Work for us

2012 Leaflet PhotoIf you’re looking for a rewarding career that makes a real difference to the lives of local people, then a job with Headway Devon may be for you.

For over seventeen years we have been providing a lifeline to people whose worlds have been turned upside down by brain injury. Our services support people across Devon and Torbay and reach over a hundred people each week.

Headway Devon are an Investor in People, which means that we are committed to developing our staff team and ensuring that this is a positive and productive place to work.

Our current vacancies are listed below, but we also welcome volunteers to work in our centres, with our fundraising department, and on our board of Trustees. For more information click here.

Torquay Day Centre Deputy Manager

A rare opportunity has arisen to join Headway Devon’s busy centre staff team with this part time post.

Torquay Day Centre Deputy manager

Hours- 8 hours per week (Thursdays)

Based in Torquay

Salary £7.80 per hour (currently under pay review)

Closing Date for applications is 14/07/2017

The job description and person specifications can be downloaded below, and an application form can be downloaded from the bottom of this page, or contact

Please note we are not able to accept applications by CV or through Indeed due to our equal opportunities policy.

Job Description & Person Spec – Torquay Day Centre Deputy Manager 

Community Support Workers

We have flexible work available throughout Devon and Torbay

This rewarding role will involve enabling people with acquired brain injuries to overcome their difficulties and pursue their goals. Every client is different and no two days will be the same, but activities may include anything from supporting people to prepare meals, helping out in the garden or supporting someone to attend exercise classes, to enabling someone to do the weekly food shop or assisting them to look for employment.

Working arrangements are flexible but some evening and weekend work will be required. Successful applicants will have a full driving license and access to a car. We are offering a competitive salary for this post with paid travel time and expenses.

An NVQ2 in care is desirable, but not essential. People from all backgrounds are welcomed and a full training programme is provided. Applicants need to be willing to carry out personal care where required.

Job Description & Person Spec – Community Support Worker


How to apply

Please download the application form here (Word) or here (pdf).

Please also complete the equal opportunities monitoring form, available here (Word) or here (pdf)

For more information about any of our vacancies please call 01392 211822 or email

Please do not send CVs as we are unable to read them under our equal opportunities policy.