Reach is a registered charity that supports over 240 people with learning disabilities in Nottinghamshire every week.

We run courses, social activities and projects to help people get the life they want in their own community.

We have four bases – Reach Southwell, Reach Newark, Reach Mansfield, and Flower Pod. We also offer short courses in other settings across Nottinghamshire.

Our care support company – Reach Learning Disability Care C.I.C. (Reach Care) provides domiciliary care to adults with learning disabilities on a one-to-one basis.

To find out more about  Reach please do contact us we would love to hear from you!

Can you help us reach beyond expectation?

We offer competitive packages, friendly working environment, and career development opportunities. Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service checks required for all posts.

Current vacancies:

2 x Project Co-ordinators

Newark based

£Negotiable

Part-time. 1 x 9 hours per week and 1 x 29 hours per week  – to include Friday evenings.

Closing date for applications is Friday 19th July 2019

We are seeking hardworking, dynamic and enthusiastic individuals to join our team and play an active role in supporting clients at our Reach Newark day service. Duties include providing support to our tutors within sessions, providing one-to-one support for identified clients including personal care, and maintaining accurate records.

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Please quote job title and send applications to angela.mallory@reachuk.org or for an informal chat contact Chantelle or Angela on 01636 671939.

Volunteer Manager

Southwell based – with travel across Nottinghamshire

£23,400 per annum

Permanent, full-time. To include occasional weekend and evenings.

Closing date for applications is Friday 12th July 2019

TNLCF LogoWe are delighted to have recently secured funding from the National Lottery Community Fund for our five year ‘All Part of Life’ project aiming to enhance volunteering opportunities and transforming people’s volunteer journey with Reach, ensuring volunteering with us is even more attractive, accessible, flexible and enjoyable. We are looking for a brilliant manager and communicator to engage and involve people who want to volunteer for Reach including people with learning disabilities. You will be a talented leader, able to work with colleagues to take volunteering within Reach to the next stage and committed to finding new ways of overcoming problems and barriers to inclusion.

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Please quote job title and send applications to liz.boweshall@reachuk.org

Reach Learning Disability C.I.C. (Reach Care) 

Support Workers 

part-time and full time vacancies available 

£8.21 – £8.61 per hour 


We are always looking to grow our team so there is no deadline for application.
Click here to read more about Reach Care.

Would you like to bring a smile to someone’s face every day?

Are you a caring, enthusiastic, hardworking individual who would like to support an adult with a learning disability to reach beyond expectation? To encourage them to try new experiences in the community, make new friends and amaze themselves and their families in a safe, caring, well-managed and happy environment? Then this role could be for you.

At Reach Learning Disability Care we provide Outstanding one-to-one support for individuals with a learning disability within Newark and the surrounding districts. We offer a round-the-clock service right through to just a few hours a week.

We are looking to recruit a number of support workers to work with adults with learning disabilities who have a diverse range of personal care and support needs.

We recruit on a values-based approach matching our staff with our service users using a wide range of criteria – not only skills and experience, but hobbies and interests too.

Here are just some of the activities you could support our service users with:

  • A trip to the cinema
  • Managing medication
  • Cooking
  • Personal Care
  • Finances
  • Shopping
  • Social events such as meeting friends for lunch
  • Walks in the park
  • Meal planning
  • Housework
  • Learning new skills
  • Building relationships

You will need to be willing to work flexibly to accommodate the service user’s needs as and when required. Shifts may involve early mornings, days, evenings, weekends, Bank Holidays and sometimes sleep shifts.

One of the best things about being a support worker is knowing you can have a positive influence on those you support. To get an idea of how much this means to those we support and their families take a moment to watch this video.

In return you will receive

  • competitive rates of pay, 33 days holiday (including bank holidays)
  • 3 day induction plus shadow shifts
  • Service-related sick pay following completion of 6 months’ probation period
  • Pension contribution into NEST Scheme after 3 months with us
  • Full training plan
  • Regular supervisions
  • Access to on call support out of hours

Job Description and Person Specification

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Can you help us reach beyond expectation?

For more information email dawn.moore@reachuk.org or to have a chat about the roles we have available please call 01636 919946