Guild Care

We are a Worthing charity providing over 30 community services to support older people and children and adults with learning disabilities.

 

Work for Us?

Guild Care is one of the oldest and largest employers in Worthing. We employ over 650 staff across our three care homes, 30+ community services, charity shops and head office. You can find all of our current vacancies here.

Given the nature of our charity, we employ many people in care roles. These members of staff are vital figures in the lives of our Caer Gwent, Haviland House and Linfied House residents and people who make use of our Home Care services.

We also employ a large number of people across our varied community services. These services include our Friendship Club for over 70s, our Growing Older with Learning Disabilities service, our support services for carers and our Ashdown, Birkdale, and Fitzalan Howard centres for children and adults with learning disabilities.

Key benefits of working at Guild Care:

  • Competitive salaries
  • 20-25 days holiday
  • Pension scheme
  • Sick pay
  • Flexible shift patterns
  • Free DBS check
  • Free uniform
  • Comprehensive learning and development on offer
  • Supportive colleagues
  • Staff recruitment incentive scheme
  • Job satisfaction
  • Local offers for Guild Care staff

 

Volunteering

Volunteers at Guild Care play a unique role in the delivery of the majority of our services. The contribution of volunteers often means that we are able to provide a range of additional services that are greatly welcomed by our service users. The support of volunteers often provides that ?added care? which reinforces Guild Care?s core values

Guild Care has a wide range of volunteer roles and whatever your background or skills, we will be happy to consider ways in which you can volunteer for the organisation. Take a look at our current vacancies to see the types of volunteer roles that we have in the organisation.

If you feel that you have skills and talents that are not covered by these roles, please don?t be put off. Our Volunteer Co-ordinator will be more than happy to talk with you and offer advice on the best placement for you.

In recognising the added value that volunteers bring to services, Guild Care seeks to ensure that as a volunteer you are provided with the support, training your need for your role.

All volunteers have access to our full training programme free of charge and are encouraged to attend minimum basic training including:

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