We’re passionate about our values and what we do. We’re looking for like-minded individuals to join our team and stay for a rewarding career.


Working for R.E.A.C.H.

We are all about people, supporting our residents and our team to achieve their full potential.

We offer excellent opportunities for Training and Career Development and a comprehensive Benefits package.

We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and vibrant workplace. Click to read our Equal Opportunities Policy.

Training and Career Development

We offer job specific training and opportunities to attain recognised qualifications in Health & Social Care.

Read our Training Policy and Training Highlights here

Many of our senior team started as support workers (directors included) and we value everyone’s development and will do what we can to help support your growth.

We are committed to Safeguarding the vulnerable people in our care and our team receive ongoing Safeguarding training.


As well as providing meals at work, generous holiday package and statutory pension plan, we’ve teamed up with Blue Light Card to offer:

  • Superb discounts on treats such as restaurants and cinema tickets
  • Savings on supermarket, high street and online shopping
  • Free mobile phone insurance
  • Employee Support Hub with free advice and counselling 24/7

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  • What shift patterns are available?

    Support staff rota is split into either day or night shift. A day shift is either an early or late start with both at 7 ½ hrs in length. Night shift (wake) is 10 hrs.

    Majority of our team are full time however we are happy accommodate part time where available.

  • Can you tell me more about the job?

    Yes, feel free to call us on 01753 888688 and we will be happy to advise on the various roles within our homes.

  • Can we work specified days/hours?

    We do require staff to fulfil their specified number of hours but there is a level of flexibility within the shift patterns as we want to accommodate however be fair to all.

  • Does the work involve doing personal care?

    The support worker role generally involves personal care based on the required needs of each individual.

  • Would I need to go out and about?

    Yes, each home organises plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy, from theatre trips, holidays, fishing, golf, days out, cinema… etc

  • What benefits does the Company offer?

    Please look at our benefits section to see what we offer.

  • What is the interview process?

    Once we have reviewed your application and invited you to interview we will ask you to come meet us at the specific home. During the first interview process we will ask you various questions about yourself, your interests, your understanding of the role, how you want to develop and your experience. This will be split between verbal and in writing. If successful you will be invited to a second stage interview where you would meet residents and the team.

  • How soon can I start?

    This varies case by case, but please take into account the time frame additions of getting the required pre employment checks (DBS & references).

How can we help you today?

Feel free to contact us with any queries you may have and we will be sure someone gets back to you

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