Office Based Roles

Our Bright Carers are supported by an outstanding team of office staff who are responsible for the smooth day-to-day running of our business. You can see more about us all on the Our People page.  As and when office-based vacancies arise, we’ll post them below.

What Makes Bright Care Different

Bright Care is a dream team. Everyone is all-in and positioned for their greatest contribution – this is what makes us different.

It’s because of this, we’re able to provide our first-class and premium in-home care for the elderly, and in turn, create a solution to the ultimate dream for sons and daughters. We know that with the right foundations and resources, their parents can live out their later years, with dignity and security, in the comfort of their own homes.

There are some other things that makes us different too:

  • We are for self-funding families. By choosing not to engage with council services, it means we offer our clients a fully bespoke and premium service.
  • We are regulated. This means we are regularly reviewed by regulatory bodies for health and social care services. It provides peace of mind for our clients and their families.
  • We provide a fully-managed service. This means we take the stress out of managing care provision for family members, so they can spend more quality time as a family.
  • We excel at supporting elderly people. By only focusing on this group, we have become experts in elderly care.
  • We focus on relationships. With visits from two hours or more, we place huge importance on building quality and meaningful relationships. We know that having a consistent face is imperative to providing premium care.
  • We go the whole way. We don’t believe in remaining at home ‘for as long as possible’. Instead, with the right foundations and resources, we believe it possible for elderly people to live out their days with dignity and grace in the comfort of their own homes.

Our Values

We have honest conversations. Through embracing transparency, openness and straightforwardness, we pursue truthfulness with each other.

We are learners. We realise that we’re not finished products and are eager to grow and better ourselves. Humility lies at the heart of this.

We give freely. Generosity comes in all shapes and sizes, and whether it be time, resources, or expertise, we give, share and pay things forward as one family.

We are interdependent. We don’t function in discrete at home at work units. We live our lives alongside each other. We work unitedly, bringing our best everyday, knowing that our colleagues have our back.

We are self-aware. We know our strengths and blind spots and reflect on our own processes to evaluate, build character, and make good decisions.

We seek long-term relationships. Loyalty is important to us; as are great endings. Join us once and begin the journey.

Current Vacancies

Care Manager, Guildford

We’re seeking an experienced Care Manager to work alongside our existing team and progress to heading up and growing our newest branch in Guildford.

Hours Of Work: This is a permanent full-time contract, and you’ll be required to participate in the on-call rota too. This is an office-based role, but in equal measure, you’ll be required to be in the field, attending community, client, and staff engagements.

Salary: £30,000

To Apply: Please send a covering letter that references the Care Manager Role Specification and reflects upon your suitability for this role, and your CV to our Director of Central Operations, Lindsay McClive at

Care Manager Role Specification

Care Operations Assistant, Glasgow

We’re looking for someone to provide administrative support for our award-winning company. 

Our next Care Operations Assistant needs to be someone with proven astuteness; experience providing high-calibre administrative and operational support; has bags of enthusiasm for instilling industry-standard excellence; and has a strong vision for both personal and company development.

The Care Operations Assistant will work alongside our Glasgow team, supporting the day-to-day operational functions of this branch.

Hours Of Work: This is a permanent full-time contract.

Salary: £18-20,000

To Apply: Please send a covering letter that references the Role Specification and reflects upon your suitability for this role, and your CV to our Registered Branch Manager, Gemma Chabinga at

Care Operations Assistant Role Specification

Registered Branch Managers, South East England

In the summer 2019, we’re launching into England and we’re looking for Registered Branch Managers to take the helm of our newest England offices. We’re looking for exceptional candidates in the following areas: Eastbourne, Chichester, Tonbridge, Newbury, Chelmsford, Oxford, Esher, Bishop’s Waltham and Guildford. You can find out more about the roles here.

Hours Of Work: This is a permanent full-time contract.

Salary: £35-45,000

To Apply: To find out more about the role, we’d encourage you to get in touch with Tim Cocking, Managing Director, on his mobile: 07956173473. In some instances, it may be possible to meet face to face. Alternatively, you can send a covering letter and CV to

Bright Carer, All Locations

Looking to join our team as a Bright Carer? Please follow this link.