Work with us

Work with us

School-Home Support is proud to employ a skilled and committed workforce. We all share an enthusiasm and commitment to supporting vulnerable children and families, which is what makes our staff our most valuable asset.

School-Home Support employees come from a range of backgrounds, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and a variety of experiences – which is one of the reasons why our work is so effective. Our work may be challenging but it is always rewarding. Practitioners, office staff and supporters all know they are helping to change families lives for the better, enabling every child we work with to reach their full potential.

Current Vacancies

Fundraising Assistant (Trusts and Foundations)

Fundraising Assistant (Head Office)

School-Home Support Practitioner- Liverpool – North Liverpool & Sefton

School-Home Support Practitioner – Bedford Primary School & Springwell Park Community School, Bootle L20

School-Home Support Practitioner – Newhall Park Primary School, Bradford

School-Home Support Practitioner- Ratton School, Eastbourne

School-Home Support Practitioner- Westcourt Primary School, Gravesend

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Benefits of working with School-Home Support

Our employees enjoy a range of benefits, including:

Competitive salaries which are regularly compared against sector benchmarks
Generous annual leave entitlement. School based staff receive all 13 weeks school holidays and centre office staff receive substantial entitlement
An opportunity to join the School-Home Support Group Personal Pension Scheme where your pension contribution will be matched by SHS’s contribution up to 4%
Immediate free Life Assurance of three times your annual salary when you begin work with School-Home Support
Enhanced maternity/adoption pay for staff who have completed over 24 months of service
Generous dependency and compassionate leave
Employee Assistance Programme

Equal Opportunities

School-Home Support 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).