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Working for Us

Brunswick Care continues to welcome enquiries from Healthcare Assistants, Support Workers and Personal Assistants who are able to demonstrate the following qualifications, skills and personal qualities:

Professional Qualifications

  • A relevant professional qualification or a willingness to work towards this


  • An ability to provide high quality care and support 
  • An ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • Sound organisation skills
  • Sound communication skills including verbal communication and reading and writing
  • Sound observation skills
  • An ability to take direction whilst also being able to use initiative
  • An ability to follow an agreed care and support plan


  • A positive “can do” approach to work
  • Professionalism
  • A willingness to engage in reflective practice
  • Excellent professional boundaries
  • A commitment to personal and professional development
  • Integrity
  • Loyalty
  • A commitment to anti-discriminatory behaviour
  • Honesty
  • Adaptability
  • Physically and psychologically fit

Staff Training, Development and Support

In order to ensure that we provide the highest possible standard of care to our clients, we provide an intensive programme of staff training, development and support to our staff.

The main features of this are:

  • An intensive classroom based induction programme
  • A mandatory care certificate training programme covering specific specialist areas, such as medication administration, first aid, infection control, safeguarding adults and children and food hygiene which are then followed up with work place observations to ensure that you are confident and competent in each area
  • An individually tailored training and development plan
  • Field based mentoring – working with a senior Health Care Assistant during the induction period
  • A comprehensive handover when working with a new client
  • An annual appraisal
  • Attendance at our Reflective Practice Group at our head office to discuss work based issues and for support, new ideas and direction on good practice

All new staff are required to complete an intensive induction programme at our head office, which covers our principles of care, confidentiality, health and safety, safeguarding the needs of adults and children, our code of conduct, dealing with emergencies, anti-discriminatory practice, handling client money, report writing, staff development and support.

As part of the induction programme our staff receive mandatory training in the Care and Control of Medicines, Infection Control, Safeguarding Adults, First Aid, Fire Safety, Manual Handling, and Food Hygiene and complete a full Care Certificate training programme.

Staff working with children also attend an additional in-house course in working with children, ensuring that they understand the specific needs of children and are able to work safely and constructively with children who use our service.

Ensuring that our staff are competent and confident in carrying out their job is central to ensuring that we offer the highest possible care to the people who use our service. 


"Robust recruitment policies and procedures are in place and users of the service will benefit from a well supported, supervised and trained staff team, enabling them to fulfil their role"

- CQC Inspection Report


Should you be interested in working with us, please call our office on:

 01273 728 888