Jobs at Sense

Work with us and make a real difference to the lives of disabled people and their families. 

Sense supports people who are deafblind or have complex disabilities all over the UK. 

Whether you’re a support worker, a shop manager or working in one of our offices, you’ll be doing something that really matters. 

Looking to volunteer? Check out our current volunteering opportunities

“Watching the people we support grow alongside the staff has filled me with so much joy.”

Errol, registered care manager
child and carer smiling and laughing

Why work for Sense?

The work we do at Sense has never been more vital. 

With over 60 years of expertise, we work with deafblind people and people with complex disabilities across the UK. Right now, we’re working hard to extend our support to ten times more people by 2026. Can you help us get there?

Benefits of working at Sense

  • 24 or 25 days of annual leave plus bank holidays.
  • Matched pension contributions up to 5%.
  • Free life assurance policy.
  • Cashback and discounts on high street brands (and 10% off at Sense charity shops!).
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Travel season ticket loans.
  • Enhanced sick pay.
  • Free DBS check if your role needs one.
  • A £350 refer-a-friend scheme.
  • Flexible working arrangements.
  • And more!

Join one of the UK’s leading disability charities today

“I liked what Sense stood for – its morals and values.”

Championing equality, diversity and inclusion

At Sense, we want everyone to reach their full potential. Equality, diversity and inclusion is about more than ticking boxes – it underpins everything we do. 

We’re a Disability Confident Employer

That means we’ll interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum essential criteria for a job. 

You can contact us to let us know if you need any adjustments during the recruitment process

“I’ve always been passionate about working in the arts and social care sector. I can see how I’m impacting people in a positive way, and nothing can beat that feeling!”

Sunney, Arts & Wellbeing Manager

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion board

Our board champions equality not only at Sense, but across the charity sector. 

Recruitment of ex-offenders

We welcome applications from talented people from all sections of our community including those with criminal records. 

Find out more about our ex-offenders policy.

Empowering future leaders

The Moving Up programme by Skills for Care trains future leaders from Black, Asian or minority ethnic communities. We support Sense staff who are eligible to take part. Find out more about personal development and training at Sense. 

Join our employee networks

At Sense, we’re proud to have an LGBT+ network, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Diversity network, and Disability network for our employees. Find your community across the organisation, and help to champion diversity and inclusion in everything we do.