Join the Team

Future Projects was created in 2000 by two dedicated volunteers who were concerned about anti social behaviour in their local community. Today Future Projects provides a range of services to the local and wider community as a result of the dedication, skills and support of staff and volunteer teams.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic, dynamic individuals to fill the following posts:

SENCO & Class Teacher

Salary: £31,039 – 36,978 Depending on experience

Hours: Full Time

Status: Permanent

Closing date for applications: Friday 24th May 2019

Interviews: Tuesday 28th May 2019

Full post description

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Future Education is a specialist independent school which engages children with complex needs in learning, inspiring them to achieve and nurturing them to become successful adults.

Based in Norwich, the school works with around 30 pupils aged 13-16 with social, emotional and mental health needs who require specialist teaching, facilities, resources and support.

Our staff tell us that the school is a really exciting place to work with a caring and inclusive team.  We pride ourselves on having a genuine passion for education and the young people we serve, and we only seek to employ individuals that share that passion and our wider values.

We are now seeking an experienced SENCO to take responsibility for developing excellent SEND provision at the school. As a small school, this role offers an outstanding opportunity for somebody to make a significant difference to the lives of vulnerable pupils who have been let down by the education system. 

The SENCO will form part of the leadership team and will also teach in their specialist subject area. The role will involve working closely with teachers, pupils, parents and external professionals to ensure that we provide the very best package of education suited to each individual on roll.

If you want to join a close-knit, passionate team of teachers, support staff and leaders – as part of a wider charity with strong social values, please download the job description and application pack or arrange a visit to the school by contacting e: tel; 01603 251 310.

Please note: CV applications will not be accepted.

Employment Development Worker

Salary: £22,145

Hours: 37hrs per week

Status: Fixed term contract

Closing date for applications: Sunday 2nd June 2019

Interviews: Thursday 6th June 2019

Full post description

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            Norfolk Community College

Future Projects and our partners from the community and voluntary sector are looking for people who are highly motivated, compassionate and person-centred to join the Norfolk Community College Project.  The Norfolk Community College project is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.

This high profile project will work with local communities so that adults who are furthest away from the labour market can overcome barriers preventing their involvement in further education, training and employment in East Norfolk. This programme aims to make positive contribution to New Anglia LEP’s objective to promote social inclusion and combat poverty. To support delivery of the project we are now recruiting for the following position:

Future Projects operate an equal opportunities policy and applications from all parts of the community are welcomed.

Employment Development Worker

 Fixed Term Contract until December 2019 with extension until 2022 (subject to funding)

Future Projects

37hrs per week. Salary: £22,145

The Employment Development Worker will work with a range of vulnerable people who face more complicated life challenges, undertaking effective support planning and providing advice, advocacy and practical help.  They will guide people to overcome barriers to training, building their confidence to join community groups and network.

For application forms please see our website

For further details or an informal discussion please contact Laura Bloomfield – Head of Operations on 07962337707.

Please return all completed application forms to

As part of the application you will be prompted to provide a supporting statement, which is your opportunity to evidence how your skills, knowledge and experience match what we are looking for based on the PERSON SPECIFICATION area of the attached Job Outline. If you do not supply a supporting statement, your application may be rejected.

Please note: CV applications will not be accepted.