Current Vacancies

Manager (Elder Care supported Living, Acorns)

Your role will be to manage a 7 bed supported living house for the elderly on a day to day basis which provides care and support 24/7, delivered by a dedicated team of staff.

We are looking for someone who can make a real difference to the lives of our elderly clients including those with complex needs, to ensure they are treated with care, compassion and dignity and enabled to be as independent as possible.

You and your team will enable them to live life to their fullest capabilities, ensuring they are offered choices and able to have stimulation and a good quality of life.

Previous experience of this client group and managing/supervising a team is essential.

You will also hold your NVQ3 in Health & Social Care (minimum) and (ideally) Leadership & Management level 3 (but we can offer this training). As well as managerial duties, the successful candidate will also remain "hands on" as part of the role.

Further free training is available.

£9.00 – £10.00 per hour dependant on experience & qualifications.

If you think you have the right qualities to join our team, please contact Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 for a chat and application form. www.lyndridgecare.co.uk


Registered Mental Health Nurse (part time)

We are looking for a Registered Mental Health Nurse to join our well established and experienced team at Lyndridge on a part time basis to for two supported living houses for 16 male clients.

You will assess clients and guide staff teams to help people using our service to achieve their personal recovery, helping them work towards achieving their identified goals as well as signposting them to a range of social, recreational and educational activities including Made-Well (www.made-well.co.uk)

Candidates will need a calm professional manner and a fair and non-discriminatory, non-judgemental approach and the ability to build a good working relationship with a wide variety of people.

A driver is essential due to the rural setting of the houses, and the need to travel to appointments and assist clients to access the community.

If you are someone who understands the importance of recovery and are passionate about seeing people achieve their best, then we want to hear from you.

In return, we will offer you £15 an hour, 7 weeks holiday (pro-rata) and access to further training.

The first step is hitting the ‘apply’ button and submitting your CV to us online. Alternatively, please speak with Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 or complete an application form by visiting www.lyndridgecare.co.uk

If your application is shortlisted, a member of the team will be in contact with you to discuss the role further and book an interview with the manager of the service.


Senior Care & Support Worker (full time)

We are seeking a senior care & support assistant who can ensure positive outcomes to the daily lives of our elderly clients who live in a 7 bed house in Okehampton. What is important is that you are a supportive and responsible person who shows kindness and consideration to others.

The role includes personal care, enabling support, activities, medication and light domestic tasks to help clients remain as independent as possible and have fulfilled lives.

You will support and guide a dedicated team of staff to help clients live life according to their wishes.

 Flexible shift patterns* (8-2 or 2-8 days and/or nights 8pm-8am)

*including every other weekend and part of the on-call team

We offer a supportive environment with comprehensive induction, training and ongoing support provided.

If you would like the opportunity to truly make a difference, we will give you full training to equip you with the skills you need. What is as important to us is that you are caring, compassionate and willing.

In return for your hard work we offer some excellent benefits including:

  • Full induction and training including Care Certificate
  • Support with gaining QCF Level 2/3 qualification if desired
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Good rates of pay
  • Free Enhanced DBS check
  • Full or part time permanent contract
  • 28 days paid holiday

If you feel that this is the job for you then we’d love to hear from you!

If you think you have the right qualities, call Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 or visit our website www.lyndridgecare.co.uk for an application form and to find out more about us.


Support worker (Learning Disability)  Full or part time, Okehampton

We are looking for passionate people who feel they can make a real difference to the lives of adults with learning disabilities, as we open a new service in Okehampton.

Your role will be to provide support and guidance to enable them to live fulfilled lives and deliver services in a person-centred way in accordance with their needs and wishes.

With Lyndridge, you will gain an enormous sense of personal satisfaction through helping people to achieve their goals and live the lives they choose. You'll be working in a positive and supportive environment that encourages and values your contribution.

    Full and part time positions available (with some weekend work)

    Flexible shift patterns (8.00am -3.00pm, 3.00pm -10.00 pm or 10.00pm -8.00 am nights)

Whilst previous experience of this client group isn’t necessary, a willingness to develop into the role is essential, and we support our staff with excellent induction and training opportunities. If you would like the opportunity to truly make a difference, we will give you full training to equip you with the skills you need.

Car drivers are preferred, as we need to enable clients to fully participate in the local and wider community.

In return for your hard work we offer some excellent benefits including:

  • Induction and training
  • Support with gaining QCF Level 2/3 qualification
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Good rates of pay (dependent on experience/qualifications)
  • Enhanced DBS check
  • Flexible shift patterns
  • Permanent contract
  • 28 days paid holiday
  • Pension

If you think you have the right qualities, call Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 or visit our website www.lyndridgecare.co.uk for an application form and to find out more about us.


Care and Support Assistants  -  full or part time days, Okehampton

Due to the growth of our Supported Living service in Okehampton, we are seeking further Care and Support assistants to make a real difference to our vulnerable elderly clients.

Lyndridge are recruiting people with empathy and passion who are committed to delivering a high standard of care to join our growing team.  

  • Full and part time positions available (with alternate weekend work)
  • Flexible shift patterns (8.00am -2.00pm, 2.00pm -8.00 pm  or 8.00pm - 8.00 am nights)

Our clients will come to rely on you to assist with their needs, including personal care, enabling support, medication and light domestic tasks to help them to remain as independent as possible.

Previous care experience isn’t necessary as we support our staff with excellent induction and training opportunities.   If you would like the opportunity to truly make a difference, we will give you full training to equip you with the skills you need.   What is as important to us is that you are caring, compassionate and willing.

In return for your hard work we offer some excellent benefits including:

  • Support with gaining QCF Level 2/3 qualification
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Good rates of pay (dependent on experience/qualifications)
  • Enhanced DBS check
  • Flexible shift patterns
  • Permanent contract
  • 28 days paid holiday

If you think you have the right qualities to join our team, please contact Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


WE ARE GROWING AGAIN!!

We have exciting opportunities to join new and existing teams in [Okehampton / Hatherleigh / Crediton]

Managers / Assistant Managers

Senior Support Workers

Support Workers

We are currently recruiting caring, compassionate and committed individuals who are looking for a rewarding role supporting people with a Learning Disability, mental health and / or complex needs, in their day to day lives.

Qualifications and experience of similar roles is welcome but not essential as we will train and develop you; and equip you for a career in social care.  Positive attitudes and values in enabling people to live their lives to the full is essential.

The roles will include: enabling people to learn new skills, be part of their local community, access activities, have support with their home, keep healthy and safe and to be as independent as possible.

  • Full and part time positions available
  • Flexible working available (including some nights / weekends)

In return, we will offer you:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Internal and external learning and development programmes including core skills, RQF qualifications, Leadership & Management

If you think you have what it takes to join our team, please contact Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.