Finding work or training
Welcome to our employment and training section. If you take pride in your work and want to make a difference, this could be the start of something special for you.
As the city's largest housing association, we have a huge local commitment and responsibility. As well as providing homes, we also lease 72 shops and provide a community alarm service, known as LifeLine, to older and vulnerable people. We run a community care service, Cross Keys Care, to as well as two extra care schemes, Kingfisher Court and Lapwing Apartments.
This means that we provide jobs and careers in lots of different areas. And we have the experience and passion to help you find the right job or training – either with us or with another organisation.
Working for you
We can help anyone back into work or training, and we have special programmes for young people. Just tell us what you're looking for and we'll give you the support you need to make that first step.
- information and guidance sessions
- work clubs
- skills training
- business start-up advice
- access to the internet at our local offices
- the loan of a laptop or a bike.
We also work with partners who can help you access:
- back to work support - Adult Careers Service Cambridgeshire County Council
- volunteering opportunities - Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service
- skills courses - Peterborough Environment City Trust and Greeniversity
- learn to read support - readeasy.
Contact us today on: 01733 396409 to see how we can help you.
At Cross Keys Homes, we're proud of our staff, our business and the neighbourhoods we serve.
Our award-winning team helps people in all sorts of ways. We manage homes, tackle deprivation and inequalities, boost job prospects, develop new homes and even save people's lives. How many careers give you the chance to do all of that?
We want to make sure our customers receive the best possible service. That's why we recruit talented individuals who enjoy helping people and supporting their colleagues.
To work with us, you'll need the right skills, knowledge and experience for the job as well as a can-do attitude and a genuine desire to help people. If you think you’ve got these attributes, we want to hear from you. In return, we'll give you a good salary, a defined contribution pension scheme, opportunities to develop your skills and plenty of extras such as a free gym and free car parking.
I look forward to meeting you soon.
Claire Higgins, Chief Executive