Working for Coram Voice
We are committed to providing high quality, child-centred services. In order to deliver these services we need the right people - workers who are supportive, professional and keen to achieve real improvements for the children and young people we help.
Coram Voice is looking for a wide variety of people to take on our roles, however we would particularly welcome applications from care leavers or individuals with experience of being 'looked after' by the state.
We are also actively encouraging applicants from Asian, African and Caribbean backgrounds to join our staff and freelance pool. We recognise we are a predominantly white workforce and are genuinely committed to encouraging candidates from diverse communities in order to improve the services to the children and young people we help.
If you are interested in applying for any of the vacancies listed on this page, please click on the links below. If you have any further questions about working for Coram Voice, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7520 0413.
To find out about other roles within the wider Coram group, visit the careers section of the main Coram website.
Working towards quality through equality and the development of a diverse workforce
Coram Voice are looking to recruit a Senior Research & Project Associate to join its Bright Spots project to ensure the organisation can evidence ‘excellence’ in terms of policy and practice.
Coram Voice wish to appoint an advocate to provide weekly Visiting Advocacy services at Adel beck Secure children’s home. There are three units at Adel Beck. We already have 2 advocates working in two of the units, so we have a vacancy for a third.
Coram Voice wishes to appoint an advocate to provide weekly Visiting Advocacy services at Gibson House children’s home in Sheffield. This is a home for children with disability and complex needs.
Coram Voice provides regular visiting advocacy services to young people in a range of residential settings. Visiting Advocacy supports and empowers young people to have a say in the decisions made about their lives and their experience of living within a secure environment. Advocates aim to empower and inform young people to enable them to understand their rights, and make informed choices in decisions affecting their lives.
Associate Advocates provide advocacy support to children and young people involved in the social care system through individual community advocacy. We are looking for children’s champions in the West Midlands including Shropshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire, who will join in our national team of self-employed Associate Advocates.