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Learn more about working for Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People
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At Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People we work together to deliver caring and creative solutions for disabled people of all ages, enabling each person to be as independent as possible and achieve their potential. We provide a great range of benefits that recognise commitment and contribution.

In recognition of how hard we work to support our clients, QEF seeks to promote a culture of well-being and be a place where staff are motivated to be proactive in managing their own well-being. We are proud to offer a range of benefits to support staff in this way.

QEF Values: Everyone matters, Everyone makes a difference, Everyone works together

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Current Vacancies

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Four Reasons to Work at
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People

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A Rewarding Job

Readily see that you are making a difference
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Career progression

Including training opportunities and apprenticeships
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Great Benefits

Including holidays, pension, life insurance, healthcare, child care, and shopping discounts
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Close to M25

Close to junction 9 and only 1.8 miles from the Leatherhead main line station, with trains direct to London Victoria and Waterloo

Student / Intern placements with QEF

We value learning and development and recognise the benefit of getting great experience at the start of your career.  We are proud to offer a range of opportunities for students find out more.

Benefits of working at QEF

At QEF we work together to deliver caring and creative solutions for disabled people of all ages, enabling them to live life to the full.
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Working at QEF

Feedback from our staff at QEF



Senior Nurse at Care and Rehabilitation Centre

Watch Muriel talk about what she enjoys about her role as Senior Nurse at QEF’s Care and Rehabilitation Centre and why she would like you to join her.


Occupational Therapist

I’m with the clients every day which allows me to build a rapport with them, and experience all of their problems at the frontline. I get to know them, I assess their equipment needs and make recommendations, and can really help them gain a greater independence and quality of life as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

Dr. Holly Hurn

Clinical Psychologist at CRC

Re-connecting with one’s values can guide someone forwards through a period of uncertainty and draw on the strength they have to get them through this difficult event in their life.
“My biggest achievement at QEF is being able to walk again and do my best with what energies I have in my hand and foot. I’m very thankful to God that he sent me straight here after 10 days in the hospital"
Care and Rehabilitation Centre Client
"Being able to drive has changed my life! Now I can get the kids to school on time, there’s no stress and I don’t have to argue with anyone on the bus"
Mobility Services Client

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