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.
2019 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 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.
Caudwell Children is a national charity which works to transform the lives of disabled children and their families, enabling them to challenge the barriers they face throughout childhood by providing practical and emotional support.
The Charity is entering an exciting period of growth with a major capital project following the move into a £18 million purpose-built therapy and research centre and the launch of our Caudwell Children’s Autism Service within the grounds of Keele University.
It provides a state-of-the-art base for the Charity’s services and an environment where ground-breaking research can be undertaken, potentially changing the way some disabilities are understood, affecting millions of people around the world. This is a fantastic and exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and fast moving Charity at a time when it will attract national and international attention.
The Events Team are looking for a highly organised individual with good communication skills who can provide vital support to their daily activity. This role will play an essential part in supporting the Events Team, as well as co-ordinating the Charity’s direct mail programme and being responsible for the promotion of social networking sites.
We are looking for a motivated and passionate Children's Activity Session Worker to join our team at Caudwell Children. The main purpose of this role is to plan and implement fun, inspiring and challenging leisure activities for disabled children and young people that build life skills and promote independence, whilst also providing carers with vital short break respite. Activities are supported by funding and grants from local area commissioners and delivered with the assistance of a network of volunteers. The post holder will be expected to plan 3-hour long sessions, and effectively deliver these. You must link session plans to the children's interests & suggestions, as well as being able to adapt sessions last minute to each individual's needs.
This role is for an experienced events and charity fundraiser who wants to take ownership of their own events and work in a close, busy team. You will be experienced, entrepreneurial, enthusiastic and highly organised to take on the role of Charity Event and Challenges Co-ordinator in our charity events team. The team manages over 30 events each year from our luxury Butterfly Ball in London, international cycles, local abseils, a Ladies Lunch series to Colour Runner and Elf run in Stoke as well as supporting fundraisers in their own challenges, runs or treks. You will need to hit the ground running as a member of the team, taking responsibility for a number of events and challenges as well as fast establishing your own new events to add to our calendar.
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?