Age UK Kensington & Chelsea is a great place to work. Could you bring your skills to our team? See our latest vacancies below.
Working for Age UK Kensington & Chelsea
Age UK Kensington & Chelsea is a local independent charity with over 80 staff members. We help over 5,000 local older people every year, offering activities, events, befriending and information. It's a great place to work if you really want to make a difference in people's lives.
If there are no current vacancies listed below, please take a look at the other ways you can get involved with us.
The Health and Social Care Assistant (HSCA) role offers an exciting opportunity to become part of the Whole Systems workforce; working in GP surgeries across West London, bringing together health and social care expertise to make a real change to how care is delivered for older people.
We currently have one Social Prescribing Link Worker post available for someone who is passionate about connecting communities with the tailored support they need to live independent and healthier lives, based within Kensington and Chelsea’s new Primary Care Networks.
We are currently recruiting one North Kensington Social Prescribing Link Worker who will work as part of an integrated team within Primary Care Networks (PCN) to deliver a coordinated and high-quality social prescribing Link Worker service in North Kensington – supporting residents affected by the Grenfell Tower to access and engage with the extensive range of support in the community.
Our aim is to support our service users to stay as independent as possible in their homes, by providing a personalised service to meet their needs. If you are passionate about providing person-centred care and looking for a rewarding role where you will make a real difference to the lives of the people you support, then we would love to hear from you!
Have you thought about volunteering?
Volunteering is an excellent way to improve your CV by gaining new skills and experience. By offering your time you will also help to make a real difference to the lives of local older people.