What is Yeldall Manor ?
Yeldall Manor is a residential Christian drug & alcohol rehabilitation centre for men. We are based in 38 acres of Berkshire countryside (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.
When we have staff vacancies, they are often also placed with CharityJob.
We are currently advertising for a full-time Aftercare Key Worker.
All details are available here.
Currently we are looking for committed Christians with a heart for addiction recovery work to join our duty staff team, undertaking evening shifts at Yeldall Manor – Christian drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre for men, near Twyford.
We are seeking additional staff to work alongside our core staff team, working four hour shifts from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm during the week as part of a rota (dependent upon requirements). These shifts will require driving, so you will need to have a current valid driving licence (minibus drivers preferred but not essential).
Salary: £10 per hour. An evening meal with the residents at Yeldall Manor prior to starting your shift is available.
- As Yeldall Manor is a Christian organisation, it is an occupational requirement (in accordance with Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010) that the successful candidates are committed and practising Christians.
- If you are in recovery, a minimum of two years’ demonstrable clean time is required.
- We would expect you to be able to offer at least one evening a fortnight, depending upon our requirements.
For a job description, application pack and further information about this post, please email: email@example.com or call 0118 940 4411.
We have up to four spaces at any one time for Christian men (of any age) on gap year placements. Our main need this year is for someone to work alongside our residents as they work on the grounds, as well as other practical tasks. Please see our advertisement for more details. Overseas applications are processed via Time for God. UK applicants may contact us directly.
We often welcome voluntary help, which could include driving our minibus on trips out, working on the house, vehicles or grounds (those with practical skills or trades experience are therefore particularly welcome), working in the kitchen or the office (word-processing etc.). To find out more about our current needs, and how you might be able to help us, please contact us.