Reach your full potential at Quarriers

Do you have a passion for people and care about helping people live fulfilling lives? As a Support Worker at Quarriers, you do not require previous experience or qualifications as we provide full training. We are looking for people who share Quarriers’ values.
Care to join us? Then come reach your full potential at Quarriers.

Please click below to apply for current vacancies. Alternatively please email [email protected] or call 01505 616114, we will reply within 24 hours (Monday to Friday).


About Quarriers

  • We have Investors in People Platinum accreditation and we are one of only two social care organisations in Scotland to have this prestigious award.
  • We are an accredited Scottish Living Wage employer.
  • We pay sleepover hours at £9.50 per hour.
  • Quarriers in partnership with its recognised trade union UNISON have reviewed the Fair Work Framework and have agreed to work together to ensure that Quarriers continues to be a good and fair employer, by achieving the requirements of the Fair Work Framework.
  • We are fully committed to supporting the well-being of each and every staff member.

What we can offer

Help with training and development

  • we offer externally recognised SVQ qualifications
  • we are an SVQ accredited centre
  • we offer training on job specific skills (medication, epilepsy, safer handling etc.).
  • the opportunity to work relief in another service

Help with family life

  • family friendly and flexible working policies and procedures, we will try to match rota requirements to your own commitments, allowing you to achieve a good work-life balance
  • enhanced maternity and paternity leave and pay and a competitive holiday entitlement
  • childcare vouchers
  • access to HSF Employee Benefits service

Extra support when you need it

  • access to free physiotherapy and occupational health
  • free 24/7 access to the innovative Lifeworks Employee Assistance Programme
  • non-contributory life assurance scheme
  • workplace pension

Extra Benefits

  • Christmas savings scheme
  • cycle to work scheme
  • long service rewards
  • significant discount opportunities at major high street retailers


Want us to call you?

  • Eg. Monday at 5pm

Megan - Team Leader

I came to Quarriers after studying social care at Strathclyde University. My student placements gave me experience in different sectors of the care industry, but when a role came up with Quarriers supporting adults with a disability, I was keen to take on a new challenge.

In my role as team leader at Quarriers East Dunbartonshire Services, I ensure that my team is helping people we support to live fulfilling, meaningful lives. Quarriers cares a great deal about the people we support and the teams who support them, and this is so important in social care. I am there to support my team, and I too feel supported and encouraged by my line manager.

A support worker should value people and believe that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect. I believe in having an ‘I can’ attitude, and I love seeing people thrive and achieve.

Gary, Senior Autism Practitioner

After leaving school, I worked in the construction industry. Around this time, my uncle was diagnosed with mental health issues which completely changed his life and meant he now required help from support staff to meet both physical and mental wellbeing needs. I saw how much of a difference his support staff made to his life, and I decided I wanted to make a difference too, to support people to live full and fulfilling lives.

I work at Quarriers Mearns View Service which specialises in supporting people with autism. As soon as I heard about the service, I knew it was where I wanted to be.

Quarriers is an extremely supportive organisation that encourages staff to excel and grow. During my time here, I have completed HNC and SVQ qualifications. My line manager is knowledgeable and approachable, and although I work different shifts, Quarriers has allowed me to have a set day off every week which has been extremely helpful for organising childcare.

My favourite thing about my job is being part of the lives of the people we support and helping them to conquer new challenges and goals.

A good support worker should be patient, caring and respectful, and above all, they should be driven by making people’s lives better. Being a part of Quarriers is a fantastic and rewarding opportunity.