Why work for us?
Cloverleaf Advocacy appreciates the effort and commitment involved in making a job application and want you to have a positive experience of applying for our jobs.
To help you with your preparation, please consider our guidance before submitting your application.
Here at Cloverleaf Advocacy we believe advocacy is all about people controlling their own lives. We help people to make their own decisions and achieve their own goals.
Our work includes supporting individuals and groups, by joining Cloverleaf Advocacy you can help us reach people who need who need support to speak up and have their voice heard.
We welcome employees from all backgrounds and with different types of knowledge, skills and experience.
We work over a large area of the north of England, our projects are responsive to change and always developing.
What We Offer:
- Competitive salary
- Home Workers' Allowance where applicable
- Contributory pension scheme
- A minimum of 28 days annual leave, plus 8 statutory/bank holiday
- Birthday Leave and Wellbeing day
- Excellent career development opportunities
- And much more!
See our Jobs page for details of the opportunities available across the organisation.
We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity, ensuring our people are truly representative of the communities we serve. We welcome all applications irrespective of people’s race, disability, sex, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity.
Cloverleaf Advocacy is a Disability Confident Employer; applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria on the Person Specification will be invited to interview. For a confidential discussion about support during the recruitment process or any reasonable adjustments you may require please contact our People and Wellbeing Team on: 01924 454875 or HR@Cloverleaf-Advocacy.co.uk
When making your application, please complete the equality and diversity monitoring form and use the supporting statement section to demonstrate how you meet the competencies, person specification and the values of Cloverleaf Advocacy
We communicate with applicants primarily via email so please check your email account regularly.
Due to the volume of interest we receive, if you have not heard from us within a month of the closing date you should assume that your application was not successful.
Note that we reserve the right to close any vacancies when we have received sufficient applications to shortlist.
We do not place vacancies with Recruitment Agencies.
Join our talent pool
If you're searching for your next post whether this be in advocacy, central services or other support positions, why not contact us now?
You'll be working at a great organisation as part of a friendly, helpful and supportive team situated in a great central location with fantastic modern facilities offering a range of people support services as well as very competitive salaries. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed, aspiring future employees so send us your CV now by emailing
email@example.com detailing the kind of role you are wanting.
By joining our Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs and will be in touch with you when roles become available.
Please state clearly on the form which vacancy you are applying for.
Our core values are based on principles of trust, transparency and honesty. In order to fulfil these, people need to be confident that Cloverleaf holds the
lawful and correct treatment of personal information as vital to our service. Our Privacy notice you what to expect when Cloverleaf Advocacy collects
personal and/or sensitive information. It applies to information we collect about:
- People who receive support from Cloverleaf Advocacy
- People who refer others into Cloverleaf Advocacy services
- People who attend training provided by Cloverleaf Advocacy or who
- complete qualifications with Cloverleaf Advocacy
- Current and former employees, and people who apply for jobs.
- Current volunteers, and people who apply for volunteer roles.
- Visitors to our website
- People who provide feedback about our services including complaints.
- People who subscribe to our newsletters or information about our services or projects.