Staff Vacancies

Education Manager (Monmouth)

Having proven that our model is scalable through our first expansion onto our second site in Herefordshire, we are expanding to Monmouth in order to provide many more vulnerable children with the unique opportunity to benefit from our programme; we have only just skimmed the surface on the level of need, particularly in more neglected parts of the country, and we are excited at the chance to impact on the lives of ever more children.

We are now seeking a passionate and professional educator with proven leadership experience to manage this new site, support our CEO in project managing its development, build and train our staff team and co- ordinate the transition of our model and our culture onto pastures new.

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Therapy Coordinator (Bath and Monmouth)

At Jamie’s Farm, children come to live, work, play and grow and the therapeutic approach is woven into everything that we do. As children are only here for a working week, we do not engage them in formal therapy, but in reflective conversations, individually and in groups. We call it ‘therapy on the hoof’, which incorporates a more informal, non-intrusive approach, based on the Rogerian principles of unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence.

We are now seeking two individuals (one for each site) who are passionate about Jamie's Farm and working with vulnerable young people to join our therapeutic team and to run both individual and group sessions, so that Jamie's Farm can continue to transform the lives of vulnerable young people across the country.

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Visit Coordinator (Hereford and Monmouth)

With the success of our first two sites in Bath and Hereford we are expanding to Monmouth in order to provide many more vulnerable children with the unique opportunity to benefit from our programme; we have only just skimmed the surface on the level of need, particularly in more neglected parts of the country, and we are excited at the chance to impact on the lives of ever more children.

We are now seeking two individuals (one per site) who are passionate about Jamie's Farm and working with vulnerable young people to support our teams in Hereford and Monmouth so that Jamie's Farm can continue to transform the lives of young people across the country. This can be either a full or part time role based on the team composition and the candidate's individual needs.

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Food Coordinator (Monmouth)

With the success of our first two sites in Bath and Hereford we are expanding to Monmouth in order to provide many more vulnerable children with the unique opportunity to benefit from our programme; we have only just skimmed the surface on the level of need, particularly in more neglected parts of the country, and we are excited at the chance to impact on the lives of ever more children.

We are now seeking a passionate individual with experience both in catering and working with young people, to manage the food strand of the Jamie's Farm offering at our Monmouth site. This can be either a full or part time role based on the team composition and the candidate's individual needs.

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Volunteer Gardener

We are looking for an experienced volunteer grower at our Herefordshire site, one day a week, to help manage our food production at the farm. There is plenty of scope for the right person to have a real input into the way the fruit and vegetable garden is run. This may occasionally involve working with children, but is not necessary.

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We are committed to expanding our unique model onto further sites, and so more opportunities will become available. Please do get in touch if you feel well matched to values and approach, and if would like to be considered for future roles. Contact recruitment@jamiesfarm.org.uk with a Covering Letter and CV.

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Recruitment Open Days

Please fill out your details on the form below to attend one of our recruitment open days on Saturday 11th February 10am-1pm at Bath, Hill House Farm and Friday 17th February 1pm-3pm at Hereford, Lower Wernndu followed by a tour of the Monmouth Farm 4-5pm.