Here at Chaseley we are governed by the simple principle that the people who use our services are at the heart of everything we do, ultimately our home is their home.
Our dedicated team make a difference to the lives of our residents and their loved ones every day, and it is the team’s passion that drives our success.
If you are looking for career progression, on the job training and a real sense of job satisfaction then look no further, we are certain that will have the right vacancy for you.
We offer a variety of roles across a diverse range of professions, so if you are interested in joining our team but cannot find a suitable vacancy, please get in touch as we would still love to meet you.
- Competitive rates of pay
- 5.6 weeks annual leave per year to include bank holidays
- Enhancement for additional full shifts
- Westfield Health Care Medical Cover after probationary period
- Westfield Health Care cash-back scheme after probationary period
- In-house Well-Being services
- Free life insurance
- Contributory pension scheme
- Shift flexibility within our rolling rota
- Free on-site parking
- Comprehensive induction and training programme
- Career development pathways, including free clinical and management qualifications
- Free 24/7 Employee counselling
- Subsidised staff meals
All posts are subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks and all staff are required to provide evidence of their right to work in the UK.
We offer excellent opportunities for career progression, alongside the opportunity to enrich the lives of our residents and other service users, whilst working as part of a supportive, compassionate, empowering and friendly team, which is why some people have been with us for many years.
Don’t just take our word for it, Alen tells us “I started my career at Chaseley as a Support Worker, and with great support from Chaseley, I soon became a Moving and Handling Trainer, then Senior Support Worker, followed by Quality Assurance Assistant and now I am a Supervised Practice Nurse. I’ve found myself a place to work and a place where I can reach my goal. At Chaseley I feel comfortable and supported in every way and I would recommend to anyone to join our Chaseley team.”
If you are interested in joining our team and helping to ensure our residents receive the quality of care they deserve, then please contact us, as we have many opportunities available for people at all levels, whether you are new to care or you’re highly experienced.
Our team of incredible volunteers are helping to enrich the lives of our residents.
Kim shares with us that “it’s great being part of the Chaseley family and being able to share my skills and interests with the Chaseley residents“.
Volunteers are so important in helping us to make sure we can support the development, independence and continued well-being of the people who use our services. Volunteers not only make a difference to the lives of our residents and their loved ones, but also to their own lives.
Volunteering can be very rewarding, and it is a great way to meet new people and improve your social life as well as our residents. All our volunteers are fully trained, and the experience gained may lead to new opportunities and even help to develop your career.
Keith shares with us “I volunteer at Chaseley as, being retired, it gives me a purpose. It is good for not only my self esteem and confidence, but also my mental health. I have met some great people, both staff, who give amazing specialist care, and the residents. The activities are varied and fun which I get involved in.”
We welcome volunteers who can offer their time to help us in all sorts of ways:
- In our Outpatient department
- Supporting our Well-Being & Activities Team
- Completing essential admin in the office
- Helping at fundraising events
- Escorting residents on outings
- Helping to maintain the Chaseley grounds
- Befriending our residents
Whatever your skills or availability we are certain we have a role for you and your contribution will make a huge difference to our residents’ lives.
All volunteers must complete a free enhanced DBS (criminal record check) and must also have been vaccinated against Covid-19.
You can download our Volunteering leaflet here