Join our Team

We are a dedicated and supportive team committed to providing the best possible service to the young people we work with and creating an inclusive, fun work environment with a strong focus on staff wellbeing. Find out about our equity, diversity and inclusion work here.

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Scope to take real ownership in a fast-growing charity

Flexible working arrangements

Strong commitment to professional development with a dedicated training budget

Annual performance and pay progression reviews

Up to 3% pension contribution

38 days paid leave per year: 25 days annual leave, 8 bank holidays, 3 days between Christmas and New Year and 2 personal days for wellbeing

Employees joining between October 22 and March 23 will be eligible for a one-off cost of living support payment

Cycle to Work scheme

Employee Assistance Programme offering free therapy

Work phone and laptop

Home workstation budget

Wellbeing Wednesdays, finishing at 3pm once a month

A supportive and inclusive culture with regular team social events. We were voted one of Escape the City's Top 100 companies to 'escape' to in 2022

“Everyone at the charity is on the same page. Everyone is treated with respect and their voices are listened to. No matter what your role is, your contributions are valued.”
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Current Vacancies

We are currently recruiting a Programme Officer.

Programme Officer

We’re on the hunt for a Programme Officer to join us at this exciting stage in Settle’s development. Over the next few years, we hope to grow the number of young people we are working with and develop new services to support young people with a range of support needs.

Learn more about the role

As our Programme Officer you will be working on the frontline, delivering 1:1 sessions with care-experienced young people across London and the South-East. You'll manage a caseload of young people and be a shining role model to those you're supporting.

You’ll work closely with our partners to ensure the smooth delivery of our contracts and report to the Programme Manager.

Salary: £25,460 - £27,040

Hours: Full-time

Contract: Permanent

Location: Hybrid working between our office in Tobacco Dock, delivering frontline work in communities across London and working from home

To apply, please read the job description carefully and then complete the application form linked below.

Closing date: 11.30pm on Sunday 5th February, with interviews on Friday 17th February