As part of the Children & Adults Social Care Directorate’s ‘CARE’: Caring And Respecting Everyone Campaign, an open-door recruitment will be held at the Princess Royal Community Care Centre (CCC) from 11.30am-3pm on Friday, 12 July 2019.

The event will allow interested persons to talk with directorate staff, learn more about working in Social Care, and explore a typical day in the life of a Carer. Interviews will take place on the same day.

Community & Residential Disability Manager, Nicolene Adams, said:

“Care work is a fantastic career and hugely rewarding, we have the privilege of making a real difference in the lives of people every day. Looking after the most vulnerable people in our society is a pivotal role in Social Care. We are hopeful that as a result of our continual CARE campaigns, we will be in a position to proceed in making provisional offers of employment, subject to the outcome of suitability checks.

“We take this opportunity of thanking everyone who has supported the past two CARE Campaigns and we look forward to seeing even more people walk through the doors this Friday, 12 July 2019.”

If you are unable to attend the open-door recruitment event but would like to make an appointment to discuss career opportunities in Social Care, please contact Lisa Thomas at Brick House on tel: (00 290) 22713.

The next open-door recruitment day will be held at the CCC on Friday, 16 August 2019.

Notes to Editor

The Children & Adults Social Care Directorate has various vacancies across residential services supporting older people, services for adults with additional needs, and sheltered housing services. The CARE Campaign aims to recruit local carers for the residential services, and for individuals requiring support in maintaining a degree of independence and quality of life.

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9 July 2019

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