Work for Us

At Shelton Care we provide adults and young people with learning disabilities with the opportunity to develop and grow.

We employ more than 400 people from the local area in a broad range of roles; from support, nursing and training to education, teaching and catering. We have residential units, Day Services and Regent College all based within a short distance of the centre of Stoke on Trent, travelling to work couldn’t be easier with great bus links and free parking for staff.

We put our Service Users at the heart of everything we do, so regardless of the role you play, your focus will always be the same: to provide care, support and encouragement to the people to use our service.

If you are interested in any of the positions below, please send completed the application form – download here – or by filling in the recruitment form on this page.

Join us today

We are recruiting for:

  • Learning Support Worker

    Location: Regent College – Shelton
    Hours: 30hpw (Monday to Friday) Term Time Only
    Salary: £15,776 pro rata for hours and TTO working
    Experience: Working with students with a learning disability and/or communication difficulties. Working in an educational environment

  • Support Workers
  • Health Co-ordinators

Day and Night shifts available.
Part/Full Time positions available.

Interested? Click on the position to find out more or call 07808 314 913

Recruitment Form






Please upload the required application form for a successful application (PDF and Word documents only, Max. 1000kb). Download application form to use here. or you can complete a digital copy here.

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We pride ourselves in our supportive culture, we actively encourage continuing professional development (CPD) with all our staff. The organisation continues to develop it’s facilities on campus within the staff training centre.

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Care Quality Commission’s purpose is to make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage them to improve. To see the reports click here.