- Do you share our charity’s values?
- Do you seek job satisfaction?
- Is it time you tried a new career path?
- Would you like a job which gives you an opportunity for progression?
We can provide you with a unique and rewarding opportunity to work in a range of roles, where you can develop your skills or discover new talents – and make a real difference to people’s lives!
Whether you are new to employment, already qualified or are considering a change of direction we have full and part time vacancies across our services, each offering competitive salaries and a range of benefits.
We are a Living Wage employer – the first regional charity in the North East, delivering adult social care as part of our work, to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation.
As one of the largest and longest-established social care charities in the North East we can offer you a wide variety of excellent opportunities, challenges and experiences, alongside supportive leadership and a staff team that will enable you to advance your career and personal progression.
Browse through our website to see what opportunities are available for you to launch your new career with us.
Our employees are our greatest asset and we value their commitment and loyalty with staff rewards including:
- Competitive salary
- Generous holiday entitlement
- Pension scheme
- Death in service life insurance
- Free, confidential staff counselling service
- Introduce a friend and earn a reward
- Brainwaves suggestion scheme
- Training packages
For an informal chat about any of our vacancies, please contact Head of HR – Geraldine Martin on 0191 228 8005.
Our Charity encourages all employees to participate in the COVID-19 vaccination programme. As well as providing a substantial level of protection against COVID-19 the vaccine also helps stop the spread of the disease and therefore will help to protect our vulnerable service users.
For more information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine for Social Care staff visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-vaccination-a-guide-for-social-care-staff