Aspire Housing & Personal Development


Are you interested in an exciting and rewarding career in social care? 

View our current vacancies and complete the application form for the job role that meets your skills and experience.

If you want to discuss any aspect of working with Aspire, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our recruitment team on 0141 548 1552 or at Thank you for your interest.

Feedback received includes:

"I really do love my job. My alarm goes off, I get up happy every morning, get ready and I actually go skipping to my work. It’s a great feeling to be going to your work each day and bringing a smile or making a small difference in a clients life. It gives me a great boost, each and every day. It’s just the small things in life that makes this job the right job for me" [Aspire Support Worker]

Our current vacancies are:

  • Intensive Services Support Worker - Aspire Central Service (East Renfrewshire)
  • Support Worker - Aspire Central Service (West Lothian)
  • Support Worker - Aspire West Service (Bellshill) 

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Support Worker - Aspire West Service (Bellshill)

Location: Bellshill Area

Are you caring, compassionate, enthusiastic and committed to supporting people in the Bellshill area who have suffered strokes, ongoing Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Agoraphobia?

Post update: 14th June 2019

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Support Worker - Aspire Central Service (West Lothian)

Location: Working locations within West Lothian include Bathgate and Blackburn

Our Support Workers work with and focus on individuals we support across Central Scotland, to assist them in achieving the things that matter to them, working effectively with teams and people such as families and social work.

Post update: 23 May 2019

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Intensive Services Support Worker (East Renfrewshire)

Location: Working locations include: Bearsden, Newton Mearns and Busby

The Intensive Service Support Worker will at all times focus on the individual to achieve the things that matter to them, working effectively with internal teams and external people, such as families to achieve this. This means helping people to make choices and decisions through exploring and accessing opportunities that help them develop a lifestyle that is meaningful and rewarding whilst achieving their personal outcomes.

The Intensive Support Worker works with individuals who require extensive supports around health and or behavioural contexts.

Post update: 23 May 2019


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