Leonard Cheshire resident

Working at St Michaels

Looking for a fulfilling career that helps people? We’re recruiting support workers to join our fantastic team at St Michaels in Axbridge!

Join us at our Recruitment Day!

We’re launching a recruitment drive for support workers, team leaders, Nurses and Domestic Assistants to come join us at St Michaels care home in Axbridge. You might be completely new to the care sector, or experienced, wither way we’d love for you to come along!

On the day you’ll receive:

  • A tour of St Michaels, and the wonderful surroundings it has to offer.
  • On site interviews and job offers.
  • Explanation of the roles and what to expect on a day to day basis.

Experience for support workers is not essential as we offer an excellent training and induction programme.

What type of service is St Michael's?

St Michael’s is home for under 30 adults with physical disabilities. Our 1870s house is surrounded by beautiful countryside at the foot of the Mendip Hills.

We’re in the peaceful town of Axbridge in Somerset with shops, community hall, pubs and restaurants nearby. We’re also not far from the Somerset coast, Cheddar Gorge and Weston-Super-Mare.

Events details

Date and time:

  • Thursday 4 May: 11am – 7pm
  • Saturday 27 May: 10am – 4pm

St Michael’s
Cheddar Road
BS26 2DW

Why work for us?

For more than 70 years, we have championed the rights of disabled people. We open doors to opportunity and break down barriers that deny disabled people their basic rights.

What we offer

A great range of employee rewards such as:

  • Wagestream (coming soon! Access earned pay before pay day)
  • Free Blue Light card and discounts for high street retailers,
  • Free DBS check,
  • Generous annual leave,
  • Contributory pension scheme,
  • Excellent training programmes relevant to your role and so much more!

Any questions

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.

  • Email: You can email Charlie on charlie.carter@leonardcheshire.org.
  • Call: You can call 07880 076970.
A carer supports one of our residents with muscle movement in her wrist