Work with us

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Do you want to make a difference to someone's life everyday?

  • Are you looking for a career where you can make a difference?
  • Where no two days are the same?
  • A role where you make someone smile everyday?

If you answered yes then you've made the first step in your exciting career with emh care & support!

A career in care really is the most rewarding job. As a care & support worker you'll work directly with people living in their own homes in our beautiful extra care properties.

You'll support people to live their life when and how they want to. You'll enable them to remain independent while assisting with visits into the local community to access every opportunity for physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

If you'd welcome a challenge, are passionate about making a difference and would like to make a difference to someone’s life everyday - we would love to hear from you!

Current vacancies

emh care & support is part of emh group and all our current vacancies can be found on our main website, here. Please scroll down the list to see a whole range of opportunities such as activities organiser, support worker and sheltered housing coordinator.

  • Why work for us?

    Whether you are new to care or have lots of experience, if you want to share your kindness and compassion for others, then you have just what we are looking for!

    At emh we want to help people to live their best lives – supporting them in their homes and taking them on adventures, from shopping trips to football matches, we get involved in a range of activities and most of all, we get to see the smiles that make everything worthwhile.

    We offer competitive terms and conditions which include:                                                                              
    28 days annual leave (pro rata for part time)
    £20 payment for essential e-learning (completed in own time)
    Career development opportunities
    Access to work overtime and additional hours

  • What our colleagues say

    Karen Hart, Support Worker

    "I started working as a Support Worker 30 years ago as well as being a trained chef. Although, I continued to do catering my heart was always working with people with learning disabilities. I love my job, it's so rewarding to make someone smile, make their day and know that they are happy."

    Joanna Foottit, Support Worker

    "I love going to work and supporting service users and making a difference in their lives. Every day is never the same and you are always learning as different challenges arrive.

    "Supporting people is so rewarding. You have lots of fun and learning along the way!"