Homes2inspire are forever growing and have some great opportunities available.

You do not require previous experience for all of our roles, just the right attitude and ability to engage with our children and young people!

We also invite candidates with lived in experiences to apply, and will always guarantee an interview.

Please see the list of current vacancies available.

To apply, just click on the role you are interested in and go to apply now!

If you have any questions about our roles or working for Homes2inspire please contact us via email on and one of our team will be in touch.

Current Vacancies




Children's Home Administrator

Bedford, Bedfordshire

About Homes2Inspire:

Homes2Inspire specialise in working with young people and families. We have comprehensive experience in providing specialist, welfare and educational based support, interventions and guidance to children and young people in various settings.


We currently have 31 children’s homes in, and around the Midlands area which an age group ranging from 10-18 years. We accommodate and care for young people, providing holistic and bespoke care packages to meet individual needs, ensuring the most effective and positive outcomes.

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Waking Night Support Worker

Northampton, Northamptonshire

About Homes2Inspire:

At Homes2Inspire, we are passionate about what we do. As one of the country’s top Children’s Home providers, we strive for excellence in the care we provide, ensuring our children and young people are ready for the next stages of life. Housing over 100 children, we have 30 homes across the country and are a provider of choice for local authorities.


The role of a Waking Nights Youth Support Worker involves providing a safe environment to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the young people. You will also help the young people achieve their potential by building positive relationships, providing emotional support and encouraging the young person to achieve their highest outcomes.

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Our Success Stories

  • "Communication is excellent. We are able to share information effectively to the benefit of the children, and we work together to ensure that they are happy and safe. Children here do extremely well."

    Magnolia Ofsted report: A local police officer said,
  • “I know that the staff are thinking about me when I am out with my friends, and that makes me feel good.”

    Magnolia Ofsted report: One child said,
  • “I arrived there with no family and left with a big family.”

    Eversley Ofsted report: A young person who has successfully transitioned to semi-independent living said,
  • "This place has turned my life around. I feel safe and listened to. Staff are very supportive."

    Harpury Ofsted report: A child said,
  • “A child has developed trusted relationships with all staff. He has a fantastic relationship with his key worker. He has been supported to change what were very challenging behaviours and now he has a belief in himself.”

    Braidley Ofsted report
  • “I like the staff. They always listen to me.”

    Buckby Ofsted report: One young person said,
  • “Children report that they feel safe in this home.”

    Evans Ofsted report:
  • “He moved in a boy, and left a man with his head held high.”

    Hatton Ofsted report:
  • “They work with her exceptionally well and staff treat her like they would their own children. The home is like a little family. They understand her and understand what she needs.”

    Hillside Ofsted report: A social worker said,
  • “Everyone here has really helped me. They are good with all of the children. Staff stick by us.”

    Holly Ofsted report: One child said,
  • “The best thing about this home is the staff. It is a weird sort of family.”

    Salmons Ofsted report: One child said,
  • “They helped me massively to turn my life around.”

    Wallis Ofsted report:
  • “Children are happy and settled and see the home as their home. They feel valued because they are central to decision-making about their lives.”

    Wendover Ofsted report: