Our people are really important to us. Ask our community what makes St George’s unique and the people who work for us come up again and again.
With 61 staff, we’re one of the biggest employers in Wakefield.
Current job vacancies, including details about how to apply, are listed below.
As a Community Navigator, hosted by St George’s, you will apply a team-based approach with the other 6 Community Navigators to provide early intervention activities throughout the year. During term time you will work with schools to deliver group work using resources from the Resilience Framework and during school holidays you will deliver and/or support other organisations to provide community-based opportunities across the age range 0-19.
We are always looking for people to work with us when we get busy or when our permanent staff are on training or holidays. Working as relief Early Years Practitioner you get to choose when and where you work. All our relief team receive training and support and many go on to become permanent members of our team. If this is something that interests please call 01924 369631 and ask to speak to either Tracy or Berni
Volunteering with us can take many forms, and you don’t need loads of spare time to do it.
Helping other people is hugely satisfying. Giving your time benefits others, helps you develop self-confidence and build connections with those around you.
Current volunteering opportunities are listed below, however if you don’t see something that’s right for you but you’re interested in helping out, get in touch.
Have you got the commitment and time to help and support the need of clients that feel lonely/isolated? Have you got a caring, sympathetic, sensitive manner with a non-judgemental approach to others?
Maintain our newly refurbished allotment with general gardening requirements.
Do you hold a relevant UK driving license?
We’re looking for a volunteer to help us by driving community groups to different venues in the local area.
Full Midas training will be given if required.