Please explore our current opportunities for paid employment, volunteering and student placements.

The Matthew Project welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and we welcome applicants who have had previous drug histories or are ex-offenders for example; see our Recruitment of Ex-Offender Policy for more details. We also adhere to the Home Office Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Code of Conduct. Please contact us if you require a paper copy of either of these documents.

Unfortunately there are some restrictions to who we can accept as suitable employees and volunteers. Due to the nature of our work we cannot accept applicants who:

  • are under 18 years of age
  • have experienced problematic and/or illicit drug use or problematic alcohol use within the last 2 years - problematic drug use is deemed to include the use of methadone script and misuse of prescribed medicines
  • present a conflict of interests i.e. currently working in a bar or nightclub
  • have recent criminal offences within the last 2 years, or have a history of violent offences within the last 5 years.
Eligibility Checks

Under Section 8 of the Asylum and ImmigrationAct, we are required to check that all employees are eligible to work within the UK.

The documents that you are required to supply are listed here.

Please contact us on 01603 626123 if you would like to discuss your suitability prior to making an application.

Find out more about On Track jobs

The Matthew Project is well known for its excellent work with people in need in Norfolk and Suffolk. We provide support to those who are affected by their own, or another's, use of drugs or alcohol.

The Matthew Project is a caring charity with a Christian ethos and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Registered charity no. 1122801