Welcome to Caudwell Children careers page. We regularly look to recruit dedicated professionals who are as passionate as we are about changing the lives of disabled children in the UK.
2018 is a very exciting year for us. We’re growing as a charity and we’re doing more than ever before to improve the lives of disabled children and their families across the UK. Spring 2018 marks the opening of the Caudwell International Children’s Centre, the UK’s first independent purpose-built facility dedicated to autism and neurodevelopmental disorders.
We have a lot of clinical and fundraising vacancies available in the charity as we approach this very exciting time.
To apply for any of our vacancies:
Download the Caudwell Children Application Form (this is an editable PDF)
Save to your desktop or device
Should you encounter any difficulties completing the application form, or you would prefer a paper version, please contact us on: 01782 433 947.
If you’d like a confidential chat prior to applying for any of our fundraising roles please contact us on 01782 433 947. If you’re used to the commercial sector, you’ll fit right in. Our non-healthcare colleagues have backgrounds in all kinds of business and industries – it’s what makes us so commercially astute and successful.
Or call 01782 433 947 if you’re keen to discuss any of the current clinical vacancies.
Caudwell Children is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
The role of the National Volunteer Manager is a key role in the organisation and is aimed at developing and implementing a sustainable volunteer strategy and function for the new Autism Service and all other volunteer requirements across the charity.
The Applications Department is responsible for the processing of all applications from our service users which arrive daily into the charity and frequently the first point of contact with potential beneficiaries. The Applications Department volunteers perform a critical administrative function within the team, inputting data onto our bespoke IT system, answering telephone calls and dealing with general enquiries.
The Charity is looking to recruit a dedicated Short Breaks Activities manager to manage an existing team of Short Breaks Activities Co-ordinators. The successful candidate will also be responsible for the planning and co-ordinating of each programme and ensuring that they are delivered successfully in terms of outcomes and budget. The aim is to help disabled children and young people identify their goals and build their skills and experience to allow them to reach their full potential, helping them to build friendships and form lasting social networks.
Would you like to support a new innovative clinical team working in the field of autism and neurodevelopmental disorders? From mid-2018 Caudwell Children will be offering a new clinical service to children and families, including diagnostic assessment.
Would you like to join a new, innovative, multi-disciplinary clinical team working with children and young people with autism and other developmental disorders in purpose built, state of the art facilities?