At Bethphage we pride ourselves on being a person-centred, positive behaviour organisation. This applies as much to the support we deliver as it does to how we treat each other. We have a range of roles to suit different people.

You don’t need to have previous experience to join us as a support worker, we provide all the training you need to deliver first-class support. We will support you from day one with our two-week induction, including paid training and shadow shifts.

We are always looking to hear from people; whether you are looking for full time, part time or casual work. Explore our website to learn more about what it’s like working for Bethphage, the benefits of joining our team and our current vacancies. Or just drop us a message to have an informal chat!

Lady in wheel chair at specialist disability care facility

“Staff were keen to try new things to enhance the quality of people’s lives. We found the culture of the home to be open, positive and inclusive.”

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Latest Bethphage News

Local Artist Celebrates Eglantyne Jebb

Local Artist Celebrates Eglantyne Jebb

Local Artist and Ellesmere Library Assistant, Sally, is creating an illustrated booklet for the people of Ellesmere to celebrate the life and times of local hero and co-founder of “Save the Children”, Eglantyne Jebb.

Read more to see a sneak preview…

Shared Lives celebrate another successful Drop In

Shared Lives celebrate another successful Drop In

As part of Bethphage 30th birthday celebrations, we are hitting the road, visiting some of our fantastic services, starting with Shropshire Shared Lives.

Check out Development Manager, Alice Blakeman’s blog.

Thomas Triumphs at Film Festival

Thomas Triumphs at Film Festival

Thomas’ film, “Racism: The Ugly Face of Football”, created as a part of our “BeDirect” film project, was recently screened at the Borderlines Film Festival!


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