This is as rewarding as it gets: all the respect, trust and support you need to make the biggest possible difference to the people in our services.
We’re genuinely valued. I’ve been supported to develop and progress, and there’s always something new – I keep saying “I didn’t see that coming!” I love the cause, I love the people, I love the job.
At The Disabilities Trust we believe that highly trained and motivated staff are vital to help us continue to deliver life-changing support for people with disabilities. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes:
I support people with autism, and it’s so rewarding to see them around the community. We learn from each other. Sometimes the smallest things make us very happy.
Dr Ivan Pitman describes what it's like to work for the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT).
Helen Giblin and Mel Norris explain the reasons why they love working for the Trust.
Dr Ivan Pitman describes life as a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist at BIRT