Careers

Working for us

In working for Threshold you will be joining a diverse community of people who share a deep passion for the wellbeing of our customers.  As part of the New Charter Group, we are recognised by the Sunday Times as being one of the best non-profit companies to work for in the country.  We are the proud holders of a ‘gold’ rating from Investors in People.  Benefits include:
  • A personal pension plan
  • Health care and well being packages
  • Generous holidays subject to length of service
  • An expanding range of discounts with local retailers and leisure outlet

 

TH101 Senior Engagement Worker (Women Offenders Project), Salary £24,990 – fixed term contract until 31st March 2020

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TH104 Senior Engagement Worker (Domestic Violence)  part time,   Salary £24,990 pa – fixed term contract fixed term until 1st January 2019

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TH106 BME Engagement Worker (1 post) Salary £20,910 – fixed term contract until 1st January 2019

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Closing date for the above vacancies:  29th Jan 2018 at 9.00am
 

TH86 Business Development Manager

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Closing date for applications is 12 February 2018 at 9.00am.

 

         

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