WLM has been working in the community in London since 1887.
Our people are the heart of what we do. We have recently embarked on developing an asset-based approach in partnership with Mayday Trust building on our work embedding recovery and psychologically informed approaches.
Generous holiday 27 days plus bank holidays
Financial Support for a work-related qualification
Health and Wellbeing
Confidential Employee Assistance Programme
Eye Care Voucher Scheme (for eye tests & contribution to glasses)
Occupational Health Services
Generous Occupational sickness pay
Interest-free season ticket loan
Bike to Work Scheme
Group Personal Pension (5% contribution from WLM)
Social and Organisational Events
Let’s Hang Out
End of Year Celebrations
We are committed to recognising and valuing difference and seeking to redress inequality and disadvantage. All team members have a duty to act in accordance with our DEI policies. Through our staff forum we are working to build on our strategy in this area.
We cherish the fact that WLM is a mixed community made up of people from a wide range of backgrounds and we see this as a core expression of our inclusive Christian ethos.
We realise that equality and diversity is important to many people who are thinking about applying for a job with WLM. The relationship between faith and inclusivity can be very complex and challenging. WLM is committed to being open and transparent and not having any hidden agendas. You can find more on our inclusive Christian Ethos.
WLM Katherine Price Hughes (KPH)
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