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Working for Surrey Care Trust

Surrey Care Trust is a great place to work and contribute to our communities. Here are some current opportunities to get involved.

I started off at SCT by volunteering as a Mentor and loved watching my mentee grow in confidence and self-esteem.  I was so inspired by SCT’s ethos of early help intervention to make a positive difference to struggling families, that I then applied to work here!”

Current Vacancies

Below are our current vacancies. We request that all applicants complete our Application Form; we will not accept CVs.

Role: Business Development and Fundraising Officer
Location: Home based
Hours: Fulltime (worked flexibly)
Salary: £15.80 – £17.54 p/hr

Do you have experience of generating income from statutory and charitable funders? Would you like to get involved in a developing organisation that makes the difference to thousands of people across Surrey?

Our mission is to help vulnerable people in Surrey to break their Cycle of Disadvantage. We do this through a unique blend of support and skills training, nurturing both families to flourish and people of all ages to thrive. Responding to changes in funding, we are looking to identify new opportunities to support local people, especially those with multiple complex needs. We are therefore seeking someone who can work with colleagues to translate our outcomes into calls for actions, support the development of our services, and help grow our income from a range of funders. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to work with a dynamic team and help changes the lives of vulnerable people.

For an initial conversation about the role please contact Rachel Perez-Lofty, Fundraising & Marketing Manager on 07526 128044 or  

More information can be found in the job description

Role: Steps2Work Wellbeing Coordinator
Location: Spelthorne and Woking Hubs and community
Hours: Part time 29 hrs per week (must include a Wednesday) with some flexibility/twilight work and evening training. 
Salary: £13.19 p/hr

Supporting people whose poor mental health is impacting upon their ability to find employment through mentoring (matching trained volunteers with beneficiaries) and guiding them to gain confidence and become employment ready. Whilst the project is working with people to help find employment, the key aim is to improve their mental health through a mix of staff and volunteer led support, wellbeing activities and mentoring. Steps2work Wellbeing will have a team of staff working across three hubs in Surrey.

Working to support the Steps2Work Well-being Assistant Co-ordinator and Assistant Managers as part of a friendly and supportive team to manage referrals, recruit, train and support a bank of volunteer mentors who will be matched with people within a specific Hub area; and to directly support clients.  Working collaboratively with all team members and external agencies you will work to build relationships with referring partners, local employers to achieve objectives and meet contract targets.  As Coordinator, you’ll work with both organisations and beneficiaries to help people to gain confidence and employability skills/employment, through 1:1 support, encouragement, goal setting and volunteer mentoring.

Further information from Cathy Leamon,

More information can be found in the job description

Role: Learning Support Assistant
Location: Woking Learning Centre – Goldsworth Park
Hours: Part time 12 to 15 hrs per week Tuesdays and Wednesday 9am – 3pm preferred. Term time only and during school hours. 
Salary: £11.60 p/hr

We are looking for a Learning Support Assistant to join us at our STEPS Woking Learning Centre alternative learning provision. This is a small centre that supports kids with behavioural or social/anxiety needs to gain skills and confidence. You will support the English and Maths trainer in lessons, often working 1:1 with students to help them progress their learning and tasks with instruction given by the Trainer. The centre provides food for the children and you’ll be involved in this and then taking children out to trips and sports centres with other staff. The centre is a place where people can learn and belong and gain a sense of community. Bringing enthusiasm, patience and confidence to the role and providing a good role model, this role can really make an impact on young people’s lives and futures.

Further information from Richard Tweddle,

More information can be found in the job description

Thank you for your interest in working for us. Keep up-to-date with the latest vacancies by checking back here again and by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

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"The best thing about working for Surrey Care Trust is helping people change their lives and developing confidence and self-belief."

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