At Coppice Care, we understand that the recruitment of committed, high quality staff are crucial to the delivery of dignified, person-centred services. Our service supports people with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and acquired brain injuries.

While the work may be challenging at times, it also offers opportunities for rewarding, long-term careers in care as well as flexibility for people who may not want a full-time position or traditional working hours.

For our support worker roles, we are happy to receive applications from people interested in a career in care but who have no previous experience. Our senior support worker and management roles are open to applicants from suitably qualified applicants.

We have in place a robust recruitment and selection process, which includes full referencing and checks with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), created in 2012 from the merger of the Criminal Records Bureau and the Independent Safeguarding Authority.

We provide comprehensive induction training, as well as an ongoing learning and development programme and service user-specific training to meet assessed needs. We support all our staff to gain the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) Health and Social Care Diploma qualifications.

As well as developing the skills and knowledge of our team, we offer salaries that compare favourably with others within the sector and the benefits of working for a friendly, forward-thinking company that really values staff and embraces a culture of dignity throughout the organisation.