#KibbleInspires Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Kibble: Specialist services & support for young people facing adversity

#KibbleInspires Steve

Steve shares the fact that young people are at the forefront of Kibble, even for staff in support services.

#KibbleInspires Kirsti

SCM Manager Kirsti was previously a hospital nursing assistant in a psychiatry ward and changed her career path because she wanted to make a difference to young people before they required adult services.

#KibbleInspires Angela

Senior Funding Development Officer, Angela is part of the team who sources funding to support the range of projects going on at Kibble. One week she will be working on an arts project for young people and the next, it will be therapeutic animal interaction.

#KibbleInspires Neil

Neil shares his Kibble career journey, from starting on student placement to becoming a Director within the Executive Team and Head of Community Services. He is proud to be part of an organisation that is at the forefront of developments in supporting children at risk in Scotland.

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#KibbleInspires Harry

Harry changed his career to become a Child and Youth Care Worker through one of our traineeship programmes. He has now been a valuable Kibble staff member for over 10 years.

#KibbleInspires Caoimhe

Caoimhe graduated with a Masters degree in Social Work and pursued a career with Kibble. She realised she wanted to spend quality time supporting young people, rather than making decisions for young people that she wouldn’t get the chance to know properly.

#KibbleInspires Amy

With a knack for numbers, Amy graduated with an accountancy degree before starting her career within Kibble’s Finance Department. Discover her story.

#KibbleInspires Mark

Read why Mark started a career with Kibble and retired from playing professional football.

#KibbleInspires Jamie

Jamie, Senior IT Analyst at Kibble, shares why he applied 3 years ago.

#KibbleInspires Ruby

Ruby is an Operations Manager. For her, working at Kibble is not a job, it’s a vocation and one that she gives her heart and soul to.