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Play your role in helping the 110,000 customers living in our homes to thrive. That’s the opportunity that awaits you through our graduate and apprenticeship schemes.

Both schemes have been designed to help you become the best you can be, so have a look at our opportunities and apply for the one that excites you the most.

  • Register your interest in apprenticeships and graduate roles

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Our rewards:

As well as your monthly salary you’ll receive a lot more working at Bromford including:

Bonus – up to 10% bonus every year depending on personal and business-wide performance

Pension – choose one of our two pension schemes

Flexible benefits – receive an annual allowance of £500 to spend on your choice of benefit including gym membership, dental treatment or private medical cover

Discounts – we’ve arranged deals for a wide range of goods and services for you, from groceries to holidays and everything in between

Holidays – 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays

Flexible working – most of our roles allow you to work your hours in a flexible way that meets your needs, allowing you to get the best work-life balance.

Employee assistance programme – providing you with free access to financial planning, legal information and life and career coaching

We're members of The 5% Club.

The 5% Club is an employer-led charity of more than 600 members.Member of the 5% club logo for apprentices and graduates

It works with UK employers and key influencers to inspire, educate and retain a growing body of people into earn and learn placements in order to increase the number of apprentices, sponsored students and graduate trainees.

Its goal is to increase the employment and career prospects of today’s youth and equip the UK with the skilled workforce it needs. Members commit to achieve 5% of their UK work force in earn and learn positions such as apprenticeships and graduate schemes within five years of joining. Progress will be measured annually and reported by the member in the corporate responsibility section of its annual report or equivalent.