Futures for Children are committed to valuing diversity and will not tolerate discrimination on grounds of gender, religion, ethnic origin, language, culture, disability or sexuality. This principle runs throughout the work that we do and applies equally to children and young people, staff, foster carers and other workers with whom we have contact. Futures for Children makes a positive commitment to providing care which respects and preserves each child’s ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic background.
Check out the current list of vacancies to see what exciting roles we have on offer. If you can’t see anything suitable below and you feel you could help us to develop our service across England, send in your CV anyway. You never know where it might lead to.
The Futures for Children group of companies is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from candidates from a diverse background.
We have a commitment to safeguarding children and we expect all applicants to share this commitment. As such, we will undertake a series of checks and references, including DBS checks, as part of the recruitment process.
We want for children what we want for ourselves: to achieve our potential no matter where we come from or which challenges we meet along the way."
- Nick Barnsby, Director
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* All our carers are paid above the Fostering Network Payment Guidelines. (Made to each fostering household with a placement).