About working for Aspens

We aspire to be leaders in our field, setting the highest possible standards for the care of the people we support. Our dedication to caring for people applies to our valued diverse workforce as well as to the people our organisation exists to support. Through the provision of staff training and ongoing opportunities for professional development, we ensure that our staff have the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver the very highest standards of care to the people we support. We empower our staff by equipping them with the skills, knowledge and tools they need to do an excellent job, remain up to date with the latest developments in the sector and to achieve their own professional goals.

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Why working at Aspens is the right move for you:

Our Core Values

We strive to work with all our people to uphold our Core Values:

  • Respect
  • Honesty
  • Empowerment
  • Professionalism


At Aspens, we take the wellbeing of our staff and those we support very seriously. From weekly wellbeing emails and a dedicated Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to a dedicated intranet site with links to useful guidance and tips, we're also introducing the role of Wellbeing Champion into the charity. We have many trained Mental Health First Aiders who provide support and are able to signpost colleagues to specialist advice when needed. 

Flexible working 

We appreciate that our staff have other commitments and may require flexible ways of working. From a variety of shift patterns to part-time working, we aim to offer options which suit all. 

Equal opportunities

Here at Aspens Charities, we value diversity and inclusivity. 

We strive to create an inclusive and engaging culture which cultivates strong, informed leaders. One of our top priorities as an organisation is to provide a working environment in which everyone feels valued no matter what their age, race, religion or philosophical belief, gender, sexual orientation, family status or disability. 

We are a Disability Confident employer. Disability Confident is creating a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people.

Career development

Whether you're starting out in care or are looking to develop further into your chosen field, we offer opportunities for career development. Our dedicated Training Team works hard to source training to meet staff needs and supports our people to develop their careers.

"I have seen first-hand how Aspens is able to offer great opportunities to staff who are willing to work hard and work as part of a team to provide high standards of care and support to those who chose to be supported by us. 4 years ago I was window cleaning and feeling like I was in a dead end job with no opportunities to progress but I am now the interim project manager for a fantastic company helping to oversee some really exciting projects that Aspens have planned for the future. I feel appreciated by my peers and feel that there are still many opportunities for me here at Aspens in the future in a wide variety of areas and I’m excited for the next 4 years." Jamie, Interim Project Manager.

Competitive pay & benefits

Our payrates are competitive within the sector and job roles within our services offer opportunities to enhance pay through sleep ins and overtime. We also offer benefits such as a dedicated Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) with access to a counselling helpline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and other support available through the web portal and app, and Death in Service benefit.