Our vision is for children, young people and adults with learning and other difficulties to lead a fulfilling life in the way they want and with the support that they choose. If you would like to be a part of this by providing positive, person-centred and inclusive care, you will be rewarded with competitive pay and a range of benefits.
Why work for West House:
If you think you can make a positive difference to the lives of those in our care, we would love to hear from you. In return, we can offer you training and progression, competitive rates of pay and benefits including access to a Nest pension.
Hear it from one of our support workers! Read Calvin’s story and find out how he progressed from part-time support worker to manager.
Role: Support people who have a learning difficulty and other associated needs by ensuring their independence, choice rights and inclusion through the enhancement of their personal, domestic and social needs.
Salary: £18,122 (£8.91 p/h) to £18,704 (£9.20 p/h)
Hours: Various hours available from 15 – 39hrs per week
Location: Various including Whitehaven and Egremont area.
Join us as an Apprentice and work towards a Level 2 Diploma in Care (Standard) supported by Lakes College West Cumbria.
An apprenticeship at West House will enable you to gain on-the-job training, whilst receiving a wage and qualifications in a rewarding, positive and person-centred environment.
Role: To assist the people we support to lead as active and independent lives as possible by providing person-centred care.
Salary: £4.15 per hour for the first 12 months. National Minimum Wage thereafter.
Hours: 35 hours per week (on the job training)
Becoming a volunteer is a simple easy way for people to make a real difference to someone’s life. Volunteers within West House can do many things including:
The list is endless.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer there is a simple process to go through. You will need to complete an application form, attend an interview and complete a DBS check. This process is necessary for everyone’s protection.
For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01900 67777.Apply now
Please do keep an eye out for all our other vacancies here.
Role: This is a key role in the development and implementation of West House’s fundraising activities in order to secure funding for project work and organisational core costs.
Salary: £27,643 - £31,141
Hours: Full time, permanent
Location: Head Office