The Westminster Society,
soon to be LDN London
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Our vacancies

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.

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
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Current vacancies

268 – Support & Sessional Workers (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.

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

269 – Team Manager – Adult Services

We are looking for Team Managers with excellent organisational skills and can manage a skilled team to meet complex support needs to a high standard. We currently have a number of vacancies which we are looking to fill.

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  • Location: Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Camden & Islington
  • Salary: £30,000 per annum
  • Position: Permanent, Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

270 – Assistant Team Manager – Adult Services

We are looking for Assistant Team Managers with excellent organisational and communication skills, someone who is able to deliver a high standard of service. We have a number of vacancies that we are looking to fill.

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

272 – Recruitment Open Day – Support Worker

The Westminster Society for People with learning disabilities have vacancies for full time, part time and sessional Support Workers to work with people with learning disabilities in our Adult services based in the London boroughs of Westminster, Camden, Islington and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

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  • Location: London
  • Salary: Support Workers: Starting salary of £18,135 per annum, pro rata for part time or Sessional Workers: £10.42 per hour worked
  • Position: Full-time (37,5 hours), Part time (15, 18.75, 22.50, or 30 hours), or Sessional

273 – Sessional Play Worker

We are interested in people who share our passion for offering opportunities to children and young people with disabilities. Our children and young people have a range of learning and physical disabilities.

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  • Location: Harrow, HA3
  • Salary: £10.34 per hour (including holiday pay)
  • Position: Part-time

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