There are lots of ways to join the BCHA team - from employment opportunities to volunteering projects

Our success is down to our people - staff and volunteers who are passionate and committed to making a difference every day.

Watch our video below to learn more about the work we do, and how you can help us to make a big difference to the lives of some very vulnerable people by working and volunteering for us.

We value what people can bring to the organisation. We recognise that people are multi-skilled and that there are many life skills that can be transferred into a career with us. We offer a supportive environment, with managers who really care about our customers and their staff.

We have a track record of attracting new recruits from similar sectors - and people who are changing the direction of their career and want to do what we do: help others.

We also offer plenty of opportunities to learn new skills and even gain qualifications. We are an Investor in People accredited organisation, and take the development of our staff very seriously.

To view our current vacancies, click here

We value our volunteers too 

We recognise the great value volunteers add. By volunteering with us, you can share your skills and experience. You may want to gain experience in our sector - or you may be looking at returning to work. If you have any questions about volunteering with BCHA, please call 01202 410500 or email volunteering@bcha.org.uk for more information.

What we look for:

  • For all positions we ask that you have a minimum of five GCSE’s including English and Maths, or have NVQ2 equivalent.
  • For apprentices we ask that you are aged 16 or over and are not in full time education.
  • More importantly we ask that you possess and live our values and have a passion for what we do.

Data Protection:

Personal data is collected to facilitate the recruitment process and used for anonymised recruitment reporting purposes. Data entered as part of an application is stored in the system and will be made available for the applicant to `re-use` as part of a future application. If the applicant is successful in their application, their personal information will be sent to the BCHA Group Workforce system.

Information held on the Group`s Workforce system will be used for the purposes of the Group`s legitimate interests and the performance of the employee`s contract of employment. For the purposes of the Data Protection Act, the Company Secretary is our Data Controller. 

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