Work With Us Toward Independence for All

Homebridge Care Group are leading the way in equipping people with the skills to have fulfilling and rewarding careers in care. We invest in the people we employ, so they can enjoy an exciting career in supported living in Barking and Dagenham. You don’t need extensive experience – you just need a willing heart, a can-do attitude and the passion to make a positive difference. If you’re looking for care jobs in Barking and Dagenham, Homebridge Care Group have rewarding opportunities available across London.

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Contact our recruitment team to apply today, by calling 02082794039 or emailing now.

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Why Work With Us?

We offer you…

The chance to work in a supportive, rewarding environment, either on the front line or in management, an apprenticeship, internship or work experience. Whatever role you fill, you’ll be helping people to achieve their individual hopes and dream every day.

We support you…

In developing a fulfilling and rewarding career. We’ll provide a full induction, regular supervision and team and handover meetings that ensure every member of the team maximises their potential. You’ll develop your career, through different training mechanisms and our support.

We’ll also sponsor your National Vocational Training.


We reward you…

We’re a National Living Wage employer and believe in rewarding commitment to our care jobs in Barking and Dagenham. Your pay will scale with your qualification and time spent with the company. Staff are paid on a pro-rata basis, taking skill and experience into account.

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You can expect:

  • Pension scheme with incremental employee contributions.
  • Fully funded National Vocational Qualification.
  • Pension contributions by employer.
  • DBS and background checks paid for (any criminal history will be considered fairly).
  • Attendance Bonus – after a year of service, you’ll be rewarded with a discretionary shopping voucher.
  • Sick pay – you’re covered if you are unable to work.
  • HSF – Dental/Health Cover Scheme – you’ll be given the option to join.
  • Maternity/Paternity Support – we offer these pay strands to support you.
  • Annual Leave (Including Bank Holidays) – starting at 5.6 weeks and rising annually.


Frequently Asked Questions

Who are we?

HomeBridge Care Group provide supported living and floating support accommodation through our care jobs in Barking and Dagenham and at other locations around London.

Which client group do we provide care for?

We provide support for people with mental health problems, including those with complex and challenging needs. We also support those with forensic, drug or alcohol problems, those who are homeless or at risk of losing their homes, young people leaving care, as well as those recently released from prison or who are due to be released. If you think supported housing would be right for you or someone you care about, contact us for an assessment today!

How can I get support from HomeBridge Care Group?

If you are in contact with your Social Work department, you can request an assessment and you may be eligible for statutory support, including SDS. If you are not eligible or do not want to involve Social Work, you can pay for your support yourself. In either case, we will agree payment terms with you.

What is our approach to quality assurance?

We ensure that risks associated with the services are monitored, managed and that action is taken to mitigate them. The service complies with the main delivery terms determined in our Service Specification on our Home page, reflecting good practice and continuously providing value for money. We achieve the required outcomes for all service users, focusing on a strength-based and person-centred approach.

Are you Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered?

Our supported accommodation service is currently not subject to registration with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). However, we make sure our services meet the fundamental standards of quality, safety, and performance. These help people achieve their goals, in accordance with relevant regulatory bodies. Our Supported living services are also commissioned and regularly inspected by Local Authorities Quality Assurance teams.

What makes us good at what we do?

We work to identifying goals with each person and adopting a “do with” method, rather than “do for.” We are tenacious and do not give up on people. Our specially trained practitioners develop strong support relationships, break down barriers and positively persist with people, ensuring that they are informed, engaged, active citizens in their home and community.

What is your approach to Care Planning?

As a responsible provider, we offer all care jobs in Barking and Dagenham with an emphasis on personal relationships. We explore consent, active participation, risk assessments and an individual’s rights and wellbeing. We treat people with dignity, compassion and respect, while providing coordinated care and support.

How do you ensure staff promote personalised care planning?

We ensure that all staff read our company’s policies and procedures. These give them the knowledge to conduct their role within the boundaries of the law, CQC compliance and best practice.

As well as formal training and supervision, we spend time helping staff to reflect on the things that they have done well and those that they could do better. Through supervision, we encourage our staff to keep up to date with local activities, event groups and learning opportunities, sharing these with service users. That way, they have the chance to be part of the local community.

We employ staff with experience and a can-do approach, focusing on what matters to people. We give our carers the freedom to act creatively while supporting their service users in a way that works for them.

We ensure staff provide weekly 1:1 session to explore what matters most to the people we support. In addition, we support them on how to they can manage their health, keep safe and be part of the local community.

We ensure that staff see each service user as an individual, with their own abilities and unique strengths.

We also support our staff to improve their own knowledge, skills and understanding, by asking others to assess their work. This could be a manager, colleagues, or other professionals.

Our managers regularly assess staff skills, knowledge and understanding and ensure that they align with current standards. To do this, we look at what they have learned in the past and create a roadmap or Personal Development Plan to improve in the future. All staff have their own PDP, as agreed between themselves and their manager.

How do you measure, monitor, and review care plans in a person-centred way?

We use the “Recovery Model” tool, which is outcome-focused, to measure recovery progress. The outcome recovery tool helps us identify progress and changes in a user’s personalised care and support plan. We also ensure support plans are evaluated jointly with the service user every 3 months or whenever changes are needed. In addition, regular statutory reviews are organised and chaired by the person’s local authority of residence.

How do I make a referral?

To make a referral, please contact our Referrals Team:

Telephone: 02082794039