Why work with us?
This is an exciting time to be part of Moore House Group. We are an innovative, sector-leading provider of care, education and fostering services. Our staff groups are made up of nurturing, passionate and motivated individuals from a variety of backgrounds, and whatever role they have, they all play a vital part in making a positive difference to the lives of our children and young people as they move through their life journeys.
We are always looking to recruit like-minded people who share our vision for every child and young person to enjoy positive health and wellbeing, and to receive the best opportunities for learning, life and work.
Registered Service Manager – West Lothian
Property Maintenance Assistant P/T (West Lothian)
Property Maintenance Assistant F/T (West Lothian)
Recognising that staff are our most important asset, we provide health and wellbeing services, and enhanced opportunities for training and development.
What our staff say
From our growing team of almost 200 staff, discover what you can expect to experience on your new career journey with Moore House Group.
What our young people say
Listening to the voices of our children and young people informs continuous improvement across Moore House Group services.
Opportunities across our care, education, fostering and psychological services provide students with opportunities to gain valuable work experience and employability skills before they graduate. Placements may also be considered for international students. A PVG disclosure (or equivalent) is required. Students will be required to find their own accommodation, but partial expenses may be available.
To find out more about current opportunities, and why Moore House Group is a great place to gain work experience and employability skills on student placement, please contact HR on 01506 401 700 or email email@example.com.
People volunteer with Moore House Group for differing reasons and can extend the range of experiences offered to our children and young people including the provision of mentoring or befriending opportunities. Our volunteers work alongside our professional staff and are supported to develop meaningful relationships with the children in our care. Volunteers enjoy participating in relevant training where they are able to develop or add to their existing skillsets, and are fully supported through regular supervision with a named senior staff member.
Moore House Group are committed through our Safer Recruitment processes to ensure that all staff and volunteers are suitable to work with children and young people. We follow thorough and consistent Recruitment and Selection procedures to employ the best possible candidates on the basis of their merits, abilities and suitability for the position applied for. We comply with relevant legislation and guidance and all job applicants undergo pre-employment checks including Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme record checks; reference checks; previous or current disciplinary matters checks; health and driving checks.