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Sutton, United Kingdom





Start or continue your career in care today with emh!

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.


It is essential that you can work weekends, waking nights and bank holidays.

Whether you have lots of experience or are new to care we want to hear from you because full training and induction is given.


What emh can offer you:

  • £11.44 p/h advanced overtime pay
  • Full and Part Time vacancies available
  • No experience necessary
  • Full induction and training provided, including Days, Sleep in shifts and Nights
  • Funded enhanced DBS check
  • Flexible working and sick pay
  • Career development and further
    training opportunities
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Programme and benefits portal
  • Drivers Needed if possible


For further information, please find attached the Recruitment Flyer, Job Description and Person Specification.


For an informal conversation or you wish to apply, please contact:

Claire Smith - Care Service Manager
T. 07929665606


“We reserve the right depending on application numbers to close or extend the closing dates for positions; we would therefore recommend an early application”

We ask all candidates to evidence their right to work status during the recruitment process. Please click here for a list of Sponsor Licence holders in the UK and information on the types of roles that are eligible for sponsorship.

emh care & support is part of emh which provides affordable homes and related care and support services to communities across the East Midlands.

Enabling better lives is at the heart of everything we do. We help vulnerable people live an enjoyable, independent life by advocating on their behalf or by providing activities, support, care, and housing that matches their needs.

We also provide diverse housing and supported living services to a range of people whose circumstances have made their lives or their housing vulnerable, such as teenage parents, older people, and homeless people.

The people we support can access daytime activities through an exciting programme that takes place at venues across Derbyshire. We also work with the community, such as universities and doctors, to provide better access to information for our client groups.

We employ a wide range of people with a diverse range of skills. What could you bring to our team? Watch our brief video below, to get a flavour of what it is like to work for us.