Brandon Trust, Olympus House, Britannia Road, Patchway,, BS34 5TA

Working at Brandon Trust

Brandon Trust was formed in 1994 by the merger of the Buttress Trust and the South Avon Housing Association. Today, we are an independent charity, supporting around 1,600 children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both.
Around 1.5 million people in the UK have a learning disability. Despite significant improvements in care and support in the last 20 years, people with a learning disability still experience significant inequalities.

" We’re thrilled that you are considering Brandon Trust as your next Employer! Working at Brandon Trust is a hugely fulfilling job. You’ll be able to make in a difference in someone’s life every day, work with our committed staff teams who truly live our values & invest in your development and skills. When you join Brandon Trust, you’re joining a dedicated team who love what they do and recognise, involve, equip, challenge & support each other. We live, work and play by these values, and we think it shows."
Charlotte Burton, Head of Resourcing at Brandon

Latest Job Offers by Brandon Trust

Support Worker - Forest of Dean Brandon Trust
Full time / Part time No experience needed
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Support Worker - Bristol Brandon Trust
Full time / Part time No experience needed
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Support Worker - Cornwall Brandon Trust
Full time / Part time No experience needed
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Support Worker - Winchester Brandon Trust
Full time / Part time No experience needed
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Others about us

"I’ve loved every single role that I’ve had at Brandon. I feel like I've always had a new challenge or something new to be excited about. I think the job is what you make it – you'll get out what you put in."

Donna

"I’ve loved every single role that I’ve had at Brandon. I feel like I've always had a new challenge or something new to be excited about. I think the job is what you make it – you'll get out what you put in."

“Being a support worker has definitely lived up to my expectations, and even exceeded them. I've settled in really well. It's a career you can come into at any time in your life – the ages of people on my team range from 21 to 60 and everyone brings something different.”

Robyn

“Being a support worker has definitely lived up to my expectations, and even exceeded them. I've settled in really well. It's a career you can come into at any time in your life – the ages of people on my team range from 21 to 60 and everyone brings something different.”

“I love my colleagues and my team leader is brilliant – they're all so supportive. If I had to describe my experience as a support worker so far, I would say that overall, it has been rewarding and inspiring.”

Stephen

“I love my colleagues and my team leader is brilliant – they're all so supportive. If I had to describe my experience as a support worker so far, I would say that overall, it has been rewarding and inspiring.”