Work for us

Passionate people at the heart of our care home

Asquith Hall is as much a warm and inviting home for our ladies and gentlemen as it is for our dedicated staff members. Joining our purpose-built care home will see you play no small part in the lives of our wonderful ladies and gentlemen, be it through care, management, nursing, housekeeping, maintenance, hospitality or administration.

To apply to be part of our team at Asquith Hall, please see our latest vacancies.

Staff rewards and benefits

We offer a range of staff benefits:

  • Competitive salaries & appraisal bonus
  • Fixed or flexible shifts 
  • 28 days holiday
  • Subsidised on-duty meals
  • On-site parking
  • Free DBS checks and uniforms
  • Extended specialised training programmes
  • Professional bi-monthly supervisions
  • In-house staff support
  • Induction programmes, continuous training and development
  • Auto-enrolled pension schemes
  • Shine like a Diamond award
  • Store discounts – Blue Light card
  • Wellness programme

What makes a brilliant carer?

We look for people who are dedicated and passionate with the desire to make a positive difference to the lives of our ladies and gentlemen.

Our staff deliver a 24-hour care service, seven days a week, across full-time, part-time and night shift positions. Part of their role includes developing empowering relationships with our ladies and gentlemen, understanding and acting upon their individual needs.

Who are we looking for?

You may not need prior qualifications or experience in the care sector to join our team at Asquith Hall. Instead, you offer opportunities to train and establish a career with us.

Above all, we look for:

  • Honesty
  • Empathy
  • Compassion
  • Respect
  • Strong work ethic
  • Inclusivity

Develop with us

Employment with Asquith Hall care home means completing a comprehensive induction programme while being supported by a mentor to grow your skills. You will also undergo regular, custom-made learning and development courses throughout your career to pursue personal and professional development, which can result in nursing and leadership qualifications.

Our ongoing supervision and appraisal system also ensures no hard work or achievements go unrecognised, helping you gain consistent progression.

Any member of our staff who has a workplace concern can report it via the Say So whistleblowing service.

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