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Reed in Partnership - We provide public services that change people's lives for the better

What's it like to work for Reed in Partnership?

  • It's personal. We're part of one of the UK's largest family owned business - still run by James and Sir Alec, who take a genuine interest in what our staff achieve.
  • We don't have employees. Our employees are "Co-Members", reflecting their critical stakeholder role in our success.
  • We live by our values.These values and your ethics & integrity are critical for delivering cost effective, high quality services to some of the most vulnerable in society.

  • We all work one day per week for charity. The Reed Foundation owns 18% of Reed in Partnership, and supports charitable projects across the globe such as The Big Give, Ethiopiaid & Womankind Worldwide.
  • We're serious about who we hire. Only about 5% of applicants to our roles are hired. As a result, you get to work with the most talented people in our sector.
  • We expect a lot from you. We expect you to deliver high quality services, contribute your ideas, invest in your future and to be honest and ethical at all times.
  • We like to reward success. Our performance-related pay system and discretionary incentive schemes offer rapid pay and career progression for our highest performers.
  • We love to learn. From day 1 we are commited to your development through an extensive induction programme which includes professional training and employability qualifications. Throughout your employment you can expect regular observations, coaching and development discussion and a range of personal and professional development options.
  • We promote from within. Almost all of our Co-Members in operational management and support functions have grown with Reed, gaining experience and qualifications along the way.
  • We like change. Working at Reed in Partnership offers you great variety. As you progress your career with us, there’ll be the opportunity to work in a variety of different positions, programmes, offices and with different customer groups.
  • We're global. As part of a sizeable group of global companies, progression opportunities across the globe are available.
  • We're all very different. We take pride in and value the diversity of our workforce and the wide range of experiences and backgrounds it brings to our services.
  • We are recognised for the quality of what we do. We've been positively rated against the matrix and Merlin frameworks and hold a 'Good' Ofsted rating. We are accredited as an Investor in People and win awards for our sustainability.