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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:

Position: Finance Manager

Status: Permanent

Hours: circa 25 hours per week (flexible & negotiable)

Salary: £28,000-32,000 per annum PRO-RATA (21,621 actual)

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 2nd June 2017

Interviews: Tuesday 6th June 2017

Full Job Description

Future Projects is looking to appoint an experienced, part-time Finance Manager to join our close-knit team based in Norwich.

As Finance Manager you will work closely with the CEO, Managers and Trustees to oversee the day to day financial management of the charity ensuring it remains stable and viable in the long term.

In return we offer the chance to join an organisation that makes a meaningful difference in the lives of Norfolk’s most vulnerable people, with a team of staff and volunteers that contribute to an interesting and creative working environment.

The role offers a salary of up to £32,000 per annum (pro-rata: £21,621 actual) depending on experience, flexible working, and 25 days annual leave (pro-rata, plus Bank Holidays)

The successful candidate will be a dynamic problem solver and a strategic thinker with experience in charity accounts. Communication will come naturally at all levels and you will be a highly personable team player with a commitment to continuous improvement.

The successful candidate will demonstrate strong organisation skills, attention to detail and a pragmatic approach to problem solving.


Please note: CV applications will not be accepted.

Please forward any queries regarding this post to or call 01603 250 505.

Position: Special School Teachers (Qualified)

Status: Full Time, Permanent

Salary: Main pay range (M1 – M6) depending on experience

Start Date: as soon as possible

Closing Date for Applications: Thursday 18th May at 12pm

Interviews: Monday 22nd May

Full Job Description

Future Education is seeking to appoint two dedicated Teachers that are committed to supporting and educating some of Norfolk’s most vulnerable children. This role is particularly suited to teachers that wish to work with small groups of high-need pupils outside of a mainstream environment, and that wish to contribute more to the whole-school community.

The post holder will be a reflective practitioner with strong pastoral and relationship building skills, and must be able to teach up to GCSE or equivalent standard. In-depth experience and understanding of SEN and/or therapeutic school environments is essential. Experience on school leadership teams would be a distinct advantage.

Future Education is our Independent Special School based in Norwich which works specifically with Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils that present complex needs (including Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs). The school operates in small classes and on a one-to-one basis, providing an imaginative and flexible curriculum to support pupils to engage in their learning and build positive futures for themselves. Our therapeutic approach is based on the ‘Secure Base’ model, providing a positive framework which underpins the delivery of education, helping young people move towards greater security and resilience.


Please note: CV applications will not be accepted.

Please forward any queries regarding this post to or call 01603 251 310.

Future Education is a ‘Good’ school and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff appointments are subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks. We are an equal opportunities employer.

welcome to the Future

The Project works with hard-to-reach groups and empowers individuals to reach their full potential. Situated in the NELM area; an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators.

Future is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area.

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