Work with us
Why work for us?
Here at Sirona care & health, we like to Take it Personally. From our clinical teams to those working in our support and corporate services, everyone has the opportunity to help make a real difference to the lives of the adults and children we support across our local communities. We are always looking for people who share our core values to join our teams in our Adults and Children’s Services, working across South Gloucestershire, Bristol and North Somerset.
Careers at Sirona
We actively promote equality of opportunity for all and aim to employ a workforce that reflects the communities we serve. Our career opportunities are varied and diverse, offering defined development routes for staff. View our current vacancies below to see what a career at Sirona could look like for you.
We believe strongly that our people should be vaccinated wherever possible as at any time any one of us may come into contact with individuals in our care. It’s part of our Taking it Personally approach to do our best to protect ourselves, our loved ones, our colleagues and our communities. Therefore, we would encourage people joining us to be vaccinated unless they have a valid medical exemption.
We are a Disability Confident Employer. We guarantee an interview to any applicant who has a disability and who meets the minimum criteria for the role.
We are a fantastic choice for people considering a move to the UK and a career in healthcare.
We value the positive difference a diverse workforce can bring and offer great training and development across all areas. We want to help ensure colleagues can achieve their career goals within a caring and supportive environment.
Watch our international recruitment video, where some of our newest international recruits give their experience of moving to the UK and working with us.
We recognise your need for flexibility to balance home and work commitments. In supporting such flexibility, we hope to enhance your well-being at work by tailoring opportunities to fit around you – and make juggling the demands of life that little bit easier.
As we continue to grow, we’re looking for people like you to help us make a real difference to the people and families in our communities. With flexible working and full NHS benefits in return, find out how we can support you to learn, grow and develop each day.
We regularly attend events to talk about our work and the opportunities which are available. Come and meet us at one of our events to find out how we can support you. See our careers events page for details of up coming events.
What is it like to live and work here?
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, in the South West of England, are stunning parts of the country and they have great contrasts.
Countryside walks, the seaside, one of the UKs best cities to live in, vibrant culture, diverse communities – just some of the best bits we love about these areas (even on the rainy days!).
Click the images to find out what we love most about…
Whether it’s the bright and vibrant landscapes or the wonderful sense of community, the South of the city boasts the best of both worlds between urban and suburbia.
Adults services jobs pages
Our teams work with individuals to deliver shared person-centred goals, improving their quality of life and independence.
Specialist services jobs pages
Our Stroke Service works with people as they recover from stroke and receive rehabilitation in the community.
NHS@Home is a new model of care that brings together health and social care providers from Acute Trusts and Community partners to deliver joined up care from the comfort of people’s own homes.
Our Musculoskeletal (MSK) and Podiatry service is made up of a variety of Clinicians, Therapy Assistants and Administrative Support staff, supported by a team of Clinical and Operational Managers.
The rotations provide a platform and real opportunity for progression, demonstrated by our success in supporting Rotational colleagues to transition into senior positions.
Our Adult Learning Disability Health Service work with people to enable them to make choices about their health.
We are a growing, Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) of Diabetes Specialist Nurses, Community Dietitians and Administration support staff who work seamlessly together to improve the health of the people in our care.
Community Mental Health Nursing sits within our Adults’ Specialist Services, offering colleagues and healthcare teams access to specialist mental health support when delivering integrated care to those in our communities.
Children’s services jobs pages
The Lifetime service is a joint Community Children’s Nursing (CCN) and Psychology service providing nursing care to children and young people up to the age of 18 years with a life limiting or life threatening condition.
The Children’s Therapy service sits within a Multi-disciplinary team and we identify, assess, support and manage the health needs of children and young people aged 0-18 years
We cover a wide portfolio from service desk and desktop support teams to clinical systems management and digital training.
We’re looking for Administrators to support our community services – and we could be looking for you!
We are delighted that our current Care Quality Commission rating for the care our staff provide is “Outstanding”
We recognise and reward the hard work of all of our teams across Sirona care & health. Our benefits include:
- Competitive rates of pay including Agenda for Change (AfC) terms for NHS health funded roles
- Generous holiday arrangements and a holiday trading scheme
- Flexible working
- Contributory pension schemes including the NHS pension scheme for many roles
- Corporate induction programme with the opportunity to meet our senior leadership team and service users
- Fantastic range of learning and development opportunities including access to Clinical Skills, Apprenticeships and support to achieve the Care Certificate
- Clear development career pathways
- A Staff Forum and a Staff Survey so everyone has a voice at work
- Sirona staff discounts (incl. bus passes)
- A preceptorship programme for new qualified staff
- Well-being support including free staff physiotherapy service, occupational health, an Employee Assistance Programme, cycle to work scheme
We are registered as a Data Controller with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as part of the Data Protection Act 2018. We are committed to collecting, storing and processing personal information in line with UK Data Protection Law and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our privacy notice for staff and bank workers explains how personal and confidential information is collected, used and shared.