At Bramley Care we pride ourselves in the standard of care we deliver. Bramley Care prides itself on being a Care Provider with a difference. We want to provide the very highest standard of care to all our clients, and to do that, we know we need to recruit and retain the very best Care Assistants. We hope that the support we provide to our loyal team of Care Assistants is second to none.
We also ensure that you are fully prepared for every client, whatever their needs. If you need additional training, we will provide it.
Is Bramley Care a good company to work for?
We certainly hope so. Bramley Care is a small, family-run business, consisting of two luxury residential care homes and a home care agency. At Bramley Care, we hold regular events to bring all our staff together (Covid-19 permitting), such as Christmas meals and summer barbecues. Each Christmas, all of our staff receive a fantastic Christmas hamper, we have regular awards for staff who have shown particular dedication, and we also offer bonuses and tokens to show our appreciation for hard work and loyalty.
Here are a few of the other benefits you will get if you work for Bramley Care:
· Free DBS check.
· Workplace pension.
· 20 days annual leave (pro rata), plus bank holidays.
· £300 Refer-A-Friend bonus scheme.
· Uniform provided free of charge.
· Shopping Discounts (via Perkpal).
Will Bramley Care support me in my career development?
At Bramley Care, as well as providing the very best standards of care and service to our residents and clients, staff development is extremely important to us. We offer a comprehensive training package to QCF Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care and encourage all our staff to study beyond this if they are keen to progress to management roles.
At Bramley Care we have a strong culture of staff training and improvement. Many of our staff have gained their career foundations with us and moved on to exciting jobs in the health sector, but we are also very keen to promote internally and encourage our Care Assistants to take on additional responsibilities, giving them opportunities for promotion to Senior Carer roles. Several of our Senior Managers have worked their way up from Care Assistant roles and as a result our staff retention is very high. Our commitment to staff development is vitally important to our ethos and is reflected in our CQC report and the feedback from our Investors in People accreditation.
I’m not sure if being a Care Assistant is right for me!
It takes a very special person to be a really good Care Assistant. We don’t care a jot about your age, your gender, your race or your religion. What matters to us, and to our clients, is that you have the right personal qualities for the job.