Start your journey towards a rewarding new career with Community Care Worker
If you have a caring and friendly nature and want to make a difference to people's lives, this could be exactly what you are looking for
Making a difference to people's lives while at work is one of the most rewarding feelings you can have.
Helping someone to stay in their own home in their twilight years, surrounded by their own possessions, never mind the memories, is a fantastic way to do that.
Community Care Worker Ltd, which covers Staffordshire and the Cheshire border, is looking for passionate people to help deliver care and support to its clients.
With offices in Stoke, Leek, Stafford and Crewe, Community Care Worker can take care of everything for you, from meal preparation to personal care, and staff are available 24 hours a day.
What is Community Care Worker?
With a great team of carers, lots of experience, and a passion for our work, Community Care Worker is the number to call when you need a little extra help.
The service is based in Staffordshire, and serves the whole county, as well as Cheshire. It offers a great range of care services, including specific respite services when you need a break.
The company has been operating since 2015, and the team has worked together for more than 37 years. All carers are DBS checked, fully trained, and available to work 24 hours a day.
The company is registered with CQC. Alongside its associations with the United Kingdom Homecare Association and UKQCS Management System, it is a member of the Association of Healthcare Trainers. All prices are offered at a flat rate, and this means that you receive the same care for the same price all year long. Community Care Worker Ltd works with local authorities, the NHS, private clients, People Plus, and The Rowan Organisation, ensuring there’s a service for everyone.
Why be a carer?
Whether you are just about to leave school, looking to change your career or just fancy a new job, there are a many great reasons to become a carer. If you have a naturally caring personality and you are concerned about the welfare of others, you are likely to do well in a caring role, and you'll also get out and about meeting new people.
Caring is also the kind of role where the hours can be flexible too, so if you've got family to care for you'll be able to combine the two to have a great work/life balance.
Getting a smile and a thank you from clients gives a job satisfaction like no other, while working in the care sector opens up a fruitful career path. With training and experience you can work your way up to a management role.
Whatever the future has in store, there will always be a demand for care. People who work in care can rest assured that their skills will always be coveted, particularly as we face a rising elderly population.
You could also be working in the area you live, so no long commute, just out and about in your local community. What could be better?
Working for Community Care Worker
The company is currently recruiting both care assistants and support workers.
You must be able to drive, the starting pay is £14ph and shifts include 6am-2pm and 3pm-11pm. You'll have regular hours and set shifts and there are opportunities for free training and support.
How to find out more
If the idea of becoming a carer has whetted your appetite, don't delay, get in touch with Community Care Worker today. You can click here to register your interest.
Equally, if you would like a community care worker in your home, you can visit the website here. The company provides a free visit to all clients, which allows you to talk through everything with a caring representative. After finding out more about your needs, a risk assessment will then be carried out to see which services are required.
A price is then worked out, based on your budget, and you’re able to pay this on a weekly or monthly basis via cash, cheque, or direct debit. Everything is tailored to your requirements, ensuring that you’re completely comfortable.