What is Yeldall Manor ?
Yeldall Manor is a residential Christian addiction recovery centre for men. We are based in the Berkshire countryside near Twyford (so your own transport is essential). We provide a therapeutic environment in which men can address deep-seated drug or alcohol addictions and the issues underlying them.
The role will involve one-to-one key-working sessions with men throughout their 24 weeks on Phases 1 and 2 of our programmes. You will support them in all practical aspects of their recovery including objectives and goals, leave and visit planning, discipline issues and health matters. You will need to have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to implement firm but caring boundaries, and good administrative abilities.
This post is for 40 hours a week, and includes regular evening and weekend work. Salary: £21,415 – £23,603 per annum.
Grant Fund Raising & Finance Assistant
This role will include assisting with the compilation and submission of grant applications and fund raising administration, assisting the Finance Team with administrative tasks and accompanying Yeldall Manor residents to appointments relating to their state benefits. You will need good attention to detail, good numerical skills and the ability to present information clearly, accurately and to a high standard.
Working hours: 24 hours per week (times negotiable). Salary: £20,245 – £22,198 pro rata.
Yeldall Manor is a Christian organisation and these roles have an occupational requirement that the successful candidates be committed and practising Christians (in accordance with Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010).
These positions are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check. If you are in recovery, a minimum of two years’ demonstrable clean time is required.
Full details and application forms for both posts can be found at: https://www.charityjob.co.uk/recruiter/yeldall-manor/1271
We sometimes have spaces for Christian men (of any age) on gap year placements. Our main need is for someone to work alongside our residents as they work on the grounds, as well as other practical tasks. All applications are processed via Time for God, though UK applicants may contact us directly.
We also welcome voluntary help, which could include working in the house or grounds (catering, bike maintenance, gardening, decorating, DIY), or in one of our offices (word-processing and data entry etc.). To find out more about our current needs, and how you might be able to help us, please see the list of current opportunities.