Make Careers Happen Working at United Response is not just a job. It’s a chance to be part of a movement that we started over 40 years ago. A movement which has changed the lives of millions of people. It’s a chance to make life happen, to start a new job that is truly rewarding and ensure that individuals with learning disabilities, mental or physical support needs have the opportunity to live their lives to the full. It’s a chance to make our vision happen, of a society where everyone has equal access to the same rights and opportunities. It’s a chance to make life happen for the thousands of people we support. It’s a chance to make an interesting, inspiring, no two days are the same, job happen. It’s a chance to make your career happen. To make all this happen, we need brilliant people like you. We’d love it if you joined us. Make Careers Happen About Us Benefits Our People Staff Stories Vacancies Our people We recruit people in lots of different roles with lots of different skills. Working for United Response in any capacity can be fun, fascinating challenging and fulfilling. It’s a place where you can make good things happen – both for the people we support and for your career. Many of our 3,500 employees work in front line support roles, but we also have a range of other positions including development managers , fundraisers, IT professionals and communications specialists. Our Support Workers help people with a diverse range of needs to lead independent lives. They give encouragement, guidance and support so they can make their own choices and do the things they enjoy. That might involve helping with simple tasks such as making a cup of tea, or helping someone enjoy a day out. See our Support Workers in action Our Senior Support Workers have the opportunity to take on more responsibility and get involved in more areas, including deputising for Service Managers, being the recognised experts in practice areas and supervising colleagues. Our Service Managers and Team Leaders make sure that all the resources in the service are managed effectively and our Area Managers manage a diverse number of managers and services. They have overall responsibility for their areas, staff, budgets and the people they support. We also have many different roles across corporate services including HR, Practice Development, IT, Communications and Fundraising, Finance and Administration. Our HQ is in Wimbledon, south-west London, but we also have area offices around the country. All our area and divisional offices have their own Administration teams that support both service delivery and people processes such as recruitment and training. These roles are varied and interesting with no two days being the same.