Kisharon offers education, opportunity and support to children and adults with complex and profound learning disabilities. Individuals supported by Kisharon are taught the skills they need to live independently within the community and to lead fulfilling lives.

Since 1976, Kisharon has provided innovative support to individuals with complex learning disabilities and their families. Kisharon offers lifelong learning by teaching life skills and giving greater independence to those it helps. Our forward thinking, person-centred approach to working with learning difficulties and associated physical problems improves lives daily and creates valuable disability awareness, changing people’s perceptions of those with learning difficulties.

Kisharon provides a safe future for those in our community who are most vulnerable within a nurturing Jewish environment.

We are passionate about fulfilling our mission of supporting each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence, enjoy life and be included in the communities in which they live. If you have the energy and enthusiasm to help grow our success – read on to see the current vacancies. We are always looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our team. We welcome and encourage applicants from people of all backgrounds.

Our mission
To realise ambitious and personalised education and support together with people with learning disabilities and autism, where people are valued contributors within the community.

05 Aug, 2022
Permanent
£32,000 - £35,000 yearly
Kisharon London NW11, UK
Service Manager - Supported Living Location:                                       North West London Full time, Permanent:               38 hours per week Salary:                                           £32,000 - £35,000 per annum Start Date:                                    As soon as possible We are excited to be looking for a passionate and experienced Service Manager to join our expanding team and take on the management of our Supported Living Services working alongside our dedicated team of Service Managers. Do you have the experience and drive to develop and expand our supported living services? Are you highly motivated to support each unique person to progress, enjoy a meaningful vocation and be included in the community? Kisharon’s Supported Living Services for adults with learning disabilities have an excellent reputation for promoting independence for the people we support, and a good CQC rating. The role will have...
05 Aug, 2022
Permanent
£24,000 - £27,000 yearly
Kisharon London NW11, UK
Social Work Assistant/Intake Coordinator Kisharon Adult Services North West London £24-£27k p.a. depending on experience and qualification Full time: 38 hrs/wk We are seeking a Social Work Assistant/Intake Coordinator to manage intake into our adult services, help meet the needs of people Kisharon supports, and actively support our Social Worker. At Kisharon we are passionate about our mission to realise ambitious and personalised support for people with learning disabilities, to enable a good life where people are valued contributors within the community. Promoting independence, choice and control are at the heart of this post. This is a great opportunity for someone with experience in social work or a related field with experience of effective liaison and co-operative working with other agencies. Closing date for applications: 29 August 2022 Benefits for employees include: Life Assurance scheme and Employee Assistance...
05 Aug, 2022
Permanent
£9.50 - £10.97 hourly
Kisharon London NW11, UK
Kisharon Adult Services: Support Workers  Location: North and North West London Great opportunity for those seeking flexible life-enhancing work of real value. We are looking for enthusiastic people, to support people with learning disabilities to live life the way they want, be independent, included in their communities and enjoy life. Ability to support people with their Jewish observance, and work/volunteer experience with disabilities, are definite advantages, but we’re happy to train you if you can prove commitment to our shared values: showing people dignity and respect at all times striving to always provide excellent care and individualised support working and learning together in innovative and collaborative teams bringing our own interests, creativity and positivity to engage the people we support. The role is varied and no two days the same. It will include: organising activities that the person wants to engage in, such...