Working with us
You couldn't choose to work with a nicer set of people or to get more opportunities to make a real impact and change people's lives. Circles Network is passionate about inclusion and we want people to work with us who feel the same way and share our values. Whether you are looking to volunteer, find work experience or join our staff team, we really want to hear from you, come and join the Circles Network family.
Circles Network couldn't do what it does without the time, care and support of our volunteers. We have generous people across the country offering their talents and skills to help people to become included in society and to enrich their lives and their outlook on their future. Volunteering for Circles Network can make a real difference to real people's lives and it could give you a life changing experience that you will never forget.
Whatever time you feel you have available to help us we would love to hear from you.
You can help us in small ways with admin support or maintenance or you can get involved hands on in supporting one of our projects to help vulnerable or disadvantaged children, young people or adults. Just contact us at our head office or your local office and let us talk to you about the ways you can get involved. Contact Circles Network
Head Office - Rugby
Children and Young Persons Support Worker/Facilitator
Location - Warwickshire - including Rugby, Leamington Spa and Nuneaton
Hours - Various hours available which will include weekends, evenings and school holidays.
Circles Network is looking for individuals with a naturally positive and nurturing approach to join our team across Warwickshire as part of the 3D community support project. We are looking for facilitators who are passionate about supporting disabled and disadvantaged children and young people, including those with a diagnosis of Autism, Learning Disability or Social, Emotional and Mental Health Challenges.
Facilitators will be providing person centred support to individuals within the community or as part of a small group based at our hub. Individuals with experience of supporting children with disabilities, including those who may present behaviours that challenge is desirable but not essential as full training will be given. It is important that you are able to build positive relationships with children and young people, be an active listener and creative thinker. Due to the nature of the work we do all applicants will need to complete a full DBS check, have a full UK driving license and the ability to work flexible hours which will include weekends, evenings and school holidays.
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Young Person’s Therapeutic Equine Facilitator
Hours: Saturday Afternoons and School Holidays (additional hours possibly available across term time)
Location: Rugby, Warwickshire
Do you have a passion for working with horses in addition to supporting vulnerable young people?
Circles Network is a UK wide charity renowned for building inclusive communities. Our ethos and values are based on inclusion and supporting individuals in an empowering style, who are at risk of social isolation.
Circles Equine is an Equine Facilitated Learning segment of Circles Network, which involves working on the ground with individuals and animals in the outdoors, close to nature.
We are looking for outgoing, compassionate, enthusiastic and naturally nurturing individuals to join our therapeutic equine team. You will be working as part of a team to provide support to a young person to access Equine Facilitated Learning opportunities on an individual basis in addition to accessing small groups. The aim is to support the young person through a fusion of fun and therapeutic activities to achieve their goals and overcome barriers. This young person prefers to be supported by females, it is important you have a bubbly personality and a great sense of humour in addition to having a passion for working in the outdoors, particularly with horses.
An understanding of Autism and Attachment Disorder as well as experience of supporting adolescents in a therapeutic setting, including those who present behaviours that may challenge is desirable.
Due to the location of our hub and the nature of the work we do having a driving licence is also essential and the ability to work flexible hours which will include weekends and school holidays.
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Crawley - West Sussex
Are you dynamic, fun and kind hearted?
Do you like visiting interesting places, helping others, and being part of a community?
Do you have an artistic streak, a musical flare or any other exquisite skills to share?
We are looking for people to join our developing team in the South East, covering the areas of Crawley and Burgess Hill. You will work alongside disabled and / or disadvantaged people in the community or in their own homes, and with a range of activities from crafting to preparing meals. We offer training, a competitive hourly rate and the chance to gain nationally recognised qualifications.
A wide range of hours are available to suit, from 2 hours upward. Evening and weekend work is an option.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries contact us HERE
Circles Network is a UK wide voluntary organisation, renowned for building inclusive communities on the foundations of justice, advocacy, empowerment and friendships.
Circles Community provides tailored services aimed at reducing isolation in all areas of life. Through a variety of projects, individuals are supported to aspire to new heights, and to achieve the goals that they have set.
Support planning is holistic, inclusive and solution focused, with projects based on individual aspirations and interest, providing meaningful engagement and opportunities for personal growth, relationship building and increased well-being.
We have an outstanding reputation in Crawley for providing the highest quality person centred support to children and adults who are isolated or disadvantaged due to disability.
We are looking for a male to join our team who has experience in the care sector but most importantly is compassionate and motivated in supporting people to live their life they choose and to aspire to their goals and dreams. You will supporting two male individuals with learning difficulties for 16 hours a week.
You will be required to work as part of a team and on your own so excellent organisational skills are required and a driver with their use of their own vehicle would be desirable.Click HERE to complete an application formClick HERE to contact us