Working in the adult care sector is more than just a job.
It’s about building relationships and helping people achieve often simple, daily tasks which they are no longer able to complete by themselves.
Through your passion and commitment you’ll be helping people to see what’s possible and supporting them to achieve things they thought were impossible.
“I love everything about it. When I get up on a morning I know I am going to be making people happy and helping them get some of their independence back.” Reda Djama; reablement worker
Salaries are competitive and holiday allowances are generous. Depending on the hours you choose to work you could benefit from additional enhancements including weekend and night working.
With continued training and development you’ll be supported to develop your skills at every stage in your career and a workplace pension means you can plan for the long term.
“I’ve done loads of training, from mandatory courses to learning for my own personal development and all while I’m working so I still get paid.” Liam Fletcher; care and support worker
Working in care can be challenging, but it’s a career that offers job satisfaction as well as the chance to make a difference. You’ll be a vital part of a valued service helping people with fascinating life stories to live independently and with dignity.
Don’t just take it from us, find out from real people who are making care matter.