Are you who we are looking for?
We are looking for people who care, who have respect, who share our values and want to make a difference.
We want people who are willing, eager and able to learn
We want people who are flexible and wanting to go over and above if it means making a difference
The people we support told us they want all of the above they didn’t ask for qualifications or experience so neither are we. If you are all of the above we WANT YOU and we will provide the training you need.
If you feel you are right for us and you can keep ‘Our Promise’ please see our current vacancies and consider applying to us.
Due to recent development of the organisation doubling the number of people we support over the last two years we have a number of vacancies across Warrington. Please click on the links below to find out more information.
We have the following roles listed in the following order please scroll for list and click on the heading for more information:
- Care/Support Worker Role (£7.80 - £8.15)
- Senior Support/Team Leader Roles (£9.20 - £10.30)
- Nurse Roles (£28,230-£30,420)
- Housekeeping Roles (£7.70)
- Administrator Roles (£7.80-£8.15)
Support Worker Roles:
Senior Support/Team Leader Roles
So why would you want to work for Warrington Community Living?
We are a charitable not for profit organisation
This can make a big difference to your role. We are a values based company who put the people we support first. The organisational purpose is focused on the people we support and making a difference to them.
Warrington Community Living don't need to make a profit, we just need to make a difference!
Colleague quote: “I’ve been in social care for years, but this is the first time I’ve worked for an organisation that truly puts the people we support first”
We are local
Which means you will be working for the largest not for profit care and support provider in Warrington. Whilst being large within Warrington we are not too big and too wide spread. This means we are person centred with colleagues and the people we support. We provide training in Warrington and colleagues are welcome to drop into Central Office to have a chat with the administration team or the senior managers based there.
Colleague quote: “[In my last organisation] I wouldn’t have recognised the Chief Executive if we were in the same room – I’ve just joined WCL and he recognises me and knows my name and where I work!”
Colleague quote: “I really like that there is no artificial distance between managers and non-managers – it all feels like we are part of a big team”
We are developing
We are always developing our services and expanding our diversity so that we can provide support to the people in Warrington who need it. We are developing new services where there are gaps in provision. So you will be part of finding new ways to make a bigger difference to local people such as our new house for people experiencing short term emotional crisis, avoiding the need for them to go into a mental health hospital
Colleague quote: “That’s why I’m never leaving WCL – I know the organisation wants me to do my very best for the people others are not prepared or able to help”
We value the people who work for us
We work hard to appreciate our colleagues work .
We set pay as competitively as we can against what we can afford.
We are passionate about learning and we provide lots of free training and qualifications and even pay people for attending
We are we are Investors in People Silver
We offer tax efficient child care vouchers and cycle to work schemes
WCL colleagues get free access to health and wellbeing advice and discounted membership for LiveWire leisure centres
We have a competitive pension scheme where we match your contributions up to 4%
We really believe in fairness and valuing diversity. So for instance
Young colleague and apprentices get the same pay rate and contracts as their peers
We are a ‘Mindful Employer’ and ‘Disability Confident’ value all of our colleagues including when they have mental health issues or disability related impairments
100% of colleagues responding to a recent survey said they were satisfied in their work