Join The Community
The Maples Community began as a small family run business. Their ambition was to create a service where they could work alongside the people they cared about and who shared their vision of enabling others to reach their potential. Over the past 25 years we have worked hard to maintain the ethos of getting to know and caring about each and every one of our employees as if they were a part of that family.
We recognise that people are individuals with a unique perspective and experience of the world around them. These personal experiences make up a large part of our unique ability to connect to one and other. That's why at The Maples Community, our employees aren't simply Support Workers or Housing Officers or any other role, they're musicians, footballers, artists, chefs. We encourage our staff to bring these abilities and interests to work to inspire, connect and enrich the interactions they have with each other and the people we support.
We are extremely fortunate to have an incredibly innovative, creative and compassionate team working within the Maples Community, who are willing and able to go above and beyond to support and those around them to reach their full potential.
Below you will see a list of some of the benefits our employees receive by joining the team, and the current available opportunities here at The Maples Community. We look forward to hearing from you.
Competitive rates of pay, generous pension scheme and annual leave entitlement which increases with service longevity
Access to over 15,000 training resources including care qualifications, Personal Trainer qualifications, CBT, DBT. We will always consider any training an employee wants to undertake if it will benefit our service.
Membership to Perkbox which provides hundreds of benefits such as: Free coffee from Cafe Nero, half price cinema tickets, free mobile phone insurance, discounts on high street stores such as john Lewis.
Cycle to work scheme
Employee social events such as Tough Mudder and The Summer Party
The opportunity to work with like minded individuals to help others progress towards independent, enriched and healthy lives.
Hours: Full or part-time hours available plus optional sleep-in shifts
Contract: Permanent or casual
Salary: £17,550 - £28,291 pro-rata per annum depending on experience and number of sleep in shifts
Location: Bristol and South Gloucestershire