As a trusted provider of exceptional and experienced healthcare professionals, we have the privilege of working with a long list of private and public sector clients. NHS Trusts, private hospitals, local authorities, private nursing homes, community packages, private mental health and learning difficulty units, supported tenancies, GP practices and medical device companies all feature on this list, giving our staff access to the very best opportunities (and pay rates) in the industry.
Working for Bradshaw Bretton
Our staff are our reputation that’s why we take the recruitment of every addition seriously. Working for Bradshaw Bretton is to work for a company who care, and our approachable and caring ethos along with excellent pay rates, additional training opportunities, flexible working hours and holiday pay are just some of the reasons why healthcare professionals choose us to represent them.
The qualifications required to register with and join the Bradshaw Bretton team vary from role to role. Care Assistants for instance do not require any formal qualifications but NVQ or Care Certificates in Care are highly desirable. We provide mandatory training for our staff free of charge so in many cases all you need is willingness and enthusiasm.
Regardless of the position you will be joining us in, all staff at Bradshaw Bretton are required to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. You can pay for your DBS check by debit card, credit card or PayPal via of website. After receiving your copy of the DBS report, please provide this to a member of our team.
Life at Bradshaw Bretton
Here at Bradshaw Bretton, we invest in our staff to ensure we provide high quality solutions for the health sector clients we work with. As a result, we supply access to mandatory and skills for care training courses.
Training provided includes Moving and Handling, First Aid, Health and Safety, Food Hygiene and Fire Safety, however courses vary from branch to branch. Training, apart from our Moving and Handling courses which must be completed prior to your start date, is undertaken during your induction period. If you have already completed these courses, a valid certificate must be presented. Up-to-date training may be required for some roles, particularly within the NHS, whilst further training that is relevant to your role will be supplied.
We couldn’t discuss agency life without mentioning working hours. At Bradshaw Bretton, working hours are flexible and you can choose to work contracts when you are available. Your availability will be requested by our team on a weekly basis and we will contact you to discuss roles that match your experience, qualifications and working hours.
Registering with us
Registering to join our growing network of healthcare professionals is easy. All you have to do is contact your nearest branch to speak to a member of our recruitment team. Our recruitment specialists will then inform you of any documentation you need to register and arrange an interview.