Become part of something more

We are proud of the good we do and the difference we make every day. If you share our passion and want to be part of something more, we are where you want to be.

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Equal Opportunities

Equality and diversity are central principles in all we do at Brunelcare. We are proud to be an inclusive partner of BME Jobs, LGBT Jobs, and Disability Jobs. As an equal opportunities employer, we aim to foster a culture of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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Find the answers to some commonly asked questions about working at Brunelcare on our FAQs page.


Why join Brunelcare?

I enjoy working at Brunelcare; there are many development opportunities.

Stacey Byles Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Stacey Byles, Marketing and Communications Coordinator

I have been working with Brunelcare for 20 years. There is so much room for growth, progression, and career development.

Deanbert Abay Senior Nurse, Deerhurst Care Home

Deanbert Abay, Senior Nurse.

I just enjoy it- Brunelcare is like my family. I have been with Brunelcare for 24-years.

Debra Millard Unit Care Lead, Saffron Gardens care home

Brunelcare to me isn’t like a job; I enjoy working here so much.

Monika Szwolko Housekeeping Supervisor, Saffron Gardens care home

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Life at Brunelcare

Sandra Payne MBE.

15th Mar 2022

“Getting to the career level I am as a woman was very significant for me”

As part of Women's History Month we spoke to Sandra Payne MBE, Director of Nursing & Care Services, who has devoted nearly 30 years to Brunelcare.

Phil Scales and his client Geoffrey.

14th Apr 2022

“I told Brunelcare they were the only family I had”: Phil Scales’ story

After receiving visits from our South Gloucestershire team for eight years, Phil was offered a full-time role with Brunelcare and couldn't be happier.

Fama Diop, Nurse at Deerhurst care home.

14th Oct 2021

“I am proud to be a black woman living in the UK”: Fama’s story

This Black History Month, Fama shares her story of moving from West Africa to the UK, and her journey to becoming a nurse at Deerhurst care home.