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Join our team and start making a positive, progressive difference in the lives of people with brain injuries.
We can’t stress enough the importance of having the right team members on board. And that includes you!
Thanks to our people, we can support people with brain injuries and neurological conditions.
We want you to be happy and fulfilled in your role, and we promise to do everything possible to support you.
Everyone who works at Brainkind will tell you it’s a brilliant, rewarding and challenging workplace. Here’s why:
We’re a team of compassionate, ambitious people working together to improve the lives of those who rely upon us. And we love seeing the difference we can make and the challenges that the people we support overcome.
As well as exciting, rewarding roles, Brainkind also offers a range of benefits to show how much we value each one of our team.
We offer 33 days of annual leave per year, with 38 days for some roles (including Bank and Public Holidays)*.
*Depending on the role, hourly paid staff can also take the opportunity to work extra hours and/or take time off in lieu.
A discretionary stakeholder payment scheme is in operation for all eligible staff.
All eligible employees will be automatically enrolled into our pension scheme. Details of contribution levels vary according to your role.
Upon joining, all employees will be registered with Perkbox, giving you access to discounts on supermarkets, shopping, restaurants, gyms and more.
Free life assurance cover is open to all employees, depending on the role level and after a short qualification period.
Brainkind operates a statutory and occupational sick pay scheme. For some roles, employees can join our private medical insurance scheme.
All our staff and immediate family members can access a free, confidential counselling service 24hrs a day, 365 days a year.
We’re committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive organisation. So, we offer a range of inclusive employment policies and staff engagement forums to support employees from all backgrounds.
For certain roles, we offer a car allowance.
Free parking is available at most of our locations.
We love rewarding staff who go above and beyond. Our staff awards take place every six months in individual and team categories.
We’re proud to have great staff who want to stay with us. Our Long Service Awards let us say ‘thank you’.
We give staff who use computers or need eye tests a Specsavers eye-care voucher and a spectacles voucher.
Lots of discounts for big names brands and places.
We have roles across the UK. Interested? Click on the link to find out more.
People with brain injuries have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network of hospitals, assessment and rehab centres, and community support services across the UK.