Work for Reach Learning Disability

Working for Reach is an opportunity to genuinely make a daily difference to the lives of people in our community. You can find out more about who we are and what we do here, but essentially our team are passionate about their work and improving the lives of people with learning disabilities.

Whether people work in clients’ homes or at any of our five sites in Nottinghamshire, Reach staff say their work is hugely rewarding – both professionally and personally.

Can you help us reach beyond expectation?

We offer competitive packages, a friendly, supportive working environment, and career development opportunities. Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service checks are required for all posts.

Use the buttons below to find out more about working for Reach Learning Disability or Reach Care and to see our current vacancies.

Current Vacancies

Project Co-ordinator – Reach Newark/Flower Pod Newark

Salary: National minimum wage/National living wage (age dependent)
Hours: 28 hours per week
2 posts

We seek a hardworking, dynamic and enthusiastic individual to play an active role in supporting clients at our Reach Newark Day Services.

The successful candidate will have a person-centred approach towards supporting people with learning disabilities. You will need to be committed to delivering a high standard of support, be non-judgmental and be willing to get stuck in and work as part of a successful team. Duties will include providing support to our tutors within sessions, providing one-to-one support for identified clients, including personal care and maintaining accurate records.

Click here for full job description and here for a person specification

Click here for an application form

Deadline for applications is Friday 22nd October 2021 (midday)

For inquiries call Angela Mallory on  01636 671939 or email angela.mallory@reachuk.org

Reach staff recently enjoyed a team building day at Flower Pod Southwell.

Wayne, Reach Newark Deputy Manager, said “It was so nice to spend a day outdoors catching up with colleagues we haven’t seen in person since before lockdown! What a great way to spend a day.”

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If you can’t find anything suitable right now, we are still keen to hear from you if you feel you have skills and time to offer as a Volunteer. Alternatively you can make a general enquiry by completing the form below.

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