Values and Requirements – working for Langley

Man standing on the edge of a cliff. Caption - Transformation is at the heart of our workLangley’s values and requirements for our employees helps us to work at our best and deliver an excellent service.

  • Values – (for management levels and above, where there is an occupational requirement to be a practising Christian) – to fully integrate and maintain the Christian values of the organisation in all aspects of your work.



  1. Ensuring that your behaviour and attitudes are congruent with the Christian mission
  2. Ensuring the Christian ethos of the Trust is appropriately interpreted, integrated and upheld
  3. Helping create an environment that fosters teamwork, promotes diversity and which supports and respects service users, other employees, partner agencies and suppliers
  4. Leading others in specifically Christian acts of prayer and worship as required
  • Diversity and inclusion – to uphold the Christian ethos of the Trust by encouraging and modelling positive values, supporting and empowering others and respecting diversity
  • Guidance – to demonstrate an understanding of, and compliance with, Trust policies and procedures
  • Safety – to work in a way that promotes your own safety and that of others to fulfil health and safety requirements under current legislation and to report concerns upwards through the line management structure
  • Participation – to contribute to the development of local and Trust policy by participating in meetings, working parties, inspections, conferences, and investigations as required
  • Concerns – to report concerns upwards through the line management structure and, if necessary, to use the Trust’s ‘whistle blowing’ procedures
  • Deputise – to be familiar with the work of your line manager and deputise for him/her, when required, in their absence
  • Professionalism – to act professionally and maintain appropriate boundaries
  • Communication – to report regularly to your line manager and/or colleagues on material matters in relation to the specific tasks of your role
  • Records – to regularly monitor and ensure that you manage and maintain accurate and timely records so that the highest standards of probity and accountability are achieved, all organisational requirements are achieved and targets met
  • Plans – to demonstrate understanding of the current Trust business plan and performance indicators
  • Finances – to assist in the control of both income and expenditure within Trust limits and the project/department budget
  • Shortfalls – to identify and report shortfalls in services to your manager
  • Liaison – to liaise at an appropriate level with a range of agencies.