Jobs and Careers

Baston House School is part of
Outcomes First Group

We recognise that everyone who works for us has an important role to play. We are very proud of the services we offer to vulnerable children, young people and adults. We are committed to making a difference to their lives and strive to support them to achieve their potential.

We don’t believe in limitations only achievements however big or small they may be. We have built our strong reputation on delivering quality services and recognise we can only achieve this by recruiting the best and investing in the development of our people. Working for us, is not just a job. We want you to share in our vision and commitment to doing the very best you can, to make the difference and add value to the lives of the children, young people and adults we support.

Join us, if you have passion, enthusiasm, commitment, resilience and the desire to support others achieve their potential, regardless of how challenging that journey may be.

Outcomes First Group

Why choose Outcomes First Group?

– Excellent reputation for delivering quality services
– High level regulatory ratings
– Being part of a valued team where people’s contributions count
– An established company with plans for continued expansion
– Proud to be an Investors in People company

To view any current vacancies at Baston House School, as well as vacancies across Outcomes First Group please visit www.outcomesfirstgroup.co.uk/current-vacancies

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