Guild Care is one of the oldest and largest employers in Worthing. We employ over 650 staff and a team of more than 300 dedicated volunteers to help us run over 30 community services.
We offer a wide range of career opportunities at Guild Care be it within our care homes, home care, day centres, community outreach services and head office.
We're always looking for caring and compassionate people who are able to make a difference. So join our team today!
At the bottom of this page you will find profiles of some of our current staff. Find out why they love working for Guild Care.
Guild Care is a well-established charity making a difference to the lives of people of all ages in Worthing and its surrounding areas. We've been supporting the local community since 1933.
We are unique in the range of services we provide and as one of Worthing’s largest employers we can offer career opportunities in a wide range of care related work.
Gender Pay Gap Report 2017
Gender Pay Gap Report 2018
Anyone who works for Guild Care must have a caring nature and the desire to help and support others.
We believe that if our teams are happy, this will filter through our care homes and community services, and ensure that everyone is happy.
Training programmes are in place to make sure our staff are always furthering their professional development.
For further details please call us on 01903 863154.
Guild Care has given Phil the opportunity to progress and gather new experiences without having to go elsewhere.
Eileen Garbutt works as Haviland House’s Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator.
Neil Jones works as a Butterfly Support Worker at our Haviland House dementia care home.
Emma Walsh works as a Housekeeper at our Haviland House dementia care home.
Find out more about what it's like to be a nurse in a Guild Care care home.