Join Team Acorns
Find the latest Birmingham & West Midlands based charity jobs with Acorns Children’s Hospice
We employ around 400 people within many different capacities across the organisation. There are three hospices in and around the West Midlands: Acorns in Birmingham, Acorns in the Black Country and Acorns for the Three Counties. There is also a management and administration office in Birmingham and over 50 charity shops across the region.
At Acorns we recognise the importance of supporting and developing our people so that they can reach their full potential. Acorns offer continuous learning and development (L&D) opportunities to both paid staff and volunteers.
The reward that comes from charity jobs
Taking on a charity job or role can be a demanding experience. The nature of the work that we do at Acorns Children’s Hospice involves working with life limited and life threatened babies, children and young people, which requires a great level of commitment from our workers.
However, the nature of the job and the reward that you get from it is second to none. Having a charity job with Acorns Children’s Hospice will allow you to make a real difference, transform people’s lives and make the world a better place. We believe that everyone has the right to a fair life and the support that they need, and the work that charity workers do is some of the most crucial throughout the world.
Acorns Children’s Hospice has worked hard to establish ourselves as one of the leading charities for the cause that we fight for, and as such are always looking to expand our team in multiple areas around the region.
If you’re ready to make a difference and change someone’s life, please read on below for our current charity jobs available.
Opportunities for all
Acorns is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. There is a great range of positions within Acorns that require many diverse skills and abilities. We are committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment our objective is to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and otherwise treated solely on the basis of relevant aptitudes, skills and abilities.
Commitment to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults
As an organisation providing care for children and families, we have a duty to ensure all employees are suited to work involving contact with children and young adults. All job offers are therefore subject to the satisfactory receipt of references, confirmation of medical suitability, confirmation of professional qualifications and police clearance.
If any special arrangements are required for applicants to attend interviews, Acorns will endeavour to meet those requirements.