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COVID-19 Update from Father Hudsons Care


Father Hudson’s Care employs around 250 people in various roles across the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham, supporting people in need, in order to improve their quality of life.

Father Hudson’s Care employs more than 250 people in various roles across the Midlands, supporting people in need to improve their quality of life.

We treat all individuals in a fair and equal manner regardless of gender, marital status, religion or belief, race, age, disability or sexual orientation. Christ’s command to “love one another as I have loved you” underpins our work with children, young people, adults and families without favour or discrimination. This extends to our staff teams. We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to ensuring within the framework of the law that our workplaces are free from unlawful or unfair discrimination and we aim to ensure all our employees reach their full potential.

Father Hudson’s Care supports the development of its employees and volunteers, developing their skills to ensure they are effective in their roles, always mindful of our cultural goals, our vision and values. We are committed to providing appropriate learning and development to all staff teams.

As a charity providing care for children and vulnerable adults, we have a duty to ensure all our employees are suited to working within this environment and all job offers are therefore subject to satisfactory receipt of references, where appropriate, medical clearances, DBS checks and confirmation of professional qualifications and registrations.

If applicants have any special requirements when attending interviews, please let the Human Resources Department know prior to the interview and every endeavour will be made to meet these requests. 

What our staff say:

On the day I handed in my job application I remember how I felt a sense of calm and belonging. I started my position in January 2014 in the old Father Hudson’s buildings and even now we have moved to new modern offices that sense of calm contentment and security remains, underpinned by strong Christian ethos and values. Father Hudson’s Care is like one big family and although my role within the finance department is very much unseen by most it is always acknowledged, and I feel very much appreciated. There hasn’t been one day in the whole time working for Father Hudson’s that I have felt unhappy to be at work.

Every person, regardless of their role, is important and made to feel welcome, and I am proud to work for an Organisation that supports so many people. From the care given to our elderly residents at St Josephs, our disabled Adults in our residential bungalows and assisted living facilities to the support I give our Fostering team and the excellent service they provide. Working at Father Hudson’s really does make a huge difference to a vast number of people and their families.

Alison Wainwright-Allton, Finance department. 

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