Be part of something great. Join Maximus.
At Maximus, we go to great lengths to ensure our colleagues feel valued and rewarded for the work they do. It’s why we have a range of exciting perks, benefits and rewards to choose from.
The roles we offer
We offer a variety of roles across the UK in our three recruitment categories; Clinical Operational Roles, Non-clinical Operational Roles and Central Services Roles.
Clinical Operational Roles
We employ a variety of Doctors, Nurses, Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists across the UK.Find out more
Non-clinical Operational Roles
We employ a variety of non-clinical colleagues to support our operational commitments in sites throughout the country.Find out more
Central Services Roles
We have a variety of central service roles that support our operational teams in our mission of transforming the lives of the people we work with.Find out more
What we offer
We know that leading a healthy, balanced lifestyle and having financial peace of mind is important to our colleagues, it’s why our benefits are divided into three key areas; financial savings, balanced lifestyle and, health and wellbeing. From pension planning to restaurant discounts and travel insurance to critical illness cover, there’s something to for everyone.Contact the Careers Team
What our people say
“I have worked with Remploy/Maximus for 5 years now, starting as an In Work Support Adviser, then Specialist Adviser and now a Business Manager. My time here has provided me with multiple opportunities to enhance my skill set and develop internally within the organisation. I can honestly say I have thrived in this environment, supported by Managers and colleagues in all areas of the business. Working for a company that prides itself on delivering a value service to customers and transforming lives is somewhere I am proud to work.”
What our people say
“I joined Remploy in January 2008 as the branch coordinator for our newly opened Edinburgh office. I had just graduated from university with a degree in psychology and this was my first job out in the big bad world. I originally applied for an employment advisor role however was unsuccessful due to lack of experience so was offered the branch coordinator role managing reception.
After starting the role my manager invested a lot of time in developing me to be able to conduct the role of the employment advisor. A year later when an opportunity came up I applied for the role and was successful. Within that year I gained a lot of new skills, and in particular enjoyed the employer engagement aspect of it.
A year later, again after lots of support and encouragement from my manager and senior management I was successful in securing the role of account manager for the Edinburgh office. I became very good at this role to the point that my manager gave me the opportunity to train other account managers across the country who were needing support.
When I visited the office in London to train some account managers, I was made aware of a business manager role that was vacant and the thought of moving down there sparked my interest.
Despite having no line management experience, my experience of training and developing staff as well as involvement in operations within the Edinburgh office made me suitable. I applied for the role and was successful. In 2012, at 25 years of age, I moved down to London with my husband and became the business manager for one of Remploy’s biggest branches. After 3 great years in London, I applied for a transfer to become business manager for the Edinburgh branch – back where it all started – as I had my daughter and decided back home was the best place to raise my family.
One year later at 29 years of age I was promoted to the operations manager role which I have been doing for the last 5 years.
I am a HUGE advocate of Maximus and Remploy for being a great place to develop and progress for people. I have had 13 amazing years with the company and secured roles which I would never have had the opportunity of doing had it not been for the support of my managers and the business. A fantastic place to work.”
Benefits for all colleagues
- Career progression
We offer training programmes and opportunities for career progression at every stage of your career.
- Company culture
We have a culture of recognising our colleagues and putting our customers at the heart of everything we do.
We offer competitive salaries, opportunities for overtime and performance-related pay awards or bonuses.
- Health and wellbeing
We offer wellbeing programmes, access to a free digital wellbeing app and excellent health related benefits.
- Corporate Social Responsibility
We invest in charities that matter most to our colleagues, reduce our impact on the environment and add social value to the communities we serve.
- Equality and diversity
We are a Disability Confident Leader and an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate.
- Colleague satisfaction
We are committed to creating the best working environment for our colleagues and you’ll have the opportunity to have your say in our annual survey.
- Holiday and travel
We offer generous annual leave and lifestyle benefits.
Benefits for clinical colleagues
- Support with revalidation
We support you through the revalidation process and refund the annual costs of your professional revalidation.
What our people say
“I joined Remploy as a Branch Co-ordinator nearly 9 years ago and it has been a journey to where the company is in the current shape. During this time I was encouraged to move into a secondment role of a Recruiter, which then changed into a permanent role of an Employment Advisor. As my experience and expertise grew, my manager encouraged me to apply for a Lead EA role, where I would support the team in achieving their targets and deputise for the Business Manager.
Since then I moved into a Quality & Compliance Key Worker role, where I was providing internal quality assurance to all the teams in Scotland and working closely with the Business Managers to promote high quality and compliance standards at all times, also through training and coaching of the new and existing staff.
As this role progressed, recently I was offered a secondment role within the Central Services Team of the Quality Assurance Team headed by Senior Quality Assurance Partner Charlotte Berkeley, where I am currently supporting with a DWP File Retrieval Audit. This is a fantastic opportunity, where I can learn new skills and work alongside one of the teams whose work have a direct impact on the whole company.
I feel that my hard work, as well as getting involved in a number of national projects and taking on additional responsibilities had not gone unnoticed and I very much appreciate this opportunity, where I can contribute skills that I already have while learning brand new ones.”
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What our people say
“Since Joining Maximus in April 2019 I have had the pleasure of working with a great team of people who are dedicated to improving the quality of our customers lives.
Personally, I have been supported and encouraged to become the best version of myself by completing various training courses taking on additional responsibilities. With the support of my District Performance Manager, I applied for a promotion when the opportunity came along.
In August 2020 I was successful in applying for the Onboarding and Engagement Manager role and have been enjoying the role since September 2020.”