The Abbeyfield Perth Society Ltd.


  • Staff and recruitment
  • Volunteers

The home employs a manager, senior charge nurse, charge nurses, team leaders, care assistants, administrator, catering and domestic staff. All are employed through a safe recruitment process including PVG checks. If you would like to work in Viewlands House please either download the application form to complete and return to Viewlands House for the attention of the manager or alternatively, check out for our current vacancies.


We are currently recruiting for


Full and Part Time Care Assistants - Various hours are available. As a Care Assistant, you will be part of the team maintaining high standards of care and service towards our residents, their relatives, visitors and other members of staff. You will be providing a range of personal and practical care to our residents.

Skills and Experience Required:

  • SVQ Level 2 in Health & Social Care
  • Caring and sensitive to the needs of others
  • Able to communicate effectively
  • Able to provide emotional and social support
  • Committed to providing a high standard of care, promoting dignity and respect


Bank care assistants and bank nurses.


Please complete and return our Application Form. Successful candidates will have a satisfactory PVG record, become a member of SSSC, have SVQ2 or above, or be willing to undertake SVQ 2 and will be required to provide two references. We offer good rates of pay, free Death in Service Benefit, together with a contributory pension scheme and a sick pay scheme. 

Employment Application Form

Employment Application Form for Registered Nurses and Team Leaders



There are various volunteering opportunities at Viewlands House.

We have a board of Trustees who hold quarterly meetings as part of the management of the home and many of the Trustees also take on some additional responsibilities. Our "Friends of Viewlands" volunteers are essential to help create a homely, welcoming atmosphere. They provide many extra services for the residents e.g. a trolley shop, art classes, assist with outings, etc.  

We also welcome young people who are participating in the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, or who wish to gain some volunteering experience to aid in their future careers. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

We are always happy to have volunteers join our group, and at the moment we are specifically recruiting for a Treasurer

Volunteer Application Form


© 2019 The Abbeyfield Perth Society Ltd.
Member of the National Abbeyfield Society, under the royal patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales KG, KT, GCB

Registered Office: 2 Tay Street, Perth, PH1 5LJ
Industrial & Provident Society 1901R (S) An exempt Scottish charity (SC008993)