We often have interesting opportunities available for people wishing to join our community either as tenants, working residents and for those wishing to work here on a part-time, non-residential basis.
All residential roles require a commitment to community living, co-operation, collaboration and sustainability, as well as to the aims of Braziers Park School of Integrative Social Research.
Current Residential Vacancies
Watch this space for upcoming vacancies
Resident roles are potentially available at any time in the following areas:
- Education Workers
- Kitchen Coordination
- Gardening and Food Growing
- Office Administration
- Campsite Coordination
- Lodgers & Tenants
If you are interested in a role in any of these areas that are presently fully staffed, you complete the application form (when available) and note that you would like us to file your interest in our database, and contact you should an opportunity arise. We will keep this information safe and secure in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, 2018.
Read our Privacy Notice for more information about how we handle your data.
Applying to become a Resident
Please read the job description, person specification and complete the application form, hyperlinked above.
You can also contact Duncan Hamilton, our Volunteer & Resident Coordinator on 01491 680221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The recruitment process consists of several visits and is briefly described below.
The Recruitment Process for Resident Applicants
On receipt of a promising completed application form, references are checked and applicants may then be invited to visit for a few days to get to know us. If favoured on both sides, a longer stay working in the role for 10-14 days will then be arranged. If this visit is successful, the applicant will be invited to join us for a 3-month trial period (which, in exceptional circumstances, may be extended to 6 months) and in which there will be a review after 6 weeks. If the applicant is successful, this will will lead to becoming a member of the resident community.
The above is the established application process, but we recognise that this process may not be viable for some people. If an applicant wishes to suggest an alternative approach, we are happy to consider this.
There are often many good applicants and only one can be selected, but unsuccessful applicants often continue a relationship with Braziers by becoming members of the Society, joining in on volunteer days, weekends and events, and opportunities to reapply may come up in future.