Jobseekers in Wales are being asked to consider taking up a career in care.
We are looking for kind, honest and caring individuals to take on a job within our care teams. We can offer full time, part time, mornings, evenings and weekend only work.
There are so many people out there that might not yet know that their calling in life could be in care work.
Anyone who is naturally caring, friendly, helpful and empathetic could fit right into a career in the care industry. Being a carer is a highly skilled, professional vocational occupation that is essential as our population ages. The beauty of a job for life means people can start by training with us and work their way up the career ladder gaining further training and qualifications.
What we’re looking for
We are looking for highly motivated, reliable individuals who wish to have a stable and long-term career in care, and who would like to forge rewarding relationships with the service users they care for. As well as personal care, other duties could include preparing meals and light domestic chores as well as helping with shopping and attending appointments. You may even accompany service users to local community events, classes or just a leisurely stroll in the park. Sometimes duties can even consist of a simple cup of tea and a natter, helping you both make a friend for life and there aren’t many jobs out there that can offer that.
No experience is necessary to become a carer, as free, full training is given.
If you’ve previously had a customer-facing role, then you’ll have transferrable skills. And we can give you full, professional training too. You will be doing invaluable work supporting those most in need, while, also, protecting the NHS. We have had hairdressers, retail workers and even chefs who are no longer able to work after losing their jobs due to the pandemic, transfer their skills to us.