It is through our talented people that business objectives and outcomes are delivered, to succeed, we need the right people with the right skills and values, at the right time.
We are dedicated to attracting and retaining talent.
Rooftop is a modern, dynamic and flexible social business, aiming to deliver high quality, value for money services. We are proud of our people and what we achieve, making a positive impact on every day lives.
We value and invest in our people, celebrate success and reward their services with a wide range of Rewards and Benefits.
We need high performing people at all levels who can champion our culture, live our values and facilitate high performance in others. We strive to maintain a skilled, knowledgeable and motivated workforce who are empowered and engaged through working in a supportive working environment.
Boris Worrall - Group Chief Executive
Work for us
We're really proud to have been recognised as one of the Sunday Times 100 best not-for-profit companies to work for. This is based on reviews we've received from colleagues, past and present.
All of our latest vacancies are listed below. If there isn't anything suitable for you today, make sure you register for our job alerts - that way we can let you know when we post something new!
Want a job which is more flexible?
We are always looking for people to join our casual register.
If you are interested in knowing more about our casual roles, then please contact
We value diversity and welcome applications from all sectors of the community.
These are not employed posts.
We offer work experience for students from local schools and colleges.
If you are interested in a placement with us, please write, telling us details of the dates of your placement, what you are interested in doing and the name of your school or college to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently reviewing our apprenticeship opportunities.
We will update this area on how to apply shortly.
We are a dedicated equal opportunities employer, we treat people fairly, and with dignity, regardless of sex, age, disability, race or belief.
We create a culture that promotes equality and diversity in all aspects of employment, including recruitment and selection, training and development and employment practices.
We do this by:
reviewing our recruitment and selection processes to make sure they are fair and provide equality of employment
providing all our staff with the appropriate training and development they need to enable them to achieve our aims and realise their full potential
collecting and monitoring recruitment, training and employment data to identify any areas of inequality and comparing this data against relevant targets and best practice
reviewing and developing our employment practices and related terms and conditions to make sure they are non-discriminatory and fair to everyone
We want to encourage people from under-represented groups to apply for our jobs so our workforce reflects the profile of the local communities and our residents. We also value the contribution that staff who consider themselves to have a disability make to our workforce.
Rewards and benefits
Work up a sweat
Employee health and wellbeing is a top priority at Rooftop; boosting employee engagement and productivity, regular exercise plays a key role in wellness. Alongside improving physical wellbeing, it can improve concentration levels and the ability to think clearly, leaving people feeling invigorated and working at their best throughout the day.
Dignity at work
At Rooftop, we all have a responsibility to create a working environment free from harassment and bullying including intimidation, victimisation, discrimination, negative or demeaning behaviour. Our employee and employer commitments are:
treat our colleagues with dignity, respect and courtesy
do not harass or bully anyone or help anyone else to do so
set good examples and challenge inappropriate behaviour
be aware of how your own behaviour may affect others, verbal and written
promptly report any type of unacceptable behaviour or ask for advice or support
promote awareness of employee responsibilities in relation to treating colleagues with dignity, respect and courtesy
review relevant policies and procedures regularly to ensure they are effective
ensure that employees are aware of how to report a concern
provide effective advice and support
act in a timely and appropriate manner when concerns are raised