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We have a wide variety of care and support roles available across the county of North Yorkshire. Find the perfect job for you today. We'd love to hear from you!

All of our Care and Support workers have come from different backgrounds and walks of life, showing that there really is a place in care for everyone. 

We regularly attend, host and advertise various health and adult care events across North Yorkshire throughout the year. Take a look at our upcoming events here.

Progress your career in care

In addition to these entry level positions, there are also other positions within care that require a certain level of experience and qualifications, allowing you to take the next steps on your career journey:

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Team Leader/ Supervisor

This role will vary depending on what setting you are in but will generally involve you leading a team of care workers, coordinating their different tasks and ensuring they provide high quality care and support. Experience/qualifications required: Employers will generally require you to hold a level 2 qualification in health and social care and either have achieved or be working towards a level 3 qualification in health and social care.

Registered Manager

You will be responsible for ensuring the organisation you manage is meeting standards and providing a quality, consistent service. You will also be responsible for financial processes, managing the overall budget and ensuring the organisation is fully equipped to run smoothly. Experience/qualifications required: Manager positions can really vary across different settings, as can the experience and qualifications required. In general, you will need to be qualified to level 4 or above in health and social care, and often hold a management qualification.
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Social Worker

As a Social Worker you will support vulnerable adults and their families through difficult times, ensuring that the vulnerable adults are safeguarded from harm and have the relevant support and resources in place. Experience/qualifications required: You will need to hold a Social Worker qualification and be registered, or due to receive your registration with the HCPC (The Health and Care Professions Council).
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Occupational Therapist

You will work with adults with social, physical and mental disabilities to help them carry out day-to-day activities independently. Working closely with individuals you will create a personal plan to support their development and review this regularly in line with their progress. Experience/qualifications required: You will be registered with the HCPC (The Health and Care Professions Council) and will hold a degree or diploma in Occupational Therapy.
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Your role will involve performing clinical and healthcare tasks in either residential settings and out in the community. You could be working with adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues and with the elderly, as well as other specialist areas. Experience/qualifications required: You will need to be registered with the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) and will hold a degree in nursing.


Looking for more information about how you could progress?

The Skills for Care website is a great platform to find out detailed information about careers in care, including the various progression paths. Click on the image below to view their interactive document on the different career routes available:

Looking for information on other adult social care related roles? Take a look at the North Yorkshire County Council jobs page and the NHS jobs page.