Brandon Trust
Happiness score is 59 out of 100
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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Brandon Trust Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Sue Porto
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Link
    Brandon Trust website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 122 reviews and is evolving.



Support Worker in Clapham, Greater London
on 14 March 2022
Fun workplace
It was enjoyable as you get to support the people we support out in the Community and on holidays away from London. There is a lot of paper work to done and most of their service user are able to help themselves with minimql support
Support Worker in Cornwall
on 5 April 2022
Very Sly Company
Disgusting. They claim to be person centred but all they are concerned about is making themselves look good on paper. Understaffed and long hours. They expect you to bend over backwards when they need shifts covering but give nothing back. We even got a sly pay cut thismonth!! Selling us a fabulous new pay rise when all they were doing is giving in one hand and taking from the other. By all means work for this company if you enjoy feeling undervalued and over worked.
Team Leader in Oxford
on 17 February 2022
Supportive company to work.
- Management very supportive, doing their best to support staff, being flexible and understanding.-Company gives you many options to develop and improve your knowledge.- People supported being safe is a priority.
Support Worker in North Somerset, Somerset
on 30 January 2022
Unsupportive blame culture unfortunately become more and more common
Unfortunate that a good company allowed inexperienced managers to lose good quality staff. Between 2015 and 2018 this was the best company I had ever worked for. Unfortunately the last year tarnished my opinion of the company due to several instances where legal frameworks including Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty were overlooked and deemed not important and staff were reprimanded for contesting this.
Supported Living Worker in Oxfordshire
on 18 January 2022
Wonderful company to work for
I worked for Brandon Trust in Kidlington Oxfordshire, unfortunately i had to leave for personal reasons and it made me very sad. The company as a whole were fantastic, management very professional and actually cared! I miss everyone and if the opportunity arises for me to work for them again, i wouldn’t hesitate.Thankyou Brandon Trust

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Mainly about what care work you have been involved in

Shared on 9 September 2018

If you preparing to telephone screening or interview. There will questions around the practical aspects of the role. For example, a support worker:- what do you understand would be your daily task's/duties. What is important to consider when supporting someone in their own home. etc etc However the main priority for Brandon Trust is the values. They are looking for staff who genuinely want to help people with learning disabilities live a fulfilled life.

Shared on 4 September 2018

It depends how desperate they are to get staff, noedays very desperate.

Shared on 25 June 2018

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