Make a difference
Join our passionate and dedicated teams who provide exceptional care and support so vulnerable people can live their best lives!
What our teams achieve is simply amazing – and you can be a part of this team of superheroes! We support people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and complex care needs across the UK.
Working in social care, every day is different and you get to go home with the biggest smile on your face knowing you have helped someone achieve their personal best. One moment you could be helping someone with daily routines they find challenging, such as washing, dressing or eating. Another, you may be supporting them to access local community facilities, such as education, shops and cafes or parks. The care and support we provide is life changing for vulnerable people.
We recruit experienced people and those brand new to the sector. What we value most is your passion to make a difference to the lives of others! We have exciting career opportunities available nationwide.
You could be a part of someone’s journey to living a better quality of life!
Apply today! Find jobs near you.
Explore our roles
We have roles available in our community and care home teams. Community support is provided in supported living accommodation, in people’s own homes, at our day opportunity services or out in the community. Care home teams support residents based at a registered care home. Explore roles and job opportunities near you.
You'll support people to overcome personal challenges, discover their passions and achieve their goals. This role offers a variety of shift patterns, training and excellent benefits.
Senior Support Worker
You may work alone with vulnerable people or as part of a team. You'll carry out duties designated by the manager and delegate duties to support workers.
Children's Healthcare Assistant
You’ll help children and young people lead happy and healthy lives. Shifts are completed in the person’s home or in the community and you’ll receive high-quality training and support.
Provide, manage, and co-ordinate clinical support. Carry out duties designated by the manager. You may work alone to support vulnerable people or as part of a team.
Registered Children's Nurse
You’ll provide, manage and support in delivering clinical care for children and young people with complex care needs. Duties are performed in the individual’s home or in community settings.
Deputy Home Manager
Support the registered manager and be responsible for key areas of the care home. You'll delegate duties, promote good practice and be a positive role model. This role will require you to carry out shifts.
Field Support Supervisor
You’ll be responsible for creating and maintaining person-centred support plans. You’ll support people in the community, in their home or at one of our services. This role will require you to manage support workers.
You’ll be responsible for the management and coordination of the care delivery team. You'll be the first point of contact for day-to-day operational requirements.
Responsible for the day-to-day management of the community hub. You’ll be accountable for business development of key customer relationships with the Local Authority, NHS and private commissioners.
Registered Home Manager
Provide, manage and co-ordinate personalised support plans. You’ll be responsible for the day-to-day organisation and running the care home and delegate duties to your team.
Located in Lichfield, Group Support is home to our teams supporting the delivery of great quality care and support. From finance and HR to quality and IT, these teams support our frontline key workers.
Benefits and training
Our benefits are designed to support your lifestyle and personal needs. We offer many incentives to help you in various areas of your life, supporting a positive work-life balance.
Our training is designed to empower staff with skills and knowledge to deliver high quality care and support. We pride ourselves on investing in our employees and promoting from within the company, wherever possible.Find out more
Why Voyage Care
Voyage Care is a great place to work! Staff have access to the best training, benefits packages and opportunity to grow and develop within their roles. Our support teams go above and beyond to provide exceptional care and support. They empower vulnerable people to live a fulfilled and enriched life. Here’s Anthea Russell, Service Manager at the Woodlands, telling us about her fantastic team and why her job is amazing!
Fall in love with a career in care
Our teams are passionate about making a difference to the lives of the people we support. Many of our staff come from different walks of life and have ended up working in the care sector for years. Valery Farelley is a service manager at Voyage Care. When she started her career in care, she discovered all you need is love and passion to make a difference.Read Story
Supporting Lawrence to live his best life!
Lawrence has Cerebral Palsy and has spent most of his life in a wheelchair. Lawrence’s parents had a tour of The Grove Resource Centre and saw the fun activities they had in place.
As a support worker you get to help people live their best lives! The people we support have such fun passions and you can be a part of their amazing journey to live their dreams and create new life experiences!Read Story
From support worker to branch manager
Neil Devine is a Branch Manager at Voyage (DCA) North 3, a community support hub in County Durham that supports people with learning disabilities and complex needs. We spoke to Neil about his job and how training helped him progress his career in care.Read Story