Home Helpers                                            


Recruiting Organisation: Age UK West Sussex, Brighton & Hove (AUKWSBH)

Working hours: Flexible hours according to availability.
Salary: From £11.50 – £15.50 per hour, depending on location.
Location: Across Brighton and Hove and all of West Sussex.



If you are interested in working in your local community to help older people to live more independently, helping with household tasks, cleaning, shopping and provide social support, then this Home Helper role could be just the role for you!

Age UK West Sussex, Brighton and Hove help thousands of older people to Love Later Life. Their aim is to promote the well-being of all older people, make later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience, enabling people to flourish. They offer activities, events, support services and information. It really is a great place to work if you really want to make a difference in people’s lives.

AUKWSBH is looking for Home Helpers, on a self employed basis, working Monday – Friday, with flexible hours to suit you and according to your availability. This is a hugely rewarding role, working as part of a team that provides invaluable support to older people. If you wish to make a significant, positive difference to older people’s lives and you’re ready for a new challenge, they look forward to hearing from you!

To find put more about the role please contact Help at Home team who will be more than happy to chat to you, call on 01903 726276 or email recruitment@ageukwestsussex.org.uk

To apply please visit website and download an application form here. 

You can also email your CV with a full covering letter as to why you are suitable for the role to recruitment@ageukwestsussex.org.uk

As an employer, they want to see the diversity of our communities reflected in the workforce. They believe that employing a rich mix of people from a range of different backgrounds with fresh ideas and different perspectives is key to enabling them to continually improve services to the diverse communities they serve. They welcome and encourage applications from all members of the community.

They are committed to ensuring that the recruitment process is as inclusive as possible for everyone and this includes making reasonable adjustments for disabled people.

Should you be successful, you will be subject to a variety of checks, including DBS and references.

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