Make a difference
We are committed to providing a brighter future for young people who have faced difficult life challenges. When you join Break you become part of a big family where passionate individuals work together, transforming young lives across East Anglia.
Nobody chooses the family or circumstances they are born into. We firmly believe that with the right care, there is no limit to what can be achieved.
Working through a trauma informed lens, our wide range of services, including fostering, residential homes, care leaver support, mentoring programs, we strive to provide a nurturing environment where young individuals can thrive – and our lifelong offer means we’re always there whenever they need us.
Whether you’ve already qualified or are just taking your first steps into the industry, we have roles that will suit any level. Working in children’s social care can be a lifelong career and we will support you every step of the way. We believe that well informed and trained staff can enhance the quality of care, and you will have access to high quality training designed to meet the development needs of those working in the care sector.
Work for us in Suffolk
We have a number of exciting opportunities to join our team in our newly established children's homes opening in Suffolk.
With a focus on providing complete wraparound care, the three new homes will be dedicated to nurturing and supporting a single young person who has faced extremely difficult life challenges, helping them rebuild their trust and achieve their full potential.
You play an essential role in the vital work we do, and we offer the following rewards to recognise this:
Free counselling service
Generous holiday allowance
Enhanced sick pay
Free flu jabs
“These young people have given me so much and have taught me so much about life. They’ve brought out the best in me, both as a support worker and as a person.”
It would be impossible to meet our values without our staff.
- We inspire and create hope
- We are optimistic
- We make a difference
- We do the right thing
- We are inclusive
- We listen to and respect all individuals
Gemma's Story: Senior Transition Worker
Gemma has worked at Break for two years. She tells us about some of the challenges the young people face and what she loves about her role.
If you would like to speak to us regarding a current vacancy at Break, contact a member of the recruitment team.
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