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Why work for us?

Why work for us?

Employee benefits

At Insight Healthcare, and Concern Group more broadly, we work towards the common goal of improving the mental health and wellbeing of the people we serve; this includes our staff.

We have a range of benefits available to staff, including:

  • 100% attendance award (additional annual leave and/or financial reward)
  • flexible working
  • childcare vouchers
  • car lease scheme
  • staff wellbeing services

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For further information on working for Insight Healthcare, or for details on any HR policies referenced in the employee handbook, please speak to our HR department on 0191 217 0377 or hr@concerngroup.org.

View our current vacancies here.

Our values

Insight Healthcare is committed to improving the mental health and wellbeing of the people we serve. We work to a strong set of organisational values, and we uphold these in all the work we do. We value:

  • compassion and hopefulness
  • being open and friendly
  • inclusivity and fairness
  • experience and expertise
  • hard work, creativity and innovation
  • going the extra mile with people to achieve the right outcomes

Our staff

Alec Renmant
Service Lead

I joined the organisation almost two years ago and was responsible for developing a newly-established service within the Kent region. This has brought with it many challenges, both from a resourcing and operational perspective, allowing me to use my existing skills and experience acquired from my previous role. It has also allowed me to further develop my competence in marketing and business strategy.

What I have found refreshing about working for the organisation is the ability to influence change and see the positive outcomes without being bogged down with red tape, which I have experienced on other organisations. It is also an organisation that truly believes and operates within its stated values. What makes my job even more rewarding is the great team I have around me who all possess amazing skills which have helped to shape the service.

Julie Merryweather
Administration Coordinator

I have been with the organisation for eight years, starting as an administrative assistant and working my way up. I have been supported in attending the relevant training courses, which enables me to further enhance my skill set. My confidence has grown immensely since starting with Concern Group; I believe this is due to the exposure that I have been given to others departments, and the varied work I have been allowed to get involved with. I feel that I have remained committed, not only because I gain great satisfaction from working for an organisation that provides such a valued service, but because of the friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

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