We support people to do the extraordinary everyday.
Here at Care Network Cambridgeshire, we believe that our team are our biggest asset, and we really care about each and every member of staff.
Words our team use describe the culture at Care Network
Open, Inclusive, Friendly, Supportive,
Compassionate Effective Flexible Professional
As well as knowing that your role makes a difference to people’s lives, we want you to feel valued as an employee and an integral part of the team. We strive to be an employer of choice, and in return for your commitment we offer:
- 4% pension contribution
- An Employee Assistance Programme including access to 24 / 7 support for you and your family and free counselling if needed
- 25 days holiday (excluding Bank Holidays) rising to 28 days by the end of your third year with us
- Comprehensive induction and training matrix and person-centred training opportunities
- Generous sickness pay
- Commitment to staff Wellbeing
- Hybrid working and flexibility within your role
- Opportunities for career progression
Additionally, we have signed the Menopause Workplace Pledge, hold Carer Friendly Employer Tick accreditation and are a Living Wage Employer.
If you would like an informal chat about any of our vacancies, just give us a call on 01954 211919. We look forward to hearing from you.
Do you have skills, insight and connections that could benefit a local charity? Do you want to put people at the heart of everything and make a difference for the people of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough?
About Care Network Cambridgeshire: For over 35 years we have been working alongside local people and communities across Cambridgeshire. We are passionate about making a difference to people and empowering them to live happier, healthier and independent lives.
About you: You will have leadership or management skills and want to contribute to a key local partner in the Health and Social Care sector. You will be curious to find out more about what we do and be able to help us do it better. You will be keen to contribute to focussed working groups tackling particular issues and be an ambassador for the charity in your local networks.
About our trustees: Our trustees serve voluntarily and pro bono; they have particular responsibility for strategy, quality, compliance, governance and oversight of the Leadership Team who manage the day-to-day operations of the charity.
How to apply: If you would like an informal chat please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our simple recruitment form. Candidates will be invited to meet members of the Leadership Team and existing trustees before appointment. Appointment is for 3 years, full board of trustees meetings are quarterly with committee meetings held between these.