There are no specific qualifications or experience required for these roles, beyond a good attitude and a willingness to learn.
Occasionally we have roles available at our Head Office and in our Estates & Maintenance Department. These vacancies are advertised on the relevant specialist job boards.
Once you have found your ideal role you will need to complete an application form, which can be obtained here. This can be completed and sent online or sent back to us via the post.
Sometimes we may accept CVs and a covering letter but only if this is requested in the job advertisement.
Please contact our recruitment team on email@example.com
Our full time contract is 37.5 hours per week and we do sometimes have a requirement for part time workers starting from 22 hours per week. You must be available for varying shifts to be offered one of our contracted positions.
We also recruit flexi-bank/zero hour/casual workers for those with a primary job, working students and parents/carers looking to occupy some of their spare time.
You must have a valid work permit or legal right to work in the UK documents to apply for a role. We will ask to see evidence of this before you are offered employment. This is in line with current Home Office requirements. Further information is available from the UK Border Agency’s website.
We require the names, addresses and emails of two referees, not related to you, who are willing and able to provide up-to-date references on your qualifications, experience and skills. One of these must be your current or most recent employer. If you have not previously been employed please contact our recruitment department for clarification on what could be acceptable referees firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the nature of our business and as responsible employers we have a legal obligation to ensure all our employees are suitable to work in close proximity to the vulnerable adults that we support. For more information on the DBS please click here.
If your application has been shortlisted you will be invited to an interview and normally you would hear from us within two weeks of submitting your application. However, if you have not heard back from us within a month, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Unfortunately we do not give feedback at the shortlisting stage due to the volume of applications we receive. We will give feedback after the interview if you were unsuccessful.