Work for us
Avenues employs over 1,400 people across London, East Anglia and the South East in a range of roles. Employees may be part of one of over 50 service teams working with people with complex needs or work in our central services, supporting the work we do.
We are proud to have a team of very dedicated and hard working employees that clearly want the best for the people we support. We are constantly recruiting as we look to develop in new areas. Could you be the next member of the Avenues team?
We're looking for people with all kinds of experience and skills – you'll find working with us rewarding, challenging and fun! Nothing beats the sense of reward and achievement when you help someone change their life for the better.
You can find out more about working for Avenues, including the Guaranteed Interview Scheme (GIS), here.
We are looking for flexible, enthusiastic and confident individuals to provide support to people with learning disabilities with complex needs in Suffolk.
We are looking for confident and friendly individuals to support people facing disability and/or illness in their own homes across Suffolk.
Are you a people's person? Do you enjoy spending time with lots of different people regardless of age, disability or gender? Become part of Avenues East efficient and effective transport service helping people get from A to B across Suffolk.
We are looking for someone with senior level financial skills and expertise to become part of the changing world of social care! Can you volunteer your time to make a difference?
Work in a unique service featured in Learning Disability Today! Newly built in partnership with Kent County Council designed specifically for people with learning disabilties and autism.
Avenues Group is looking for a flexible and confident individual to support clients who have a learning disability in a residential service in Sevenoaks, Kent.
We have a number of opportunities working across our Suffolk services, such as support workers and relief drivers, working across our supported living and home care services. Read on for more information
Do you want to support people to have fun, learn new skills and enjoy their life? Are you interested in working with 6 young adults with autism in the Woking area? Then keep reading!
If you're looking for a fulfilling support worker role working in parts of Surrey then you'll be interested in this role. It's working 37 to 39 hours per week with the potential to work extra
If working with people who have an acquired brain injury, helping them to regain their confidence and independence, appeals to you then get in touch!
Are you looking for a career change? Do you want to use your compassion and caring qualities in your daily work routine? If so, this could be the best career decision you ever make.
Do you want to make a big difference to the lives of young people with learning disabilities and have fun at the same time? We are currently establishing a service in Cambridgeshire providing support to young people aged 10 and over, helping them to learn skills to live more independently.
If you are motivated, flexible and willing to provide a highly skilled support role to individuals then we want to hear from you!