If you share our values and are talented and ambitious, we want to hear from you. We employ more than 12,500 staff throughout the UK and maintain Investors in People status.
The variety of work on offer is broad and includes a range of professional, managerial, technical, nursing, care, customer service, maintenance and administrative roles.
Why work for us?
As part of our commitment to making Sanctuary a great place to work, we offer a comprehensive reward and benefits package addressing health and welfare, income security and retirement needs, including:
an attractive pension scheme
health and wellbeing plans
discounted products and services
personal advice and counselling
family-friendly working with excellent maternity and paternity provision
- flexible, hybrid working where possible within the role
- tax efficient benefits
- learning and development opportunities
- generous annual leave
- a free DBS if you need one for your job
Further details of our excellent benefits will be sent to successful candidates.
Learning and development opportunities
The Sanctuary Learning Academy provides effective and high-quality learning opportunities throughout the organisation, supporting our employees to achieve their ambitions and enabling the Group to meet its business objectives.
We offer a wide range of management and leadership workshops, courses and programmes, business-specific training and bespoke e-Learning, developed and delivered by our in-house training teams.
We're committed to nurturing the potential of our people. We also deliver an award-winning apprenticeship scheme, highly successful graduate programme, and have a dedicated team which assists staff in a range of qualifications.
Commitment to gender equality charter
Sanctuary Group has signed up to the Tech Talent Charter, a commitment to encourage gender diversity in the technology sector.
The signing sees Sanctuary join a host of national and international businesses and organisations in making a commitment to tackle gender imbalance in technology roles.
Only 17 per cent of technology workers in the UK are female and while women make up 33 per cent of Sanctuary’s technology workforce, by joining the Charter, Sanctuary is committing to support attraction, recruitment and retention practices to increase the diversity of its workplace.