Are you passionate about helping others?

Join our care and support team to help individuals and families overcome challenges, improve independence and get more from life.

You could support people who have a disability, mental illness, experience of homelessness (young people and adults) or older people. We have roles in London, Essex and Hertfordshire.

Whatever you’re looking for, we’ll have a role to suit you. You could be full-time, part-time, or work flexible hours in our bank. We’ll also help you gain skills and experience to develop your career.

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Great benefits

As well as having a job that makes a real difference to the world, you will receive the following benefits:

  • 25 days' annual leave (plus bank holidays)

  • Up to 10% pension contribution matched 1:1

  • Flexible benefits of 1% of salary (minimum £300)

  • Paid induction training and support to complete the Care Certificate (if required for the role)

  • Lots of extra training opportunities

  • Paid DBS (roles requiring enhanced checks include child and adult barring checks)

  • Paid mileage at 45p per mile (as applicable)

  • Sick pay

  • Spot bonus awards

  • Long service awards

  • Recognition through our WOW! Awards

  • A confidential 24/7 employee assistance service


A day in the life

Over 1,000 kind-hearted people work in our care and support services. Find out about some of their roles. 

Peabody Emmanual Warrie


Emmanuel is a Support Worker in a homelessness service. Find out why he loves his role.

Meet Emmanuel
Peabody Rory


Rory is a Senior Care Support Worker in a service for people who have disabilities. Find out why he’s glad he changed career.

Meet Rory
Peabody Steve


Steve is a Support Worker who helps young people who have experienced homelessness. Find out what he thinks is most rewarding.

Meet Steve
Peabody Angela


Angela is the Assistant Head of Service for people who have a disability. See why she’s worked for us for 20 years.

Meet Angela
Peabody Mark


Mark is a Caretaker for our supported housing schemes. Find out why his role is so fulfilling.

Meet Mark
Peabody Antony


Antony is a Team Manager in our disabilities service. Read his advice for people considering this career.

Meet Antony
Rachel Brooke


Rachel oversees the maintenance of our supported housing schemes in Essex. Find out how she’s progressed her career.

Meet Rachel


Ben is an Outreach Support Worker. Read about how he helps individuals who are experiencing challenges.

Meet Ben
Peabody Michelle Headshot


Michelle is a Team Manager at a care home in Essex. Learn about how she helps individuals with learning disabilities, epilepsy and dysphagia.

Meet Michelle

Watch this video to learn more.

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Got specific questions about Peabody? We’re always happy to help.

Equal opportunities

If you declare a disability on your application form and meet the minimum criteria in the job description, we will offer you an interview.

We can also make reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process.

As members of the Business Disability Forum and the international INvolve network, we can also connect and upskill talented employees.