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Recruitment

Working at Life Works

Life Works is a progressive, equal-opportunity employer, placing the highest value on promoting the mental and physical wellness of our employees. We are committed to nurturing the growth of our employees through ongoing education and development. We are also committed to providing a high level of service to our clients and it is important to us that we recruit individuals who also feel passionate about delivering this high level of quality care.

We aim to invest in our team of experts to provide the best clinical evidence-based programmes and administrative systems.

Life Works aims to attract dedicated, experienced and qualified staff who share our passion for treating behavioural health issues and our core values of integrity, quality, respect and courage. In return for their dedication, we are committed to investing in our staff through personal and professional development and providing all the resources and support that our staff need.

We offer excellent benefits, a positive, stimulating and supportive work environment, plus a wide range of opportunities where you can make an impact in the following areas:

  • Consultant psychiatry
  • Nursing
  • Therapy and counselling
  • Care assistance
  • Management and administration
  • Finance and operations
  • Facilities support
  • Sales and marketing

To view our current vacancies and find out how you can become part of Life Works Community, click here.

How To Apply for A Job at Life Works

If you are interested in applying for a position with Life Works, please print our application form, and email it to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. along  with your CV and personal statement on how you meet the essential person specification criteria. Please reference the position you are applying for in the subject line.

If you have any queries then please contact HR Administration on 01483 757 572. We are happy to accept postal applications sent to: Life Works, The Grange, High Street, Old Woking, Surrey, GU22 8LB

Equal Opportunities

Life Works is committed to equality of opportunity and the elimination of unlawful discrimination in employment. In particular, we oppose discrimination on the grounds of age, gender, marital status, race and country of origin, language, religion, political beliefs, sexual orientation or disability.

Criminal Records Bureau

All appointments are subject to the receipt of a satisfactory Disclosure at the appropriate level from the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB). This is a statutory requirement placed on Life Works by the registration framework arising out of national standards and it is therefore a condition of all contracts of employment. This means that the company has the right to access and make decisions on offences that would otherwise be regarded as 'spent'. All conditional offers of employment will be subject to at least a Standard Disclosure that provides information on the applicant's complete criminal record. For some categories of appointment an Enhanced Disclosure that potentially includes further relevant information from police records will be sought.

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