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Join our outstanding team

If you would like the security of working for a large organisation that still retains a ‘family’ atmosphere, would like to feel valued, respected and supported to provide an excellent service to improve the lives and outcomes for vulnerable children and young people, we would love to hear from you.
To view all our current vacancies please visit our jobs site.

As part of the Acorn Care and Education Group, we are looking for a range of enthusiastic and experienced staff from qualified social workers and business support professionals to independent assessors and panel members across the UK.
As our organisations grow, we need like-minded people to join us. Please visit our jobs site to make the first steps towards joining our outstanding team.

Opportunities available to staff

Opportunities for career progression are available and we encourage each individual, through support and training, to reach their potential. Annual appraisals and regular supervision is provided to all staff where personal development is planned and reviewed.

Company goals and vision

Fostering Solutions is committed to providing holistic services which embrace diversity and promotes equality of opportunity. Our goal is to ensure that these commitments, reinforced by our values, are embedded in our day to day working practices with all children and young people, foster families, colleagues, customers and any other stakeholders. We will provide equality of opportunity and will not tolerate discrimination.

In addition, Fostering Solutions has a dedicated Diversity Group who meet on a regular basis to ensure equality and diversity remain firmly on the agenda.

Positive About Disability

Fostering Solutions make the following commitments to employing disabled people:
• Recruitment – to interview all applicants with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for a vacancy and consider them on their abilities
• Consult disabled employees – make sure there is a system in place to discuss, at any time (but at least once a year), what we and they can do to make sure they can develop and use their abilities
• Keeping people who become disabled – making every effort, when employees become disabled, to make sure they stay in employment
• Developing awareness – taking action to make sure that all employees develop the appropriate level of understanding about the effects of being disabled needed to make our commitments work
• Reviewing progress and keeping people informed – each year, review the 5 commitments and what has been achieved, and planning ways to improve on them and let employees and Job Centre Plus know about our progress and future plans