What benefits we offer
It’s not only job satisfaction you will get from working at With You. We offer lots of other benefits too.
We support people across England and Scotland experiencing issues with drugs, alcohol and mental health.
Our frontline teams work in towns, cities, hospitals, prisons, schools, through outreach in people’s homes, with other local services, and nationally online via webchat and self-help advice.
We understand that everyone is different and that the people we help all have their own goals.
You can find a list of our current vacancies on our jobs page.
Why work for us?
We’re a place where people can thrive, progress and connect with others. By offering flexible working where we can and focussing on development, including protected time every week to learn, we help people be the best they can be in their roles.
The benefits of working here
We have a range of staff benefits, including:
- 28-31 days holiday each year, plus bank holiday allowance
- 24/7 access to an employee assistance programme, free counselling and access to the Headspace app
- Paid time off for care and dependent responsibilities, and bereavement leave
- Paid time off for military duties training
- Salary finance scheme to help improve financial wellbeing
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Enhanced maternity pay - 12 weeks at 90% of salary, followed by statutory pay (following one year service)
- Flexible working patterns to help with work/life balance
- Learning and development opportunities including development time each week
- Life assurance scheme - a one-off lump sum payment (3 times your salary)
- Enhanced employer pension contributions
- 2 days paid volunteering leave each year
We welcome applications from everyone
No matter your background or circumstances, we’d love to hear about your experience and what it could bring to With You.
Many of the people who work with us have lived experience of the issues we support with - drugs, alcohol and mental health.
We are a Disability Confident Committed workplace. This means that we will interview anyone who qualifies under the Disability Confident scheme and meets the minimum criteria for the job role.
We are also signatories of the Armed Forces Covenant, which means we are committed to offering a guaranteed interview for any military veteran who meets the minimum criteria for the job role advertised.
Keeping the people we work with safe
To ensure we can keep the people we work with and our staff safe, we follow a safe recruitment process.
Everyone applying for jobs is subject to this process. This includes disclosing criminal records (where required for the role) and a series of other employment checks, including references for your most recent employer. It is important to note that individuals must not apply for, or engage in, a regulated activity that they are barred from working or volunteering in. Any attempt to do so is a criminal offence.
If you’re applying for a role which involves regulated activity, you will also be subject to Employment Safeguarding Checks. If you’re applying for a job in England, you will need to have an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (including Barred Lists) check. If you are applying for a job in Scotland, you will need to become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme.
Your personal data
During the recruitment process, we collect, use and store personal data about our job applicants to assess your suitability for the role you’re applying for. You can read about what data we collect and how it is used and stored in the Job Applicant Privacy Notice.