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We are often looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people to join our teams; from IDVAs, sessional workers, accommodation staff to fundraising, communications, finance and human resource professionals.

Vacancies are added regularly below so check regularly to see if your next job is listed. We will also share our vacancies on our social media pages, so make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Working for Staying Put means you are part of a supportive team, working in an incredibly rewarding environment, with lots of opportunities to develop and grow.

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Latest news and blogs

Accessibility toolbar launched

Accessibility toolbar launched

We now provide an inclusive online experience for visitors to our website to enable them to access online content and services barrier-free. Website visitors are now able to access a wide range of accessibility and language support tools to customise their digital...

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A fundraising event inside a Pineapple…

A fundraising event inside a Pineapple…

Sometimes, a chance meeting can lead to wonderful things. That’s exactly what has happened to Staying Put. Thanks to one phone call to an energy company, and a bit of friendly customer service, Staying Put ended up with a team of supporters in Kentish Town, London -...

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Penny Appeal donates £10,000 for home starter kits

Penny Appeal donates £10,000 for home starter kits

The international charity Penny Appeal has selected Staying Put for a donation of £10,000 from their Phoenix Fund, which was launched to help people escape abusive relationships. Staying Put will be spending the fund on ‘home starter kits’ i.e. essential appliances...

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