Corbenic Camphill Community

Corbenic Camphill Community is set in 50 acres of countryside in beautiful Strathbraan, in Perthshire, Scotland, four miles from the town of Dunkeld, and twenty miles from the city of Perth. It was established in June 1978.
The Community at present consists of some 80 people, including adults with learning disabilities, volunteers and employees. There are five households each of which is home to four - six residents, two house co-ordinators and five co-workers. We offer a variety of Therapeutic Workshops; bakery, craft, pottery, woodwork, biodynamic gardening, candle-making, estate work, an organic farm and a shop/café in Dunkeld.
In the spring of 2014 we will be opening a new house for 10 of our residents including 4 semi-independent flats.
This house will accommodate older residents in addition to space for those wishing to live more independently. This means that we have 10 places for new residents in the existing 5 households.
We are inviting applications for the post of
House Co-ordinators and Support Workers
At this exciting time we are looking for inspired and enthusiastic people, who are competent and willing to take on responsibility. We also expect applicants to participate and be interested in the development of the whole community.
We have a number of positions open to either employed or ‘permanent co-worker status’ applicants. We can provide accommodation, or you may wish to live outside the Community. You must have completed the relevant training, or have experience and are willing to undertake the necessary training.
We expect you to have an interest in anthroposophy and Corbenic is committed to working with the ‘Ways to Quality’ approach.
Closing Date for Applications: 1 December 2013
For more information and application forms, please contact
Catherine Hood or Betty Stolk, on (0044) 01350 723206 or email: /
Our website provides more information and gives a flavour of life at Corbenic.