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Careers with Silva Care

We are a locally based company who are passionate about providing person centred support for adults with learning disabilities and people, autism, and  people who have an aquired brain injury. If you are enthusiastic about assisting people to reach their full potential, have a caring personality and aspire to a career in care please contact us.

As an organisation we are proud of our success recruiting seniors and managers from within our existing workforce. We offer comprehensive training, access to NVQ qualifications, and our own ‘Introduction to senior support worker’ workshops for the first step in building a career with us.

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Application Form

If you would like to start a career at Silva Care please download and fill in the application form above, then upload both the filled out application form and your CV with your name, email and telephone number below and we will get in touch as soon as possible. You can view all current vacancies on our Facebook page here. Thank you

Silva Care's Gender Pay Gap Data

UK companies with 250 or more employees must publish their gender pay gap data. The data published is based on a snapshot date in April 2019. The calculations have been made according to a strict formula, with all the results published on the Government’s Gender Pay Gap Service website. This shows that in comparison to most other large employers Silva Care has a very small gender pay gap. This reflects the work we have done over many years to ensure our organisation is free from the bias which allows the gender pay gap to grow.

  • Women’s hourly rate is 0.5% higher (mean) and 1.7% higher (median).
  • Top salary quartile has 23% men and 77% women.
  • Upper middle salary quartile has 26% men and 74% women.
  • Lower middle salary quartile has 33% men and 67% women.
  • Lower salary quartile has 30% men and 70% women.
  • Women’s bonus pay is 0% lower (mean) and 0% lower (median).
  • 0% of men and 0% of women received bonus pay.

An important thing to bear in mind – Gender Pay Gap is not the same as equal pay. Equal pay – that men and women doing the same job should be paid the same – has been a legal requirement for 47 years.