Work for The Change Project

The Change Project values the diversity of its community and aims to have a workforce that reflects this and therefore encourage applications from all sections of the community.

Family and Couples Counsellors required

Location: Chelmsford

Sessional contract at £30,000 per annum pro rata

The Change Project has an exciting opportunity for qualified Family and Couples Counsellors to work within the Chelmsford area of Essex.

The successful candidate will need to have completed a recognised course at Level 5 and have a minimum of 100 hours of supervised counselling hours that can be evidenced.

Certificate and experience of online work would be an advantage.

If you would be interested in applying and have the relevant qualifications, please email our Centre Coordinator at

The Change Project Trustee Vacancy

The core aim of The Change Project is to promote well-being through enabling people to have healthy relationships in families, between individuals, and in the community.

The Role

Safeguarding has been at the core of The Change Project since the beginning of our work with domestic violence. In order to help the trustees meet their responsibilities and keep safeguarding on their agenda the Board is seeking to appoint a trustee to take a lead on safeguarding matters.

As a trustee, the individual will also be expected to contribute to the overall good governance of the charity.

The Board of The Change Project meets four times a year in Chelmsford, Essex. Trustees also attend informal events with operational staff such as team meetings, training events and strategic planning days where possible.

About the Candidate

The right candidate will have a strong background in safeguarding and up to date awareness of the UK regulation and best practices associated with the protection of children and vulnerable adults.

A key part of the role will be to monitor our systems and procedures in a safeguarding context and liaise with key safeguarding staff in the organisation to ensure safe decisions are made regarding safeguarding issues.

Candidates should be committed to our work and values. The ideal candidate will likely display the following attributes:

  • An understanding of investigation and policy tools used in safeguarding
  • Experience in working with and delivering change in organisations
  • An understanding of UK charity regulation and governance
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to influence and inspire
  • Board-level experience would be a plus

The Change Project is committed to diversity. We encourage applications from all sections of our diverse community and welcome applications from candidates from a BME background.

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The Change Project would welcome volunteer applicants that wish to support the service. If you are interested in volunteering at The Change Project, please

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If you have experience writing bids for funding opportunities, and would like to volunteer to assist us with our bid writing then please

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