Respectful Care, a leading homecare provider in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire is holding an open day as it bids to recruit up to 50 new support and care workers for the Mansfield and Ashfield areas.
The event takes place between 10am and 3pm on Thursday 19th April at the Mansfield Woodhouse Resource Centre on Park Road, Mansfield Woodhouse, next door to Respectful Care’s main offices.
The recruitment drive is taking place because there is more and more demand for the company’s services, and it is working more closely with local authorities.
Respectful Care is looking for experienced Support and Care Workers who are already working in domiciliary care or who have experience of doing so. It’s preferable that people have a Level 2/3 NVQ/QCF in Health and Social Care.
People who do not have qualifications but who want a career in care, or who have experience of caring for a loved one, will also be considered.
Those who would like to find out more about becoming a Support and Care Worker with Respectful Care should attend the open day, taking with them a full CV or complete an application form.
Applicants will be advised on the day whether or not they have the right credentials for one of the available roles, and whether they will be invited to attend a formal interview.
Successful people will join a team of around 80 staff who help to care for clients in the Mansfield and Ashfield areas.
Scott Marsh, CEO of Respectful Care, Samantha Maxwell, Staff Team Leader, will be on hand at the open day, along with other members of the team.
“It’s important we get the right people with the right attributes. Caring for people is a privilege and we have to have team members who have dignity and respect as key attributes.
“We’re an ambitious company and have worked hard to build up a great reputation. Our services are in demand and so we need more great people to join the Respectful Care family.”
And he added:
“I look forward to seeing people at the open day and hopefully recruiting some great new Support and Care Workers.”