Change that leads to better lives

Roles available within our Community Led Support team

Are you passionate about strengths based social care, the power of community and people’s right to social inclusion and citizenship?

Do you want to be part of a creative and dynamic team that is helping transform how people get support?

So do we.

In fact, we are so passionate about it that we’ve got two exciting roles up for grabs to support the continued growth of our Community Led Support national programme of change.
If you’re as passionate about this as we are and like collaborating with people you should consider joining our Community Led Support team where you can contribute your skills and experience to make change happen.

The roles on offer

We have two exciting roles available within our Community Led Support team. Both are full-time with a degree of flexibility in working hours around the needs of the programme. Dependent on your past experience and what you bring to NDTi, you may be interested in just one or both roles. To help you make that decision, you can click on the links below to read the role description and find out more about each one.

Site Lead

Delivery Lead

Why NDTi?

NDTi is a great organisation to work for, where we value well-being and a good work-life balance. We offer a welcoming, innovative and supportive environment where you’ll get to work with like-minded people. We will value your contribution and offer you opportunities to learn, grow and develop.
The rewards are good - a competitive salary, generous pension scheme, a flexible 35-hour week, home working, well-being benefits - and we’ll invest in your skills and development. We offer everyone on our team the same great benefits, irrespective of salary, length of tenure, contract type or position. Check out our Guide for Applicants for further details.

We value diversity and are passionate about ensuring our people reflect the communities we work with. We are taking positive action to address a current under-representation within our workforce and are offering disabled applicants and applicants from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds a guaranteed interview if they meet the minimum criteria for each role.


Most importantly we get stuff done


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Contact Details

Recruitment
Email: recruitment@ndti.org.uk

Contact Office

Bath (Registered Office)

National Development Team for Inclusion
4 Queen Street
Bath
BA1 1HE

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