, Katherine Torr.

We are currently recruiting a part time Team Leader for the CAYPS department which consists of the Saturday club which runs during term time;  Holiday club which runs during the half terms, Easter and the summer holidays along with Befriending. The role is for 15 hours per week, with the flexibility to work more hours in the school holidays.

 

Closing date: 30-07-2021

 

Please take a look at the job description here.

 

The person specification is here.

 

Additionally, download our application form here.

We are recruiting for a Team Leader for Focussed Support:

  • 37.5 hours per week

About the department:

 

Focussed support aims to provide meaningful group activities for people with complex communication and support needs. We provide a range of activities for our clients, these include:

 

 Arts and crafts/Music/Sports/Dance/Yoga/Sensory/Water play/Rebound therapy

 

 Our aim is to improve self-confidence and encourage self-expression, and also to build on our relationships and improve how we communicate with one another. Our dedicated and creative staff team design and tailor session activities to encourage these aspects of self-development in our clients and to ensure our sessions are client-centred and inclusive.

 

Closing date: 30-07-2021

 

Please take a look at the job description here.

 

The person specification is here.

 

Additionally, download our application form here.

Why not get ahead of the rest? 
Read our supporting information and view the application
form to see if we would be the right fit for you!