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Careers at Chalfont

Why choose Chalfont?

We have 400 members of staff on site, a lot of who live locally, so the Chalfont Centre is right on their doorstep. 

We offer competitive salaries for all roles, with the possibility of flexible and part-time working patterns. Your time here will start with comprehensive induction training and a free DBS check so you'll be fully ready for the job. We also assist our staff with free counselling, and information and support over the phone.

Recognising the dedication of our staff, we'll reward moments for when you go above and beyond with vouchers – just a little way to say thank you. On top of all this you'll find everything you need on our friendly campus, including a coffee shop, a pharmacy, and free onsite parking.

Staff benefits include:

  • 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part-time roles)
  • Group pension
  • Life insurance value 2x annual salary
  • Excellent training
  • Free DBS check
  • Free onsite parking
  • Onsite pharmacy
  • Onsite coffee shop

Our job vacancies

There are so many different roles at Epilepsy Society from supporting the residents who live onsite in our care services to reaching out to the 600,000 people with epilepsy across the UK in our marketing and communications teams. Check out our jobs page to see our current vacancies or call our HR team on 01494 601447 if you have any queries.

Rhiannon Arden Communications Officer at Epilepsy Society

Rhia's induction at Epilepsy Society

Our Communications Officer, Rhia, joined Epilepsy Society in 2018. Here she talks about what her induction was like at Epilepsy Society.

Laura smiling at the camera

Laura shares what it is like to work at Epilepsy Society

Our Donor Care and Direct Marketing Manager Laura Larrett, has worked here for almost 20 years. She talks about the perks of working at Epilepsy Society.

Ian Henry smiling

Ian talks about caring for residents at Epilepsy Society

Ian Henry manages Morton House, one of the care homes at Epilepsy Society. He talks about what it is like looking after people with complex epilepsy and the perks of his job.