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At The Fremantle Trust, we believe our people are our biggest asset and we celebrate every single person’s individuality and uniqueness. We encourage continued development and learning to ensure we’re providing the highest standards of care possible, putting care and kindness at the heart of all we do.

With dedication and compassion, we strive to enhance the quality of life of everyone we support, which is why it’s so important for us to offer all of our employees a great place to work, filled with opportunity. We have roles within our care home services including older people and learning disabilities, in Buckinghamshire, as well as the surrounding area, including Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes.

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If you choose one of our care service jobs in Buckinghamshire, your journey will begin with a comprehensive induction programme delivered by our award-winning, in-house training team. Colleagues will support and encourage you every step of the way as you continue to develop your professional skills.

Care Training & Development Opportunities

We want to support you through every stage of your care career. Whatever your aspirations, our acclaimed training centre can provide you with the training and development you need to succeed.

We offer a wide range of qualifications and courses to aid your development and career in care, including CACHE qualifications and specialist awards, all the way through to Level 5 Management in Health and Social Care.

With flexible training schedules and your own personal qualified assessor, what could be easier?

Benefits of working at The Fremantle Trust

As if that wasn’t enough, we also offer all colleagues a range of benefits to make life just that little bit easier. After all, you look after our people, so it’s only right we look after you!

What we offer:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Generous holiday entitlement
  • Death in service benefit scheme, offering peace of mind for you, and your loved ones

  • Access to Credit Union, a provider of low-cost loans and easy savings schemes – promoting saving and dealing with debt and helping you to take control of your future
  • Refer-a-friend, a great way to earn extra money. There’s no limit on the amount of referrals you can make and you receive up to £1,500 for each new referral, so all that’s left is to think of ways you can spend the extra money

  • Access to the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), which offers support and resources to help you with personal and work challenges and/or concerns that may affect your personal wellbeing and/or work performance. It’s confidential and free to all colleagues (including relief workers).

    The EAP offers:

  • Confidential access to professional counsellors and work/life specialists who are available for “in-the-moment” assistance

  • Unlimited Freephone access 24 hours a day, every day of the year for personal and work-related issues

  • Up to six one-hour counselling sessions

  • Information services for any practical and day-to-day issues

  • Online counselling, supporting articles and wellbeing advice

Why join our care team in Buckinghamshire?

Our dedicated team of care workers choose to join our team for different reasons, including our work perks and values. Our team is full of professional and welcoming care workers who come together to strengthen and develop our care services. For us, our ultimate goal is to enhance the lives of those we provide care for but we are also committed to supporting the professional development of our staff. If you’re passionate about care services, we would love to have you onboard.

Find out what some of our employees think about working for The Fremantle Trust.

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