Working together, we change lives.
We provide care and support for adults, to enable them to flourish, live more independent lives and fulfil their potential.
Building a Community of Care
For individuals to experience maximum independence, health and wellbeing, and inclusion in their own homes and local community.
Campus of Care
Care Home, respite, and complex care services
For individuals who have a learning disability and significant health needs. The service also provides short breaks.
Employability & Life Skills
For young adults with a lived experience of a learning disability.
Learning, Development & Innovation
Professional development in Health and Social Care for all staff.
Work with us
Whether you are a caring and compassionate professional or someone who can help and support others to live their best life, get in touch to find out about the exciting vacancies and career development opportunities that we have available. No experience necessary.
Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland) was established in 1955 and we currently have a dedicated team of over 210 employees that provides care and support to some 100 individuals in the Scottish Borders.
Brothers of Charity as an organisation, was founded in Belgium in 1807 by Brother Joseph Triest to provide education and care to disadvantaged and vulnerable people. Today its mission remains, and it is represented in thirty countries around the world.
5 reasons to join our team
Rewarding job opportunities.
Competitive rates of pay and staff incentives.
Training and development opportunities.
Flexible working arrangements.
Help to take us from ‘good’ to ‘great’.
Respect and dignity at all times for the people we support, the people we work with and for the nature and the environment.
Through relationships based on empathy, respect and dignity.
Dedication and passion to improve skills, knowledge and care.
To do the right thing and speak up when we have concerns and to have ability and vision to innovate and embrace new ways of working.
Listening ‘No decision about me without me’.
They mean the world to me because they have brought this new me out and let me get my skills out there and what I can do…
It’s good to be independent and I try to keep my independence as much as I can but they are very good at keeping an eye on me and they help me with my shopping.