Whether you’re looking for full-time employment or flexible part-time work that fits in with your life, or you’re a graduate keen to gain management experience, there’s always an opportunity for great people to join our team. Send us your CV and a covering letter telling us why you want to make a difference. Click here for our contact details.
We are a growing organisation and this is an exciting time to join our team. Our staff and volunteer numbers are growing, and we work with and support more people than ever before.
Benefits include: company pension scheme, life assurance, opportunities for training and development, flexible working – and being part of an innovative, award-winning organisation which makes a difference to the lives of individuals and communities.
Make a real difference in your local community by joining our dedicated team of staff working to support older people to live independently in their own homes. Along with everyday domestic tasks such as light housework, shopping, meal preparation and laundry, you could be providing friendly social visits or taking clients on outings and to appointments. No personal care is involved.
Staywell’s Help@Home service is different, as we can offer our clients an additional range of support services, such as free Information, Advice and Advocacy, Handyperson services and social centres, all from a trusted local organisation which has been established for over 70 years.
‘I have been part of the Staywell team for just over two and a half years and I am not exaggerating when I say that this has been the best job I have ever had. We have gone from strength to strength to deliver a service which enables our clients to feel supported through decision making and choices which empowers their lives and gives them a greater sense of wellbeing. I have felt supported by everyone from the very first day I started.’ (Sally, Help@Home Team)
We understand that 9-5 isn’t for everyone, so we can offer flexible hours to fit around you and your life. Key skills for this role are good communication skills and empathy with older people. You’ll also need a full driving licence and use of a car for work.
You’ll be part of a friendly team and will receive full induction training, ongoing support and opportunities for further training and development.
18, 24 or 30 hours per week – salaried roles on an hourly rate of £9.29 to £9.84 per hour.
Includes Outer London Weighting Allowance and paid holidays. Travel time and expenses are paid. Pension scheme.
A Disclosure of Criminal Records (DBS) check will be required for this role.
For a truly rewarding role that makes a world of difference to older people living in and around Kingston, contact Alison Wakefield today on 020 8942 8256 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.