We are one of the UK’s leading care and support providers. Join our team to help people live safe, happy and independent lives.
Operating in 16 local authority areas, we manage over 2,500 homes providing care and support services to thousands of customers. You can be part of our expertise and experience in providing services and homes to support independence for people with a range of needs.
Our services include:
- Sheltered housing for older people
- Extra care housing with self-contained accommodation and 24-hour personal contact from a team of trained staff
- Supported housing for vulnerable young people, young parents and people with disabilities
- Domestic abuse services
- Homeless facilities or accommodation
- Care services for older people living in their own homes
- Inclusive activities for older people including drop-in sessions and full day services with care provision
- Catering services providing nutritional, home-cooked food.
Why work for us?
We want you to belong.
A diverse workforce makes us better so in care & support we recognise that everyone plays a part. We give you opportunities to input and innovate at all levels. Feeling that you belong in our team is important to us and you’ll receive an incredible amount of support from your colleagues.
We want you to be rewarded.
You’ll be making a lasting difference to people’s lives every day in a career that’s a vocation. We’ll pay you a competitive salary with excellent terms and conditions for the sector and offer additional rewards to people who perform at a consistently high level. You’ll receive a national certificate following a 12-week training programme.
We want you to grow
Personal growth is different for everyone. We provide training, learning and development especially if we’ve identified you as a talented person we want to nurture. In a big organisation there’ll be chances to apply for mentoring and opportunities to develop new skills and knowledge.
We want to support you
We’re a caring organisation that provides a positive working environment. You’ll have regular support from your manager both in one-to-ones and in team meetings. There are also opportunities to hear from your senior management team and ask questions.
We have more information on working at A2Dominion.
Meet your care & support colleaguesWe spoke to some of our people to ask them why they love working at A2Dominion and what makes them stay.
Nicki, Independent Domestic Violence Adviser
Why do you stay at A2Dominion?
For the first time in my life, I feel like I have a career.
I absolutely love the job, feel really valued by my colleagues and I’m part of a great team. I feel like I make a difference to my clients’ lives and that's a massive bonus for a job, that I love anyway.
It's challenging, I'm not going to deny it's a challenging job but the rewards are amazing: knowing that I'm reducing the risk of further harm of abuse is just an amazing reward.
I find A2Dominion great employers. They offer ongoing training to helps us reach our full potential and there are opportunities if we want to move up the ladder as well.
You can join monthly Zoom meetings with the directors from our area to be kept in the loop with what's going on in the wider teams.
Do you feel supported at A2Dominion?
I've never worked with a team of colleagues who are so dedicated and committed to providing the best service for our clients. As a team we support each other through the lows, and celebrate the highs together.
We also get clinical supervision monthly. It’s key as we are frontline with domestic abuse. It gives us an opportunity to come together as a team and talk about any issues. It's a confidential space so whatever is discussed doesn't go any further.
A2Dominion also offers staff an employee assistance programme. It's a free service and they offer counselling which I have used in the past. It’s a great benefit because counselling is very expensive so to have that provided by your employer is brilliant. I can't fault the support; I've been here for five years now and I just find it amazing.