We care for everyone.
We make a difference by caring for our service users. We treat them as individuals, identify and support their personal needs, and give them the tools to progress. And we believe that learning is the best way to help rehabilitate service users.
The same goes for our people. We care for them just as much, we respect their skills and professionalism, and we ensure that everyone has the tools and the support to learn and develop their careers.
Here’s an overview of the main parts of our organisation – and what each does...
I have lots of positive conversations with service users, and this is definitely where I feel like I’m able to be the difference they’re looking for.
Service users look up to me, which I think is a good thing, because a lot of them have not had any direction in life… that’s the difference I want them to feel.
A lot of the time, service users have never had respect before, and I like to think that I’m the difference they need to inspire change in their lives.
It’s always our aim to be the difference in someone’s life. It makes me feel so much better… and then I know I’ve done a great job.
We’re not in it for the money. Being the difference by making small changes in people’s lives is why we’re here.
I know for certain, without a doubt, that I wouldn’t be here today without MTC's constant support and encouragement. They have definitely made a meaningful change to my life.
My strength is that I’ve got a lot of patience, even in difficult situations, and I think that’s where I make a difference to people.
Community Payback Supervisor (Sessional/Ad-hoc)
£11.42 per hour + plus enhancement for Saturday and Sunday working
Thames Valley, Berkshire,Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire
£29,038 - £36, 084 depending on experience
Service Centre Administrator