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Cloverleaf Advocacy was founded 25 years ago this year, as a small local organisation. We have grown and developed into a regional charity with a strong reputation for delivering innovative and high-quality advocacy and carer support services, alongside a range of other projects designed to help people be included, involved, supported and valued.

 

Our core values are not just words but are fundamental to the way we work with each other, and with the people the organisation supports, whether it be through advocacy, carers support, group work, information and advice or any other activities.

 

We encourage and support colleagues to have a high degree of autonomy and freedom in their roles and teams. We want people to try new things, learn from mistakes, contribute to and help make operational decisions. This is part of what makes Cloverleaf a great place to work.

 

We welcome employees from all backgrounds and with different types of knowledge, skills and experience.

 

What we offer

 

We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity, ensuring our people are truly representative of the communities we serve. We welcome all applications irrespective of people’s race, disability, sex, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity.

 

Cloverleaf Advocacy is a Disability Confident Employer. We will invite applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria on the Person Specification to interview.

 

For a confidential discussion about support during the recruitment process or any reasonable adjustments you may require, please contact our HR Team on 01924 454875 or HR@Cloverleaf-Advocacy.co.uk.

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Please look at our Vacancies page for details of current job opportunities

 

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Have a look at the stories from our volunteers on our Advocacy Stories page