As a small team, we are incredibly proud of our achievements over the past 16 years and are excited for what the future holds as we introduce additional positions to fulfil our big ambitions.
Everyone has a unique role within the team, yet we understand that the best results come from sharing ideas, working together and having a flexible approach to hours and responsibilities.
Operating from our Head Office in Hertfordshire, we have dedicated staff working directly with the young people we support on a daily basis, whilst the rest of the team focuses on raising the vital funds and awareness needed to make our work happen.
Your determination to positively impact the lives of others will be seen in your proactive, energetic and compassionate work ethic.
We reward staff for their hard work and want to enhance their skills, learning and development. As a member of our team, you can expect 33 days’ holiday (including bank holidays), a competitive company contribution pension scheme with employers contribution, private healthcare and wellness cover, professional training where necessary and a flexible working environment.
We currently have no vacancies. Please keep checking back, we will update this page regularly.
Win an incredible beauty hamper in our December raffle
On yesterday's episode of The One Show, Angelos' training officially started alongside celebrity mentor, Jermaine Jenas. We can't wait to watch this challenge unfold!
The Challenge Squad! Featuring Angelo - One of the young people we support, has launched on The One Show in aid of BBC Children in Need!
The sky's the limit for supporters of Teens Unite, VolkerFitzpatrick, as 15 members of the team have just touched down from embracing the challenge of a lifetime - a skydive from 13,000ft!
Teens Unite marked World Mental Health Day on 10th October with the launch of a new campaign - 'The impacts of cancer are not always visible'. We're raising awareness of the mental health implications, which last long after treatment ends.
Young people overcoming the challenges of cancer and their families enjoy a day out with the big cats
Fitness instructor takes on virtual Three Peaks Challenge, following brain tumour diagnosis, to support others going through cancer.