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Thank you for visiting this page and for your interest in working for Kisharon Langdon.

Please see below for our current vacancies.


We are passionate about fulfilling our mission of supporting each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence, enjoy life and be included in the communities in which they live. If you have the energy and enthusiasm to help grow our success – read on to see the current vacancies. We are always looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our team. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds.

To see what our current staff say about working at Kisharon Langdon – click here.

For general details about working at Kisharon Langdon such as benefits, training, etc. – click on Working for us 

Kisharon Langdon expects all staff to share our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. An Enhanced DBS criminal record check is required for most roles.

Please note:

  • for support roles where duties may involve close physical contact and providing personal hygiene and intimate physical care support, the post may be restricted to either male or female applicants as appropriate in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
  • qualifications – to be recognised by Kisharon Langdon, the qualification awarding body must be recognised by Ofqual

Please send completed application forms to


Informal Educator

Salary:                  £22,000 – £26,000 (dependent on qualifications and experience)

Location:             Edgware and Hendon

Contract Type:    Full time (37.5 hrs/week)

Closing Date:     10 March 2024

Kisharon Langdon UK have an exciting opportunity for an Informal Educator to join their growing team in North London.

Kisharon Langdon are a newly merged charity offering a wider breadth of services of enhanced quality, enabling us to better support people with learning disabilities and autism and their families.  From nursery and school to further education, through to employment opportunities and supported living, Kisharon Langdon will enable people with learning disabilities and autism to thrive and realise their ambitions and aspirations.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

About the Role:

As part of the Brady team at Kisharon Langdon, you will be involved in planning and delivering exceptional after school clubs, holiday schemes and online activities for young Jewish people who face difficulties in learning and socialising.

As an Informal educator you will use learning that occurs away from a structured, formal classroom environment. You will be part of the Kisharon Langdon Brady team that provides a welcoming, inclusive environment that focuses on the aspects of learning that is based on social activities, conversation, and interaction.  Activities range from arts and crafts to sports, music, dance, drama, cooking and basically anything else that is fun and allows our Members to practice their behaviour in a social environment.

Due to the nature of the role you must be able to work evenings, weekends and school holidays.  There is an opportunity for flexibility for hybrid working, and part time working would be considered.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To ensure Kisharon Langdon delivers on its ambition to develop an exceptional Youth Service
  • To develop and deliver an imaginative activity programme
  • To assist the Youth Services Manager in the supervision of staff, volunteers and guests
  • To actively build and maintain relationships with young people, their parents and carers
  • To develop links with community organisations
  • To collect and analyse feedback from our Members and parents
  • To fulfil organisational tasks, e.g. tidying our store room or sourcing refreshments

About You:

Educated to GCSE level including Maths and English, you will have experience of working within social care and/or education settings. NVQ level 2/3 in youth work or equivalent is desirable but not essential, as is experience of working with children and/or young adults who have a learning, social or physical disability. With outstanding skills in developing key stakeholder relationships, you will be creative in planning engaging sessions and confident in running them. An understanding of issues relating to disability and the ability to work as part of a diverse team are required.

What We Offer:

  • 21 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

This role would be ideal for candidates who want to use their existing skills and life experience in rewarding and exciting new ways.

For the full job description and how to apply, click here.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application to the Disclosure and Barring service if you are successful after interview.

Please Note: We reserve the right depending on the number of applications received, to shortlist and interview candidates prior to the closing date.


Nursery Key Worker

Tuffkid Nursery

London, NW11 9HG


5 days a week (term time only)

Mon – Thurs       8.15am – 3.45pm

Fri                       8:15am – 1:30pm

Ofsted rated “Outstanding” 2011, 2016 and 2022

Tuffkid is looking for a vibrant and enthusiastic Nursery Nurse/Key Worker to join our passionate and dedicated team and work with special needs and mainstream children, following EYFS guidelines.

Experience with Special Educational Needs is not required as full training will be provided.

NVQ Level 3 in Childcare, or equivalent, is required.

Tuffkid brings extensive experience in nurturing the early development of children from 2 to 4 years of age. The Nursery Nurse/Key Worker will help to provide innovative and creative opportunities for children to grow and develop in a safe and stimulating environment.

Salary:             Competitive – according to experience and qualifications.

Benefits:          Excellent training days with top professors, Employee Assistance Programme and many more employee benefits – see Working for us for more details.

Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role.

Send completed applications to

Kisharon Langdon expects all staff to share our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children. All appointments are subject to an Enhanced DBS criminal record check. We welcome applicants from all sectors of the community.


Support Workers – Male*

Good Days – Adult Day Opportunities

Location: London, NW2

Salary: £10.99 – £12.27 per hour dependent on qualifications

Contract type: Full time (35 hours per week)

We are looking for enthusiastic people to support people with learning disabilities to live life the way they want, be independent, included in their communities and enjoy life.

Ability to support people with their Jewish observance, and work/volunteer experience with disabilities, are definite advantages, but we’re happy to train you if you can prove commitment to our shared values:

  • showing people dignity and respect at all times
  • striving to always provide excellent care and individualised support
  • working and learning together in innovative and collaborative teams
  • bringing our own interests, creativity and positivity to engage the people we support.

The role is varied and no two days the same. It will include:

  • organising activities that the person wants to engage in, such as Jewish activities, exercise, shopping, cooking, music, gardening and fun
  • enabling meaningful work experience
  • support with personal care needs
  • building opportunities and relationships in the local community

Driving licence is desirable.

For an informal chat about this role contact Adeola Owodunni, Community Support Co-manager on 07944 923 315.

Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role.

Click here for employee benefits.

Completed application forms should be sent to

Kisharon Langdon is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS criminal check will be required for this role.

*Due to the genuine occupational requirements of the role and the needs of the people we support this post will only be available to male applicants in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.


Positive Behaviour Support Lead – Adult Services

Location:         NW London

Full time:         38 hours per week

Contract:         One-year fixed term

Salary:             £38k p.a.

At Kisharon Langdon we are passionate about our mission to realise ambitious and personalised training and support for people with learning disabilities, to enable a good life where people are valued contributors within the community, promoting independence, choice and control.

Working closely with Support Teams, the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Lead will observe and analyse behaviours of concern of individuals and carry out functional behaviour assessments to understand why someone displays a particular behaviour. This will enable Support Workers to offer the appropriate support to the individual and implement interventions to reduce challenging or negative behaviour. The assessments will form the basis of personalised PBS Plans which will be created for each person we support who presents with challenging behaviour.

Duties will include:

  • Creating and reviewing PBS plans
  • Reviewing and analysing incident reports
  • Developing and delivering training to support workers on implementation of the PBS plans.

Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role.

Completed application forms to be sent to

For an informal discussion about the role contact Helen Sowa, Director of Operations on 07534 458 672.

Kisharon Langdon is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS criminal check will be required for this role.


Kisharon Noé School Vacancies

Kisharon Noé School caters for children and young people from 4-19 years of age who have complex needs including moderate/severe and profound learning difficulties, requiring a holistic education and therapeutic approach. Our therapeutic professionals are a crucial part of what we offer. With their expertise, we cannot only meet children and young people’s emotional and underlying needs but together go beyond and help create amazing stories of success.

Do you want to join us and be in an environment where you can creatively, develop and practically apply your professional experience and skills? This is a great opportunity to change young lives and have a positive impact on their future.

For full details of our vacancies, including job description, application form and how to apply, visit