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At Barnardos we seek to ensure that we have the best people working with us to support our work with children and families.
We offer a range of employment opportunities from working directly with children and families in one of our services through to supporting that work in advocacy, fundraising or administration.
Please note that applications will only be accepted for advertised vacancies. Please do not send your CV on spec as it will not be held on file.
At Barnardos we strive to continually improve how we do things. We offer a dynamic and challenging working experience.
We offer regular support and supervision, training and development opportunities, team working and competitive pay and benefits.
As Barnardos staff work with children and vulnerable adults, checks will be made to make sure that anyone who might pose a risk to children or vulnerable adults is not appointed.
Relevant applicants who will be working with children and vulnerable adults as part of their role are required to complete the E-Vetting process as part of the selection process and again in the course of their employment. Candidates are also required to obtain police clearances for any overseas addresses.