Matthew Project Careers

Our values are at the heart of our work, they shape the way we support and care for our people. Our people are committed to making a difference to others' lives through giving hope and providing professional, creative and compassionate support. The Matthew Project's values and ethos originate from a Christian perspective and we seek to employ people who respect and align to our values, whether from a position of faith or of no faith.

The Matthew Project works with individuals of any age and also communities affected by substance misuse. Our job roles work alongside individuals and their families throughout their recovery from substance misuse, providing one-to-one specialist psycho-social interventions, counselling, coaching, education, information and advice to those who access our services.  We carry out our work in a wide variety of settings including GP surgeries, schools, youth venues, mobile units, police stations, our own premises and those of our partners.  Our work centres in Norfolk although it is expanding, and involves working in partnership with various statutory and charitable agencies.  Finance, fundraising, ICT, HR and administrative functions provide the infrastructure that support our services. Read more about our teams.

Working at the Matthew Project you will enjoy opportunities for training and development, a generous employment package and access to supportive wellbeing initiatives. We are a registered City and Guilds training centre and an accredited Investors in People employer with the Investors in People Health and Wellbeing Award, demonstrating our commitment to staff development and wellbeing.

The Matthew Project is an equal opportunities employer and we are committed to treating people fairly and without discrimination, whether job applicants, employees, volunteers or our service users.   We welcome people from all backgrounds, of any faith or none, and celebrate diversity because we recognise that different backgrounds and perspectives create a rich and dynamic work environment in which our people are happy and productive. We believe in providing opportunities to ex-offenders where possible because personal experience of recovery can prove a valuable motivation for working with our service users. Read our full equal opportunities and monitoring statement

Service user involvement is important to us and if you are applying for a client facing role a service user or young people's panel will be part of the recruitment process.

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