There are many benefits of working for EACH, including generous annual leave, free parking, subsidised meals and pension package (including NHS pension if already contributing).
There are many different roles at EACH all working together to provide the best possible care for children and young people with life threatening-conditions and their families across East Anglia.
Many of the children and young people I work with are unable to talk, but music gives them a way to communicate and a voice. EACH is a wonderful place to work – the care provided is tremendous. Whilst it’s challenging working with the families it’s also very rewarding to help people who are going through a very difficult time in their lives
Ray Travasso, Music Therapist at The Treehouse. Read more here
EACH is a great place to work and has such a strong reputation. In my role I work across the whole organisation with all teams to promote the charity. I work with families to tell their story, promote EACH events and write about our many dedicated supporters to name a few! It’s amazing to speak to so many inspirational people on a daily basis.
Michael Jarvis, Press and Media Officer
Fundraising is such an exciting job and I never cease to be surprised by the generosity and kindness of people. Fundraising at EACH allows me to use my creativity to engage different people in fundraising and support them on their journey. I get to share with them their wonderful successes from individuals running marathons to whole teams of colleagues jumping out of planes. All of this helps EACH to provide our wonderful services and vital care.Hannah Walker, Fundraiser in Suffolk
A big part of my role is developing a trusting therapeutic relationship with individuals and families. It’s important to show empathy by not only listening but hearing what is being said, so we can start supporting a person to work towards their goals in lifeChristine Baines, Counsellor at Milton hospice