Work with us and make a difference
Working with KCA means that every day will be different and you will be part of a team providing support to society’s most vulnerable children and young people. You will have the privilege to be part of their joys, triumphs, failures, frustrations, sadness and laughter. However, most of all you will be there to provide the right support to make a life, a life worth living, with access to everything life has to offer, just like everyone else.
Come and work with us if you share our values and passion for supporting children and young people with learning disabilities, and their families receive services that respond to what they want, and are respectful to them, shaped by them, and meet their needs
We are interested in people who share our values and passion for enabling greater opportunities for children with learning disabilities and their families throughout their lives.
We are looking for sessional workers who can work on our after school club, evening and weekend activities and on our holiday play schemes, in our youth settings and also part of our Outreach service.
We are particularly looking for workers who have local knowledge and availability in Harrow, early mornings (before school), evenings (after school), on Saturday, on Sunday and during school holidays. We are looking for people who can work independently providing 1:1 care and meaningful activities in the home and in accessing local community facilities.
We offer continuing opportunities for learning and development together with regular supervision and support.
If you are interested in working for us then please follow the links below to apply for the roles advertised below:
Volunteering offers enormous personal satisfaction to those with a little spare time and the desire to use their experience to the benefit of others. It can even be a life-changing experience.
Did you know that many of our volunteers end up working for us?
By volunteering you have the chance to do something you may have always wanted to do, to learn new skills, make new friends and have fun. It increases your self-esteem and confidence, and can be a way of gaining work experience.
We welcome people from all backgrounds and age groups who have a range of skills and life experiences to offer.
For further information regarding volunteering please contact: Rachel Flynn, Outreach Team Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8420 2300.