Guinness Care

We specialise in services for older people and people with learning disabilities, helping them to live as independently, happily and healthily as possible, and to encourage social connections in our communities.

We strive to be a great place to work, with employees who are passionate about what they do.

We make a difference by listening and responding to our customers’ needs, and our five values are at the core of our social purpose:

– Caring – Putting individual wellbeing at the heart of what we do
– Accountable – For the services we provide, and responsible for ourselves
– Respectful – Of individuality, privacy, and dignity
– Ethical and professional – Our reputation is key
– Dedicated – We want to exceed expectations

Every day is different

When you care, every day is different

Not only is a career in care secure, stable and flexible, it’s also incredibly diverse and rewarding! We believe wellbeing and independence go hand in hand and as a care giver, every day is an opportunity to make a difference to someone’s life.

If you’re someone who enjoys meeting new people or if you find that you are at your happiest when you help others, then a career in care might be just the right path for you.

Diversity and Inclusion

We are a ‘Top 20 Investors in People Silver Organisation’ and our goal is to be an inclusive employer. We believe everyone is responsible for creating a culture where our colleagues can be themselves, contribute openly, and feel they belong. We want to attract a diverse mix of talented people who have equal opportunities to learn, develop, and succeed. By harnessing the wide range of experiences and perspectives of our colleagues and customers, we will continue to deliver high quality, person-centred, and accessible services.

  • Our Anti-Racism Statement and Action Plan. Our Anti-Racism Statement and accompanying Action Plan sets out our commitment to combat racism in the UK. So far, we’ve made excellent progress on various aspects of the Action Plan including the expansion of D&I training and a new Race Fluency Toolkit to increase colleagues’ confidence when talking about race. We also invited award-winning storyteller, Alim Kamara, to deliver a bespoke digital performance to help teams learn more about black history and culture during Black History Month 2020 and increased the data we hold about the diversity of our workforce to help us better understand people’s experiences and inform a new recruitment strategy.
  • LGBT+ equality. We are proud sponsors of the LGBT Foundation’s Bring Dementia Out project, which has already supported over 500 people to attend educational webinars, including Guinness colleagues and other care and housing providers. To promote wider organisational learning and understanding, we encourage regular and meaningful conversations between our colleagues who share personal experiences, advice, and ideas.
  • Disability support and awareness. We are proud to have been reaccredited as a Disability Confident Leader in 2021, and we actively encourage our colleagues to share their expertise and experiences with us to help with improving people’s understanding of disabilities, including hidden disabilities.

 

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