Working for us

In working for Threshold you will be joining a diverse community of people who share a deep passion for the wellbeing of our customers.  As part of the New Charter Group, we are recognised by the Sunday Times as being one of the best non-profit companies to work for in the country, ranking number 8 this year.  We are the proud holders of a ‘gold’ rating from Investors in People.  Benefits include: 
  • A personal pension plan
  • Health care and well being packages
  • Generous holidays subject to length of service
  • An expanding range of discounts with local retailers and leisure outlet


Pathway Worker
Contract: Part Time (18.75 hours per week)
Salary: £16,769 
Reference Number: TH59

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Threshold Home Services

We are always on the lookout for more home support workers to join our friendly team. In joining Threshold Home Services you will become part of North West charity Threshold and the New Charter Group – a Sunday Times Best Company employer.

Home Support Worker
Salary: £8.25 per hour
Contract: Flexible

Location: Tameside, Oldham, Stockport

Job Description and Person Specification
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If you want to make a real difference in the community and are looking for part time work please complete and send the above documents with your CV to We do not currently have any vacancies however we will keep your details on file and notify you when a suitable role becomes available or if we hold a recruitment event.

All applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.




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