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We are recruiting for Full Time, Part Time and Live in Carer positions, in the Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire, Bristol and Birmingham Areas. A Full comprehensive training and induction program is available in Dementia, Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Autism, ABI, and Complex Clinical Care.

Excellent benefits inc: Enhanced Bank Holiday Pay, Free Uniforms and Recommend a Friend Scheme.

Successful applicants will be required to provide an enhanced CRB. Expense will be met by applicant and employer'.

Please Contact Tel: 0117 956 7491 (South West) 0121 200 8930 (West Midlands) or Email:

We are also recruiting in the Gloucestershire area for Mental Health and Learning Disability Support Workers.

Kensington is an Equal Opportunities Employer, committed to ensuring that the talents and resources of all our employees are utilised to the full. As such, the Organisation is committed to adopting, implementing and monitoring a Policy of Equal Opportunities for all employees to ensure a total absence of discrimination in the work-place and that equal opportunities do genuinely exist. The Organisation aims to provide a service to our clients, and employment conditions for our staff, which are relevant, responsive and sensitive.

Implementation and management of this Policy is the responsibility of the Domiciliary Care Services Manager. It is the objective of this Policy that there shall be no discrimination towards employees on the grounds of any of the following parameters:

  • race or ethnic origin
  • nationality
  • heritage
  • creed, religion or belief (ref. requirements of The Employment Equality (Religious Belief) Regulations, 2003)
  • age
  • social class
  • colour
  • political affiliations or beliefs
  • disability or impairments (ref. requirements of The Disability Discrimination Act, 1995)
  • marital status
  • parenthood
  • sexual gender
  • sexual orientation (ref. requirements of The Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations, 2003)
  • employment status
  • unrelated criminal convictions
  • HIV status
  • trade union activities
  • commitments as a carer or responsibility for dependants

In this respect, employees with disabilities will only be prohibited from positions where the job duties involve activities which would make it impossible or inherently hazardous to perform.

For employee recruitment and selection, to eliminate possibilities of discrimination or prejudice prior to interview, employment application forms do not include questions concerning race or ethnic origin, creed, colour, religion, political affiliation, parenthood or sexual orientation. Thereafter, employee selection criteria will proceed purely according to the merits and abilities of the candidate to perform the tasks and duties listed in the relevant Job Description. Employee recruitment and selection procedures are regularly reviewed to ensure that the elements of this Policy are maintained.

The Organisation provides facilities for any employee who believes that he or she has been treated unfairly within the scope of this Policy to address the matter through a documented and established Grievance Procedure.