Care

These are our
care roles.

We know family can come from anywhere. At Bupa Care Homes, it’s our privilege to care for over 7,000 residents – treating each and every person as if they were part of our family. 

 A caring nature is something only some people possess. It comes from the heart and has remarkable results. It can be physically and emotionally demanding but it’s incredibly rewarding. 

Life working in
care.

As a carer, it’s no secret that you’ll need to have the natural ability to be empathetic and kind natured. You’ll make residents your top priority and go the extra mile to put a smile on their face. Not only will the residents become part of your life, you’ll become part of theirs. 

We never hold you back. Whatever your background, as long as you have a caring nature, you’ll be sure to flourish. 

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People

stories

Belief lets you do incredible things from all kinds of perspectives.

Individual personalities, unique stories – here’s what our people have to say.

Jenny

Senior Care Assistant

“I wanted to do something rewarding, something that was for other people. There are a lot of vulnerable people out there that need support – that need our support. To work in a place that is so fulfilling, making a difference to people’s lives on a daily basis, is just amazing."

Lynn

Domiciliary Care Assistant

“I treat residents like they were my own parents. I’m involved in their lives all the time. So it makes me feel like I am part of the family. Everyday brings something new in a care home, pulling on all sorts of emotions throughout the week, and I wouldn’t change it for the world.”

Michelle

Senior Care Assistant

“I used to work in sales but moved to the area and wanted something that would make me smile and enjoy my work. Now I work in a happy place where I want to be every day; the residents make me smile, it’s as simple as that! I honestly wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.”