Coram is a forward-looking and responsive children’s charity and draws upon a distinguished history and reputation for understanding what works when it comes to creating better chances for children.
With over 300 staff, a distinctive headquarters near King’s Cross and project teams across the UK, Coram strives to be a credible, respectful, professional, dynamic and committed organisation where these values infuse all that we do to help the most vulnerable children, young people and families in our society.
We are always on the lookout for talented and passionate people to join us in making a difference. We recognise that our strength lies in the quality of our employees and rely on your enthusiasm, experience and commitment to maintain and build on our successes
This is your chance to make a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable children, young people and families in our society.
For more information about career opportunities in the different areas of Coram see the listing below.
Coram is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to the safeguarding of children and require all successful applicants to undertake an enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Principal Therapist FeaturedClosing date Wednesday 7th December 2016
The post holder will develop and coordinate a multidisciplinary hub for post-adoption support for families and children living within the East Midlands Region, and based across two sites: two days a week at Coram’s East Midlands office in Shepshed, and one day a week at Faith in Families’ office in Nottingham. Both agencies deliver a range of direct work to adopted children, young people and their families and there will be the opportunity for clinical work to be developed alongside supervision and consultation.
Analyst Management Consultant FeaturedPolicy/Research | Closing date Friday 6th January 2017
We are looking for an accomplished and motivated individual to work within the Consultancy team to help develop our framework for improving ‘permanence’ for children and young people, provide improvement support to local authorities and contribute to the ongoing development of the tools we use in our work.