Join our Team!

Working at Nclude

(Nclude is a Community Interest Company, which is a subsidiary of Talkback-UK Limited)

Would you like to work alongside committed, passionate colleagues who enable people with a learning disability to increase their self-esteem, have more say, and control over their lives? Talkback has been working with people with a learning disability since 1998, aiming to achieve choice, opportunity and respect. Talkback is user led and knows what life is like when you have a learning disability. 

We have an enthusiastic and committed staff team who care passionately about enabling people with a learning disability and / or autism to increase their self-esteem and to have more say and control over their lives. Our staff share our ethos of person centred care so you will be working with like minded people in a supportive environment.

Vacancies arise in our Project teams throughout the year and we welcome applications from anyone who is interested in using their experience to support our members. To succeed you will need to have a ‘can do’ attitude and be able to work as part of the team, as well as work independently.

Staff Benefits

  • Salary – we offer competitive salaries, which compare well to the market rate.
  • Pension – we offer our employees a workplace pension scheme, if they meet the qualifying criteria.
  • Annual Leave – employees are entitled to 31 days leave per year, including Bank Holidays. Part time staff receive a pro rata entitlement.
  • Family Friendly Benefits - Talkback is committed to supporting staff in achieving a sensible work-life balance. Additional to statutory rights in relation to Maternity Leave, Paternity Leave and Parental Leave, a range of Family Friendly benefits are available which include:
  • Flexible Working – opportunities for part-time working, where appropriate.
  • Childcare vouchers – we offer you childcare vouchers to help with your childcare costs.
  • Induction - all new staff receive a thorough induction, giving them full information about their role, the organisation and the Health and Safety requirements of the job.
  • Training – Talkback believes that training and development is important at all levels within the organisation and staff are given the opportunity of training and development to enable them to fulfil their roles at Talkback, to meet the high standards that are expected and their personal development. Training sessions on a variety of subjects are arranged across the organisation, these may be face to face or carried out through e-learning.

For more information about possible career opportunities, please contact the HR team on 01494 434448 or you can email helen.black@talkback-uk.com.

 

Current Vacancies:

Learning Disability Practitioner     

Business Coordinator - IT/Data

Facilities Worker