The Trust seeks experienced practitioners in a range of fields to support our clients who often have complex and unique needs.
Thinking of a career change? We also offer a number of roles for inexperienced candidates who share our values.
Our safer recruitment policy follows Warner guidance for our residential care services and we adopt a consistent and thorough process in order to ensure that people who are unsuitable to work with our clients are prevented from doing so.
Meet some of our key staff here.
We offer a wide range of career development opportunities in our services for
children and adults with complex needs in safe, nurturing and supportive homes,
community services and in our highly successful fostering agency.
Our clients help shape their services so that we can provide them with tailored packages of support. Why not help us meet their goals?
Type of roles:
• Foster carers
• Community and residential care support workers
• Social workers (field/residential and day support)
• Residential care managers
• Independent Supporters
Our learners in Greater Manchester services at Ashcroft School, Inscape House School and Bridge College range from ages 5 to 25. The young people and adults
we support often have behavioural problems, learning difficulties, autism and/or complex health needs.
We look for people with the experience, compassion and initiative to drive the development of each and every Together Trust pupil and student – this sometimes includes therapeutic and clinical support.
Could you support a young person to break down their barriers to learning and encourage them to improve their personal development and well-being?
Our range of roles:
• Educational assistants
• Educational psychologists
• Nursing staff
• Occupational therapists
• Speech & Language therapists