Thank you for your interest in joining our team.
All of our employees are dedicated to improving the lives of carers. We believe our reputation for excellence of care, together with our commitment to our staff sets us apart from similar organisations and makes Carers Trust Tyne and Wear a great place to work.
Our employees are competent, well trained and supervised and are carefully recruited using DBS (Disclosure and Barring System) to ensure services are safely delivered.
We offer a wide variety of roles across different teams. This could include:
- delivering personal care as a Carer Support Worker.
- supporting a young carer to have a life of their own.
- providing information advice or practical support.
- coordinating, managing or supporting the administration of service delivery.
- ensuring the environment is safe and a good place to work.
You should: Use the job description and person specification to tell us how you meet the qualifications, skills and experience required in the job. Tell us about the qualifications and courses you have attended that are relevant to the job. Please DO NOT enclose a Curriculum Vitae as part of your application form as this will be removed
For further information about our recruitment opportunities please contact Marie Wall Human Resources Advisor on 01207 549 780 or email email@example.com
|We believe in treating our people as individuals – not with a one-size-fits-all approach and treating our team like adults. That’s why our Carer Support Workers have a crucial role in the team – you’ll look after someone’s relative or cared for, ensuring flawless services are delivered and a brilliant experience for our employees!
We take pride in the quality of care so we are looking for people with a genuine caring approach as well as the skills to deliver person centred care. You could be working in our on-site respite facility with young adults, in our day centre, coffee mornings, in clients homes or going out with clients for a day out!
You might be fresh out of college, or have a few years of experience under your belt – for us attitude and drive is just as important as experience, although having NVQ level 2 in Health and Social care would be brilliant. You’ll have a good heart and want our people to be the absolute best they can be, with bucket-loads of initiative and a natural ability to solve problems and think creatively.
You’ll pride yourself on being approachable, friendly and someone that builds great connections with the clients and their families.
Flexibility is your middle name! Our service is 24/7 365 days a year.
Resilience when working under pressure – you don’t shy away from handling difficult situations. We’d love you to be a car driver but a good knowledge of local buses works well too!
Our clients enjoy both the company of men and women and we like to employ a good mix.
Fabulous place to work with friendly, caring teams
Basic of £7.83 per hour
Initial and ongoing Training
Enhanced paid DBS Check
Agreed mileage and expenses
Terms and Conditions under review
If this has captured your imagination, we’d love to hear from you – reach out and apply today!
For more information call us on 01207549780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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