Why Work With Us
You’ll have a really rewarding role working with a great team of people for a leading support provider. Our colleagues tell us that it’s the chance to make a positive difference to people’s lives that inspires them. Maybe that’s why Dimensions colleagues are more than twice as likely to choose to stay at Dimensions, compared to staff in other social care organisations.*
Dimensions is proud to be one of very few social care organisations that are members of the "Great Places To Work" programme.
We are proud to have achieved Investors in Diversity awards, received Action on Hearing Loss and Louder than Words accreditation, and been recognised as Disability Confident Leaders. In the recent "Great Place to Work" survey, the questions relating to diversity were the highest scoring, a fact which demonstrates that colleagues feel able to be themselves and that they are valued not despite their diversity, but because of it.
It is our aim to ensure that the diversity of our workforce is reflective of the communities we serve at all levels. To this end, we adopt positive action principles in senior positions, ensuring anyone who is from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background who meets the essential criteria will be invited to interview. In addition for all roles, in line with the Disability Confident Leader accreditation, anyone who shared they have a disability, and meets the essential criteria will be invited to interview.
As one of the country’s largest not-for-profits supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs, we are driven by our values. People with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do and we want every person we support to have a great life, with excellent outcomes.
We are always working to improve standards – our own and across the sector. Dimensions was one of the pioneers of personalised support, showing how it works in practice, and enabling thousands of people to have greater choice and control.
*Figures from Skills for Care, 2018