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Work with Us

Now is a great time to join us at Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust. You’ll get great experience of innovative, responsive mental health support to children and families; training and development opportunities to grow your skills and knowledge and you’ll feel supported and valued as part of a team. You will make a real difference to the lives of local young people who really need your support and care.

We have over 70 employees, plus volunteers and self-employed counsellors from a range of backgrounds and disciplines including education, nursing, youth work and therapy. This creates a talented and supportive team that really works.  We provide high quality support, supervision and training to staff to ensure they can provide quality support to young people and families. We work 8am to 8pm to respond to family’s needs, so we can offer flexible working and part-time hours. Nurses and clinicians from partner organisations are co-located in our team, so we can join up services and learn from each other. 

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Volunteer and self-employed opportunities

Some opportunities are on a self-employed basis - for example our counsellors are contracted to provide a service on agreed days and times and are paid when a session takes place. If now isn't the right time for you, join our mailing list. 

Our volunteers support families and individual young people. They are checked, trained and supervised to keep everyone safe and effective. Other volunteers help us maintain our listed building and grounds.  If you can commit, have time and skills, you can make a real difference by volunteering with us now.

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Your business can make a difference

A number of local companies support our work by fundraising.  Your business can join the Northorpe Hall 1000 Club by committing to raise £1000 in a year. 

However you want to work with us, whenever you're ready, Contact us.

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