Why Aspire?

Who we are

Aspire is an organisation that specialises in tailoring high quality support to service users based on their individual needs. Founded in April 2009 by Cathrine White, Aspire Ltd have brought together over 60 years’ experience in providing adaptable specialist support service for adults with a range of diagnoses.

What you'll be doing

Based in the community, you will be working to support the needs and independence of clients from all walks of life. No two days are the same, and every day is important. Your daily duties will be variable and can include the following:

Social inclusion. Promoting independence by supporting clients in accessing community activities and venues.

Admin support. Supporting clients in understanding and managing their appointments and finances, and ensuring bills are paid on time.

Shopping and meal planning. Support in planning meals and shopping for groceries, following any dietary needs set out by the client’s support plan.

Household tasks. Encouraging independence and a clean environment by assisting with tasks such as ironing, taking out the bins, laundry, hoovering, and light cleaning




Your Learning Journey

All you need to start with Aspire are your personal qualities. We provide fully-funded training for everything else.

Step one

Attend your face-to-face induction, which will introduce you to our procedures and values.

Step two

Complete your online learning and Care Certificate, with full support throughout.

Step three

Review your learning after completion, identifying areas of improvement and where you'd like to progress further.

Step four

Sign on to your level 2 diploma in mental health, with opportunities for further qualifications after completion.

Training and Benefits

Training and benefits  Aspire provides a full induction and ongoing training, including the opportunity to gain nationally accredited vocational qualifications. Our benefits include:

  • 28 days leave (including statutory public holidays) rising with service to a maximum of 30 days leave (including statutory public holidays)
  • Opportunity to gain nationally accredited vocational qualifications
  • Choose when you get paid with our EarlyPay scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to support your health and wellbeing

Full and part-time contracts available at £10.20-£11.00 per hour

Our Team

Alongside our team of 50+ support workers, here are some faces you might meet along the way.

Catherine White Director
Lynne Allan CEO
Liam Watson Registered Manager
Nicola Walker Service Manager
Sally Ashmore Service Manager
Sam Freeman HR & Finance Manager
Emma Oxley HR & Finance Assistant
Joe Shirtliffe Scheduling Manager
Niamh Kelly First Contact Administrator
Lizzie Wilson-Wolfe Senior Support Worker
Simon Rodgers Senior Support Worker
Jordan Bishop Senior Support Worker
Radley Office Dog

Ready to make a difference?

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