Work at Corbenic

Current Opportunities


The role of Finance Manager will work alongside our Finance Administrator and augment her work in the finance office. The aim for this new role is to ensure Corbenic stays ahead of the curve, and they will work closely with budget holders and team managers to develop the flow of knowledge and communication.

Please apply for this position through Jenson Fisher, following the link here.


The HR Manager will support, lead and enhance the crucial work done by the Human resources team as their tasks and workload continue to steadily increase. The exciting challenge for this role will be to create and strengthen our HR practices and ensure we remain compliant, whilst also providing professional advice and guidance where needed.

Please apply for this position through Jenson Fisher, following the link here.


A Fundraising Programme Manager will join us on a 2-year fixed term basis. We are undertaking a major capital project; the Community Centre is being designed with construction planned to start in the Summer of 2020. This major task, together with a growth in other activities, significantly increases our workload, and so this post has been created to support the implementation of these developments. By its nature, the role is developmental and much of its focus will be placed on helping to ensure we raise the funds necessary for our exciting project. Establishing relationships with our supporters is an essential part of this role and vital to ensure we are able to communicate the exceptional work we do daily in our community.

Please apply for this position through Jenson Fisher, following the link here.

House Co-ordinator

We are looking for an individual to be responsible for the well-being and development of residents, the day to day running of the household and to take an active interest in issues regarding the whole community.


Please note that this is a 40 hour post, including shift and weekend work. 

Main Duties

  • To be responsible for the safety and welfare of all living and working in the household.


  • To support and supervise the foundation students living and working in the household.


  • To co-ordinate the daily living arrangements in the household and to ensure that all aspects of the care provided in the household comply with the standards agreed by the Community in accordance with best professional residential care practice.


  • To be responsible for the management of the finances of the household and, as appropriate, to assist residents in the handling of their money.


  • To liaise with workshop leaders to ensure that individuals’ needs are met within their work environment.


  • To identify and ensure that the training needs of foundation students are met.


  • To uphold and contribute to the social/therapeutic impulse, as part of the Camphill philosophy. To be present and actively participate in the annual festivals.



  • Experience of care or support is a minimum requirement.

  • Care qualifications at SVQ level 2, SVQ Level 3 or equivalent or alternatively being committed to training for this qualification.

  • Driving licence required


Starting at £23,774


40 hours per week

Closing date for applications - 28th November 2019 at 5 pm

For further details and application form, please email Emma Close - [email protected]

Tel: 01350 723206

1-1 Support Worker


An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Corbenic Camphill Community as a 1-1 Support Worker. The 1-1 Support Worker will provide high quality care and support for an individual to participate in a range of daily workshop activities and will also assist the individual in their house during the lunch period. The role entails adopting a flexible approach and sensitivity to the needs of the individual, encouraging them to engage in activities in a way and at a pace suited to them.


The 1-1 Support Worker role entails working closely with the residential staff team and the workshop leaders to ensure a consistent approach is adopted and that the highest quality of support is provided.



Vision Statement

In Corbenic Camphill Community, mutual respect and concern for the dignity of each person are actively fostered. Individuals are encouraged to contribute as much as possible to the life of the Community. Residents and Day Participants work side by side with voluntary co-workers from around the world and an experienced staff team.


The Successful Candidate

The successful candidate will have:

  • Experience in providing care and support to people with learning disabilities, preferably with qualifications in this area.

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Willingness to work in a range of indoor and outdoor settings as dictated by the schedule of the individual.

  • Willingness to work as part of a wider team providing the highest quality care and support.

  • Willingness to participate in training relevant to the post.

  • Willingness to work under their own initiative, taking ownership and responsibility for their role.

  • A flexible and patient approach.

  • Already be/or become a member of the PVG scheme


Starting at £18,720 per annum (+6% employers pension contribution)


40 hours per week, Mon - Fri, 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

A full job description can be found here

If you would like to apply to this position, download an application form here and email to [email protected]

Closing date for applications - Monday 2nd December 2019



Drumour Lodge

Trochry, Dunkeld


01350 723 206


19 Bridge St



01350 727 330



Scottish Charity No: SC015477

Scottish Ltd Company No: SC066657

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