We’re always looking for people who care as much as we do. In return we’ll look after you too – offering excellent training opportunities, attractive terms and conditions and a long and rewarding career. Perhaps that’s why many of our staff care to stay with us as long as they do!
Applying for a post…
You can apply for the advertised posts online by clicking here or by downloading an application form.
If applying by post please remember to fill in the Job Title and Reference Number and place your Monitoring Form in a separate envelope along with your Application Form. Click here to see our current vacancies.
If you would like to send us your details to be put on file for future positions please download an application form for the relevant home from our downloads section, fill it in and post back to the details provided on the form, also remember to tell us what position you would be interested in.
Alternatively email your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hutchinson Care Homes at all times comply with the Access NI Code of Practice. A copy of which can be downloaded by clicking here.
At Hutchinson Care Home we encourage
Staff to Speak up when Care Fails
As nurses, we are always disheartened and disappointed to learn of new cases where patients haven’t been given the care they deserve.
We, as a profession, need to be very honest about the situation. We know, for example, that staffing levels have a direct impact on the quality of care provided to patients so it’s down to us to stand up and protect them and to managers to ensure the ratio is right.
At Hutchinson Care Homes staff should never feel there’s nothing they can do – there is. If any staff member sees care that they know isn’t good enough, they can report it.
Our whistleblowing hotline is here for all staff, is confidential and free to use. We came into this profession to care for patients, to offer hope, not despair. If you see something that you know isn’t good enough, we want to know. You can report concerns by clicking on this link…
Under the UK’s Modern Slavery Act 2015, we are required to publish a Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement for each financial year, describing what steps have been taken to address the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring in our own operations or our supply chain.
Modern Slavery Statement
Modern slavery encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking and forced labour. We have a zero tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking and are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. Our Modern Slavery approach reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and to implementing effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our organisation. In addition, we continue to review other relevant policies as we are aware of the need to identify and report modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains.
“At Hutchinson Care Homes we are very aware of our responsibility to our workforce and within the wider community. We have developed a Modern Slavery Statement to signal our desire and intent with regards to this very real problem in our society today. This statement is not just words on a piece of paper but is a very real cornerstone of our ethical and moral responsibility. We are delighted to be a provider of employment to many staff from overseas and thankful that our partners in this resourcing are also committed to the same values as Hutchinson Care Homes.”
Eddy Kerr – Managing Director
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