types of jobs

some other services

what we do

Our 1,100 dedicated staff and 2,500 volunteers mean that we are able to run over 70 centres and specialist services throughout London and the south east, caring for more than 7,000 people every week in the Jewish community.


Types of Jobs

What work can I do?

Care Work
This could be in residential or nursing care, as a member of a home care team, in a community centre, special day centre for people with dementia or in mental health services. There are some common aspects of the work:
  • Physical and personal care
  • Practical and emotional support
  • Providing a caring and stimulating environment
Previous experience in social care work is useful, but not essential. Voluntary work or experience caring for a relative may be helpful.

Social Work

As well as qualified social workers, we employ social work assistants in our four regional offices in Golders Green, Herts, Redbridge and Hackney, as well as call centre advisers.

Youth & Community Work
We employ full and part-time youth workers at Sinclair House in Redbridge. They encourage young Jewish people to participate in educational, cultural and sporting activities.

Support and Administration
Based in North West London, these are the central services that underpin the care work of the organisation - Finance, IT, Human Resources, Property, Administration etc.

Fundraising and Marketing
Although many of our services are financed by local authorities, we still depend on voluntary income. We look for creative people, with a flair for original and innovative ideas, who can develop fundraising and marketing opportunities.

Other specialist services
 We also offer help and support to:
  •     Blind and visually impaired people 
  •     People with physical and sensory difficulties 
  •     Survivors of the Holocaust
Hours of Work

Weekly hours vary from 35 to 42 per week, depending on where you work. In residential and nursing homes, staff work either day shifts or night shifts.

We can usually offer part-time or flexible hours if you are not looking for a full-time job.

Be a volunteer for Jewish Care?

Could you spare some time to help others in your community? Find out more about volunteering here.



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Contact us

HR Admin Recruitment Hotline:
020 8922 2446

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Or write to us at:
Amélie House, Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus, 221 Golders Green Road, London,
NW11 9DQ