The Westminster Society,
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Working with the Westminster Society means that every day will be different and you will be part of a team providing support to society’s most vulnerable people. You will have the privilege to be part of their joys, triumphs, failures, frustrations, sadness and laughter. However, most of all you will be there to provide the right support to make a life, a life worth living, with access to everything life has to offer, just like everyone else.


COVID-19 Update: In response to the unprecedented events we are currently facing due to the spread of COVID-19 we will be conducting all our interviews and recruitment processes virtually.

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What we expect from you

Come and work with us if you share our values and passion for supporting people with learning disabilities, and their families, to live healthy, safe and happy lives.

We actively promote equal opportunities and hold the Investors in People Gold Award.

We are passionate about what we do and how we do it. We are fair, we expect to be challenged, we always aim to improve and we believe that we can. We do this by being creative, flexible and supportive but also by being energetic and enthusiastic.
We are interested in people who share our values and passion for enabling greater opportunities for people with learning disabilities and their families throughout their lives.

What you can expect from us as a permanent member of staff:

  1. Up to 30 days’ annual leave with the option of trading-in leave for additional pay
  2. Opportunities to earn additional annual leave
  3. Travel loan scheme
  4. Generous contributory pension scheme
  5. Access to an extensive training programme
  6. High quality support and supervision
  7. Opportunities to work overtime

Current vacancies

Assistant Team Manager

Are you looking for a new challenge? Do you have experience in working with people with Learning Disabilities or Mental Health needs? Are you looking for the next step up or to develop your career? Look no further, WSPLD has the role for you!


  • Location: Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Camden and Islington
  • Salary: £24,000 per annum
  • Position: Full-time (37.5 hours) per week

Early Years Practitioner – Pre School Lead Deputy Manager

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Early Years Practitioner – Pre School Lead Deputy Manager to join us at our Rainbow Family Centre (which offers an inclusive nursery service for both mainstream children, and those with special and complex needs) to help us deliver a fun, safe and nurturing environment for children.


  • Location: London, W9 3AB
  • Salary: Up to £27,831 per annum
  • Position: Full-time - Permanent (37.5 hours per week)

Support Worker (Adult Services)

If you are looking for a career in social care and you understand the impact you can have as a support worker in delivering excellent support we would like to hear from you.


  • Location: Westminster, Camden, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • Salary: Please see job advertisement
  • Position: Full time or Sessional

Play Workers (Kids Can Achieve)

As a sessional (flexible) play worker you will help children with learning disabilities to enhance their life opportunities by providing play activities that are child led and include storytelling, dance, drama, music, cooking, arts and crafts, sports, group games.


  • Location: Harrow, HA3 6QJ
  • Salary: £10.92 per hour (including holiday pay)
  • Position: Part-time: After School Clubs (3:15pm to 6:15pm) & Saturday Clubs (10:30 to 3:30pm) - Flexible working hours

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Covid-19 Update

The Westminster Society calling for equal rights for learning disabled people.

COVID -19 has disproportionately affected people with learning disabilities, however the government is failing to ensure appropriate testing.

Take a look at our CEO’s letter to Matt Hancock - Secretary of State and help our campaign by spreading the word and changing government policy

Read the letter to Matt Hancock MP