Working at Involve

We have a long history (nearly 50 years) and now provide established services across Kent and Medway, working in partnership with the NHS. You will be joining a diverse, energetic team, rich in expertise and experience but always learning, developing and growing.

The benefits of joining us;

  • As a charity, our values and mission come first; excellence, compassion, inclusion, tackling disadvantage and making a real difference for people.

  • Modernised, high quality working environments and infrastructure; our Headquarters is at the beautiful Turkey Mill business park

  • The stability and security of an organisation with 48 year history and long term NHS and social care contracts 

  • Innovative and developing organisation in a high-growth sector (health and wellbeing); we regularly secure new contracts and diversify our services

  • We offer flexible working including working patterns/ hours/ home working where possible

  • We have a fully modernised digital infrastructure; you’ll have your own laptop/ phone, fully accessible systems for remote working and responsive IT support

  • Opportunities for development, training, progression; as a growing organisation there are regular opportunities for promotion.

  • Clinical supervision from trained, experienced managers for staff working with vulnerable people

  • All staff receive a two week induction and training package with access to high quality specialist training

  • We provide fully Covid secure working with weekly risk assessments

 

 

We are looking for the very best, but values and behaviours are far more important than experience or qualifications;

  • A passion for health and wellbeing, this includes taking proactive care of your own health and wellbeing

  • A commitment to excellence; doing things to the highest standards, showing rigour, diligence and conscientiousness

  • A drive to improve, learn and innovate; always looking for new ways to improve what we do, and how you work, a focus on personal development, being keen to learn from others, from research, data, evidence and other’s expertise

  • Person-centred and collaborative; working alongside our clients and patients, and other colleagues, with humility, kindness and working in a ‘strengths based’ way with positivity and flexibility

  • Appreciation of the importance of technology and data and the key role this plays in enabling our work and evidencing our impact; recognising that capturing accurate timely information is critical to delivering effective services for people.

  • Resilience and personal responsibility; recognising resilience is an attribute which can be developed and is essential in providing support to vulnerable people or people in crisis. Being accountable for your work, acting professionally, autonomously and taking responsibility for your approach (with supervision, support, and as part of a team).

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