What young people gain
- 24 hour residential support
- Community engagement
- Motivation and self-belief
- Counselling and peer support
- Tenancy skills
- Literacy and numeracy
- Fun and inspiration
- Hygiene and diet
- Health and safety
- Job seeking skills
- Access to vocational training
- Volunteering and work experience
- Help finding accommodation
Amber works with young people in crisis – homeless and unemployed, often with a history of substance misuse, mental health issues or crime. Offering 24/7 residential support, we aim to inspire, to educate, to motivate and – most importantly – to support our young residents discover their potential and move forward with their lives.
If you are passionate about helping young people to positively turn their lives around and have a can do attitude we’d love to hear from you.
For further information on any of our positions please download the appropriate forms below or contact Donna Leach at [email protected] or telephone 01769 582023.
Job Title: Centre Manager
Location: Farm Place, Ockley, Surrey
Hours: Monday- Friday 9am – 5.30pm
Closing Date: 20th October
A unique and exciting opportunity for an inspirational leader to manage our residential centre in Surrey which houses up to 30 young people with complex needs.
Job Title: Senior Team Leader
Location: Ashley Court, Devon
Hours: Monday- Friday 9am – 5.30pm plus 1 overnight shift a month
Closing Date: 27th October
An important role at Amber the senior team leader reports directly to the centre manager and supports them to manage a residential facility for up to 32 young people with complex needs
Job Title: Support Worker – contracted and bank staff
We offer a variety of shifts and flexible working patterns on a contracted or casual basis including weekends, day shifts and sleep in shifts. £65.58 per shift
Day Shift – 9.00am to 5.30pm
Night Shift – 5pm – 9.00am.
Waking hours 5.00pm – 11.00pm and 7.30am – 9.00am with some flexibility.
Sleeping hours 11.00pm – 7.30am. £63.44 Sleep in allowance.
Closing Date: ongoing
Do you have – a non-judgemental approach to working with young people – a proven and positive outlook towards work as an individual or as part of a team – Experience of working with young people – varied life skills and outside interests – Youth Sector or Supported Housing related experience.
If so, and you would like to join our small and friendly team, we would like to hear from you.
For further information and a full job description please download our application form and applicant pack or contact Donna Leach at [email protected] or telephone 01769 582023
All positions at the Amber Foundation are subject to receiving a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and references.
The safe recruitment of staff in Amber is the first step to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in our care. Amber is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people in its care. As an employer, Amber expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.