Fulfilling and rewarding jobs in specialist care

Why join us?

With a collective dedication and passion for care, we deliver outstanding support for every person who needs us, wherever they are on their journey.

A long-standing trusted partner to the NHS and local care commissioners, we’re relied upon for our ability to take on some of the most complex cases nationally and deliver positive outcomes. As a team we care for people who are facing tough challenges and need the greatest level of support. It is what we do, and we do it well, together.

We’re looking for people who thrive in this type of care environment, who aren’t afraid of a challenge and get a genuine sense of personal achievement and reward from helping people in need.

Careers with us

Support Workers and Rehab Assistants

Our Support Workers are positively caring and show dedication and commitment every day. That's why we encourage them to follow a career path of their choice at Huntercombe.

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General Nurses and Mental Health Nurses

Our Huntercombe nurses believe in better and are open-minded, creative and adaptable. We support them to grow in their knowledge and expertise.

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Doctors and Consultants

Our doctors and consultants are specialists: clinical and people experts. We all work together to find solutions.

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All other roles

We also offer many other career opportunities including all central and support functions and many other roles not listed here.

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Have a question?

Get in touch with our recruitment team on
0333 660 5555 or recruitment@huntercombe.com

We have a wide range of full time and flexible roles working with adults, young people and children across our network of specialist hospitals, rehabilitation centres and residential homes in England and Scotland, including:

  • Support workers
  • Registered General Nurses or Mental Health Nurses
  • Rehabilitation or healthcare assistants
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Care administration

If a clinical role is not for you, we also have many different support services roles.  Roles include housekeeping, catering, maintenance, administration and central support team roles such as HR,  business development and finance.  Whether your role is clinical or not, you will still feel part of our Huntercombe team and enjoy making a difference to the lives of the people we care for.

Whatever your area of interest and stage of career, we’re confident they’ll be a role to suit you at one of sites. We welcome and promote diversity, providing an inclusive environment that celebrates our individualities. Whatever your background, we welcome your application.

If you’re looking for a career in specialist care that’s highly rewarding, hands on, people-focused and founded on empathy, passion and commitment then we’d love to hear from you.

Deliver life-changing care and develop your career with us. Find your role today.

or call us on 0333 660 5555 or email careers@huntercombe.com

Join our talented, dedicated team and deliver life-changing support that helps people to live happier, more independent lives.

As one of the country’s leading providers of specialist mental health, neurological and complex care services we can promise you a fulfilling and challenging career within a supportive and collaborative organisation that makes a real and lasting difference to people’s lives.

We’re recruiting for roles across our services :


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Adult Mental Health

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Brain Injury and Neurological Care

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Adult Learning Disabilities and Autism

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Children’s Complex

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Personal and rewarding roles

Through expert care and empathy, you’ll be able to help people improve and recover, and take positive steps forward. You’ll see people leave our services in a much better way than when they arrived, able to live happier and more independent lives. And if you’ve worked with us for a while, you’ll see young people come back as adults with jobs and children of their own.

For those people for whom recovery is not possible, you can still do small things that make a big difference to someone’s life. By simply listening to someone and spending time with them you can help them feel safe and reassured, and showing compassion and kindness creates a lasting memory for someone who is unwell.

'We believe that caring for the most vulnerable is about much more than just meeting their clinical and functional needs - it needs to be personal too'.


specialists in care. believers in people.

The wellbeing of our colleagues is just as important to us as the wellbeing of our patients and residents. We believe in creating a supportive community that provides the same encouragement and empowerment that we offer our patients, day in, day out.

We believe in each person’s ability, and we aim to support all our colleagues to learn and grow with us, providing a platform where they can improve and excel. By focusing on progress and continually improving everything we do, we strengthen the care we provide today and shape the future of care tomorrow.

'By believing in better we support our patients, residents and colleagues to achieve more every day'

Pay & Benefits

We want the best people to work with us and we believe our committed colleagues deserve rewarding packages that recognise positive contribution.

Learning & Development

With over 30 years’ knowledge and experience in providing specialist care services, the learning and development we provide is among the best in the sector.

We’re really proud of our learning culture at Huntercombe. Investing in our colleagues to help them grow, develop their skills and achieve more within a supportive community is central to our vision and beliefs.