Covid-19 Statement

Yellow Door is here for you. All our services continue to operate at whatever stage of national or local covid-19 restrictions. However, some services will be delivered remotely and/or may be adapted to meet your needs & preferences while still being covid-secure.

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Work or volunteer at Yellow Door and you will be part of our diverse, committed and passionate team working to support victims and survivors of abuse.

  • Chair of Board of Trustees (Voluntary) –  you will be responsible for the oversight, direction, and strategy of the charity and in supporting the senior management team and ensuring appropriate accountability. You will be legally responsible for making sure that the charity is financially sound, complies with the law and is acting within the best public interest.

Applications close: 3rd November 2021

Interview Date: TBC

To learn more about the role or to apply, please click here or contact recruitment@yellowdoor.org.uk for an application pack

We are a highly respected local charity developing and delivering the best quality services that make a difference to our service-users, their families and communities.

“If I was to describe working at Yellow Door in one word, it would be camaraderie.”
Yellow Door staff

Current Vacancies

We pride ourselves on being an inclusive place to work, where everyone can feel they belong and has something valuable to contribute.  For this reason, we warmly welcome applicants from all parts of our rich and diverse community, particularly those from under-represented groups.

 

We currently have no job opportunities.

“I started my journey with Yellow Door as a Volunteer. I was so inspired by the work they do that when a full time position came up I knew I had to apply. Working at Yellow Door is so rewarding as everyone here is so passionate about what they do and helping people in the local community.”
Julie, Client Service Support Officer
“I work with people who share the same goals and values as I do as well as leaving each day with the feeling that I might’ve made a difference in some small way.”
Chris, member of the ISVA team