Could you work for Pace?

Find out about our team, our values and current vacancies.
When you’re in the business of transforming children’s lives, you need an exceptional team.

Our passion is to see children with neurodisabilities reach their full potential – and our staff make it happen, every day.

At Pace, you’ll find people who are innovative and compassionate. People who make a difference to families every day – and see it for themselves. People who don’t just do it for the salary, but who come to work because supporting our children is life-enhancing and enriching.

Our staff are the heartbeat of Pace, and we enable, encourage and support individuals to develop and improve. If Pace sounds like your kind of place, come and join our team.
Learn more about our purpose, vision and values

Our current vacancies

Lead Physiotherapist

  • Contract type Full-time
  • Salary £35,392 – £45,996 Full time term time equivalent
  • Closing date May 24, 2024

Trustee – Paediatric Clinical

  • Salary Voluntary

Paediatric Occupational Therapist

  • Contract type Part time, term time or full year
  • Salary £35,392 – £45,996 Full time term time equivalent
  • Closing date May 31, 2024

Fundraising Manager

  • Contract type Full-time
  • Salary £35,000 – £38,000
  • Closing date May 30, 2024

Trustee – Marketing

  • Salary Voluntary

Caretaker – Two roles, one at each site.

  • Contract type Part- time
  • Salary £FTE £23,566-£25,840 actual £15,500-£17,000 depending on experience
  • Closing date June 30, 2024

Speech and Language Therapist

  • Contract type Full time
  • Salary £35,392 – £45,996 Full time term time equivalent
  • Closing date June 30, 2024

Marketing & Communications Executive

  • Contract type Full-time
  • Salary £25,000
  • Closing date June 14, 2024

Learning Support Assistant

  • Contract type Full-time
  • Salary Salary £ 22,605 FTE Term Time Only
  • Closing date June 16, 2024

Our team is what makes Pace special, so we are committed to caring for each individual member of staff.

We support:

Your wellbeing:

You’ll find mental health first aiders on-site and a regular drop-in to sit and talk. Staff have access to counselling and online support. Our annual wellbeing day promotes activities such as yoga and mindfulness.

Your personal development:

All staff follow a framework which clearly sets out Pace’s expected values and behaviours. In a values-led organisation, your conduct is key – and you’ll have a clear pathway for progression.

Your work-life balance:

At Pace, children are at the heart of everything we do, and we apply the same family-focus to our staff. Flexible working is common, and many staff work term-time only.

Pace operates at our two centres in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, and in three other local special schools. Your place of work – and opportunities for flexible working – will depend on your role.

Pace is a safer recruitment employer. It means our recruitment process is designed to ensure staff and volunteers are suitable to work with children and young people.