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Careers

  Higher Level Care’s success depends on the calibre of our employees. We are committed to recruiting and selecting colleagues with the right blend of skills, qualifications, competencies, experience, knowledge and attitude. HLC employees have expertise in supporting a range of people to live independently. This includes those who have experienced domestic violence, young people, older people, people with disabilities and people with long-term illnesses. Within our maintenance team we have carpenters, plumbers and gas engineers. HLC employees work alongside health trainers, surveyors, drivers, small repairs workers and a number of other specialist roles. As in any other organisation, we also have a full range of business support roles including accountants, IT specialists and HR staff. Our employees are hard-working, talented individuals enthused by achieving stretching goals. We look for team-players who offer creative problem-solving skills and are not afraid to voice their opinions. Social housing experience is great, but enthusiasm is more important. Show us your passion and integrity and you’ll fit right in

Vacancies

All our permanent, temporary and volunteering vacancies are posted here. This page is updated regularly so keep an eye out for any other positions you’re interested in. If you would like more information about working for HLC, please contact us using the form below.  

Youth & Young Adult Support Worker

Location: North London, South London & West London Type: Contract Ref: HLC-019 Overall Responsibilities We are recruiting both trainee and experienced support workers to join our team to work with teenagers within Care Homes, Educational Settings, and Semi-Independent Living Accommodations Our ideal candidate would be a reliable person who wants to make a difference in young people’s lives by providing quality care. You must have the ability to communicate clearly both within your verbal and written communication. Main Duties And Responsibilities
  • Build strong professional relationships
  • Maintain a safe and enjoyable environment.
  • To promote equality.
  • Safeguard service users from any form of abuse.
  • Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes.
  • Attend work reliably and punctually.
  • To be responsible for delivering high quality care to the residents of Higher Level Care through compliance with all requirements including:
    • regulations
    • legislation
    • policies
    • procedures
    • and to carry out any additional duties as required from time to time to meet the needs of specific residents or HighLevelCare.
We support young people aged between 13 to 21 years of age who are within the care system for numerous reasons. These young people may have an array of disorders, behaviours, and needs, therefore they require support workers who have the confidence, understanding, and patience to make a positive impact on their lives. These difficulties may include, Mental Health and Emotional Difficulties EBD, however, these young people will be leaving care to become fully independent. This position involves providing guidance, interaction and support to teenagers and young adults with the intention of creating a safe environment that promotes person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs. You will be part of a team to support the service users throughout the day with tasks such as supporting with developing skills such as meal preparation, social activities, family contacts, education and shopping. Benefits Some Great Benefits Include The Following
  • Opportunity to obtain Accredited training
  • You will have the chance to make a difference to young individuals lives.
  • No experience required
  • For Flexible Positions
    • We can offer you shifts around the days that you are available:
    • Weekends or Weekdays
    • School Holidays
    • Around your Education or Child Care Needs
    • Flexible shifts we can offer include: 7am<3pm, 2pm<10pm, 8am<10pm, £60 sleep in Shifts or 8pm to 8am waking night shifts.
Rates of Pay
  • Unqualified- £7.80 weekdays, £8 weekends, £8.25 Waking Nights, £10 bank holidays, up to £62.40 sleep in rate per night.
  • Qualified & Experienced- £8.50. £10 bank holidays, up to £62.40 sleep in rate per night. (Based on full-time hours range: £18.500-£23.500)
  • We have Full-time positions for those with experience within the sector or we can provide the opportunities that can lead to full-time positions for those who are inexperienced around your own availability whilst you are gaining the experience.
Please note that you would be required to undergo an enhanced DBS as part of your compliance and successfully complete our induction program. We look forward to receiving your application and are happy to answer any questions you may have.   Click Here to Apply   Closing date: Ongoing NO AGENCIES PLEASE  

Property Maintenance Technician

Location: North London, South London & West London Type: Contract Ref: HLC-020 Overall Responsibilities
  • Performs minor electrical maintenance to include but not be limited to replacement or repair of fixtures using appropriate hand, power tools.
  • Performs minor plumbing maintenance
  • Performs minor painting, carpentry & masonry work.
  • Reconfigures, installs, positions and remount’s modular office furniture to accommodate user needs
  • Understand and conform to all Health, Safety and Environmental requirements.
  • Able to full responsibility for small projects and deliver on time with ‘can do’ approach.
  • Reasonable out of hours support for emergencies and can demonstrate flexible working
  • Inspects building & other structures to determine functional systems & detect malfunctions & needed repair making notes & recommendations using check sheets
  • All tasks to be carried out in a timely manner to contribute to service improvement.
  • Able to set own work and complete with minimum supervision. 
  • Holds at least one industry recognised competency levels in Construction/ Plumbing/ Decorating/ Gas Safe fields.
  • Demonstrate ability to plan work coupled with the drive and tenacity to see it through to completion.
  • Attention to detail across COST / QUALITY/ SAFETY.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to build effective working relationships at all levels within organisation.
  • Good communication skills and a Team approach
Please note that you would be required to undergo an enhanced DBS as part of your compliance and successfully complete our induction program. We look forward to receiving your application and are happy to answer any questions you may have.   Click Here to Apply   Closing date: Ongoing NO AGENCIES PLEASE

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Recent News

17, May, 2018 :

HLC are pleased to announce that we work with Cambridge County Council

17, May, 2018 :

HLC is pleased to announce that we are now working with the London Borough of Newham.

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