Work for us

Our staff are at the very heart of our home at Belle Vue Court

Our experienced team are loyal in supporting our ladies and gentlemen and aiding them to get the most out of life, no matter their circumstances.

To apply to be part of our team at Belle Vue Court, please see our latest vacancies.

Staff rewards and benefits

We offer a range of staff benefits these include:

  • Competitive salaries & appraisal bonus
  • Fixed or flexible shifts with paid breaks
  • 28 days holiday
  • Subsidised on-duty meals
  • On-site parking
  • Free DBS checks and uniforms
  • Extended specialised training programmes
  • Professional bi-monthly supervisions
  • In-house staff support
  • Induction programmes, continuous training and development
  • Auto-enrolled pension schemes
  • Shine like a Diamond award
  • Store discounts – Blue Light card
  • Wellness programme


What makes a great carer?

An optimistic, can-do attitude, patience, flexibility, and great communication skills are some of the attributes we look for when employing at our care home.

A great carer is someone with a kind-hearted nature who is eager about engaging and bonding with working age or older adults living with dementia and complex care needs.

Our staff provide 24 hour services, 365 days a year, across full-time, part-time and night shift positions.

Our ideal team member

Prior experience or qualifications aren’t necessarily needed to obtain a career in care. Above all, we are looking for:

  • Honesty
  • Empathy
  • Compassion
  • Respect
  • Strong work ethic
  • Inclusivity

Develop with us

By becoming part of the team at Belle Vue Court and Towerview Care family, your learning and career progression will be supported by our continuous programme of training and development. We encourage staff to share knowledge, experience and their passions so that teams can learn and grow together. 

Alternatively, you can send your CV and covering letter to

If the job you are looking for is not listed, or you have any questions regarding roles, please contact our registered manager or matron here.

Any member of our staff who has a workplace concern can report it via the Say So whistleblowing service.

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