Health and Social Care Partnership

Health and Social Care Partnership

If you want to love living your life, come join us in Argyll and Bute.

Job vacancies

Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) brings together a wide range of health and social care services across Argyll and Bute. 

Services locally are provided by the HSCP or are purchased from the Independent and Third Sector.  We welcome people with a range of skills and experience.

To give you a flavour of living and working in Argyll and Bute, some of our staff have created the videos below to give you their personal experience of working for the Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership.

For more information on our current vacancies in the health sector:

For social work / social care vacancies:

Find out more about living and working in Argyll and Bute
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What is it like to work for the Health and Social Care Partnership in Argyll and Bute?

Hear Helene’s story of moving from South Africa to Lochgilphead to work as a physiotherapist at Mid Argyll Community Hospital.

“Moving from South Africa to Argyll, my expectations were open spaces, beautiful nature, Scotland at its most beautiful. And I can tell you that it delivered on every single point and more. If you like spending time in nature, being extreme or just spending time, I can’t think of a better place to be. Its a wonderful environment to live and work in.”

Find out more about the work of the Technology Enabled Care Service in Argyll and Bute, in this video from Euan Graham, a Technology Enabled Care Equipment Technician, based in Helensburgh but working all over Argyll and Bute and in partnership with agencies and services to help people stay safe in independent in their homes.

Stephen Harper, Team Leader for Adult Care Social Work, and Silvio Gigante, Social Worker, talk about their job roles in Mid Argyll.

Linda tells us about her move to Argyll and Bute and her work in Oban as an Allied Health Professional.

Alison McGrory, Associate Director for Public Health, and Kristin Gillies, Head of Strategic Planning, Performance and Technology, tell us about their experiences of living in Argyll and Bute, and working for the Health and Social Care Partnership

I feel welcome, I feel safe, everything is available. I feel healthy and I feel free living here

Helene Verbeek