Skip to main content

Job Details


Seacroft Grange

Seacroft, Leeds,



Apply Online

Back to careers page

Music and Wellbeing Support

Music and Wellbeing Assistant

Are you passionate about improving the health & wellbeing of older people?

Do you have a passion for Music ?


We are looking for someone to work in the Wellbeing Teams at Springfield HealthCare ensuring it is a lead provider of appropriate physical, mental activity and health improvement services in our  homes.


Job purpose:

To develop and manage an innovative programme of musical activities and other events  that improve the health and wellbeing of the people who live in our home , especially those who are older, who  have communication difficulties, emotional distress and  long term health conditions including dementia.


You will work with our Wellbeing and Lifestyle Team Leader to deliver a programme of innovative and fun personalised one to one and group musical activities.  You will also be required to do other activities with the wellbeing team which offer enrichment and fulfilment to our residents.



Main responsibilities

  • To motivate the residents to participate in group and individualised programmes of music activities to maintain wellbeing.
  • Prepare and deliver musical classes that allow residents to learn new skills and develop/support their interest in music and other forms of art.
  • Planning and delivering musical performances.
  • Develop individual musical playlists for residents.
  • Develop and implement individual musical plans for frail residents who cannot attend group music activities.
  • To keep accurate records of the programmes which have been delivered.
  • Work cooperatively and efficiently with other team members, and support and develop them to feel confident in carrying out individualised programmes.
  • Respond effectively to emergency situations.



  • 24 hours a week
  • 6 hour day shifts
  • Will include some weekend working



  • Delivering musical activity programmes 1 year (Required)
  • Music skills with an instrument or the voice
  • working a care environment  ( desirable)


  • Qualification in Music Facilitation or equivalent.
  • Care Certificate – can be completed in house

Apply Online

Get in Touch

Contact us for more information or to book an appointment with one of our friendly and professional team. Or fill in the form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

You can also give us a call on 0113 287 6789
or email

Arrange a visit

Your data will only be used for the purpose of this enquiry, for more information about how data is dealt with, please visit our Privacy Policy page

We use cookies to insure that we give you the best experience on our website. Click here for more information. Got it