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Training and Jobs

All Accent job applications are completed on-line using our on-line recruitment system. Job descriptions, person profiles and any other job relevant information is displayed with them. Before you complete our on-line application form, please read our information carefully. We do not accept CVs or resumes as applications for our vacancies.

N.B We currently have a problem with our security certificate for our jobs site that we are in the process of resolving. However, you can still use our jobs site, and please be assured that it is safe to do so.


At Accent, we promote equal opportunities and diversity. Our policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of their sex, marital status, disability, colour, nationality, race, ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief.

We want Accent staff to reflect the diversity of the communities we work in, and ensure that our recruitment and selection process is fair and complies with the Commission for Racial Equality Code of Practice. We positively welcome and support the diversity of the communities we work with and the people we employ.

Our procedures are regularly reviewed to ensure that applicants are recruited based on their experience and abilities.


We encourage Accent staff to train and develop their skills and knowledge. Our offer of training includes in-house and external courses and, depending on circumstances, the time and support individuals need to gain professional qualifications. We also operate an e-learning system for staff and residents as a cost effective method of training with easy access at a time and place that suits the learner.  

We help our residents improve their skills and their chances of employment with web based and practical training.  These include:

  • Financial initiatives to help our residents manage their money. This helps to assure our rental income through debt management, and access to benefits and financial institutions.
  • The 'Get Britain Working' policy,which contains a number of initiatives including jobs, training, (social) enterprise, volunteering and work experience, and work/enterprise clubs.
  • Health and disability  and supported housing services and initiatives which improve residents’ health and social wellbeing.
  • Quality of life and community activities over and above our core housing management offer (including prevention of anti-social behaviour).

Many of our training courses, including Skills Support for the Unemployed are part financed by the European Union, European Social Fund.