Do you want to make a difference? Working at Break will mean you can help transform the lives of children and young adults across East Anglia. You’ll know everything we do is about supporting that goal. You’ll have the opportunity to make a real difference to society and communities across the region, whatever your role.
As well as giving something back you will be fully supported in your role and given everything you need to develop in your career, whatever direction you want that to be.
If you join us you can be confident you will continue to grow professionally and learn new skills. We offer a range of mandatory and optional training courses as well as funded qualifications. Where you’re a member of a professional organisation relevant to your role we’ll fund this too.
Looking after yourself both mentally and physically is important. Sometimes life can be tough and throw unexpected things our way. That’s why Break signed up to the charter ‘positive about mental health’, meaning it’s not a taboo subject, we talk openly about it and we’re here to help.
If you apply you can be confident your application will be treated fairly. As a disability confident employer we want to draw our talent from the widest pool of talent available and secure people whom are skilled, loyal and hard working.
Benefits of working with Break
We offer a fantastic benefit package too, helping us attract, reward and retain the best people. When you work for Break, we look after you:
- Competitive salary, with defined roles and grades.
- Generous holiday allowance: from 31 days (including public/bank holidays).
- Pension for your future where we contribute 5% if you contribute 3%. We even rebate employer national insurance contributions on your salary sacrifice too.
- Flexible working to make sure your role works in tandem with your life.
- Free tea and coffee!
Depending upon the role you apply for there may be some additional benefits, these will be clearly listed in the vacancy description on our careers site.
If you would like to speak to us regarding a current vacancy at Break, use the button below and select the Careers option in the subject box.
Here's what our team have to say
What is a Transition Worker?
Senior Transition Worker Gemma Brunelli has worked at Break for two years. She tells us about some of the challenges the young people face and why she loves working for Break