Start 2023 with a career in care

Find out how you can help make a vital difference at our recruitment event 

Start 2023 with a career in care

Save the date:

Wednesday 25 January 2023 New to care careers event at the Bournemouth International Centre

 

Save the date:

Wednesday 25 January 2023 New to care careers event at the Bournemouth International Centre

 

Talk to us about starting a career in care

Whether you’re new or returning to care work, register for our recruitment event at the Bournemouth International Centre on 25 January 2023.

Come along and talk to us about local job opportunities in care with the NHS.

  • No experience or formal qualifications required 

  • Meet local health and care providers and find out about local opportunities  

  • Interviews are available on the day with a conditional job offer if successful  

  • Roles are flexible with hours to suit your availability including days, nights, weekends, part time and full time 

  • Earn while you learn with competitive rates of pay 

  • Opportunity to progress your career into a variety of health and care roles  

  • Be part of a fantastic health and care community  

Register now

Register for the event is now open! Sign up now to choose a time that suits you.

Rewarding, paid and flexible

Local NHS and care organisations have teamed up to bring you new job opportunities in care.

There are lots of new and exciting opportunities to support people who are looking for a fulfilling career where you can make a vital difference to people lives.  

We’re offering a supported flexible 18-month scholarship with training, personal and career development opportunities leading to a rewarding career in health and care. Hours are flexible to suit your availability including days, nights, weekends, part time and full time.

After 18 months you’ll be supported to continue your career in health and care in Dorset with opportunities to build your career in a variety of roles including therapy, nursing, management, and social work.  

Rewarding, paid and flexible

Local NHS and care organisations have teamed up to bring you new job opportunities in care.

There are lots of new and exciting opportunities to support people who are looking for a fulfilling career where you can make a vital difference to people lives.  

We’re offering a supported flexible 18-month scholarship with training, personal and career development opportunities leading to a rewarding career in health and care. Hours are flexible to suit your availability including days, nights, weekends, part time and full time.

After 18 months you’ll be supported to continue your career in health and care in Dorset with opportunities to build your career in a variety of roles including therapy, nursing, management, and social work.  

We’re offering a variety of roles

We have a variety of roles on offer in a range of settings, including:  

  • Care Home – Working in one setting providing care for people who are unable to look after themselves  
  • Home Care – Domiciliary: providing care for people in their own home 
  • Reablement: assisting people with a dedicated care plan, to return to independent living

We’re offering a variety of roles

We have a variety of roles on offer in a range of settings, including:  

  • Care Home – Working in one setting providing care for people who are unable to look after themselves  
  • Home Care – Domiciliary: providing care for people in their own home 
  • Reablement: assisting people with a dedicated care plan, to return to independent living

Why care?

Working in care means you’ll make a massive difference to people’s lives.  

You can help people to live more independently and have a better quality of life.  

Your local NHS and care providers are working closely together to support people who need care. This means we are able to offer you new fantastic career opportunities like this where you can benefit from new roles that involve both social and health care. 

You don’t need any previous experience or qualifications to qualify for our scholarship. But what’s really important, is your motivation to work with people who need care and support.  

Wherever you are, whatever you’re looking for there is a role for you in care! 

Why care?

Working in care means you’ll make a massive difference to people’s lives.  

You can help people to live more independently and have a better quality of life.  

Your local NHS and care providers are working closely together to support people who need care. This means we are able to offer you new fantastic career opportunities like this where you can benefit from new roles that involve both social and health care. 

You don’t need any previous experience or qualifications to qualify for our scholarship. But what’s really important, is your motivation to work with people who need care and support.  

Wherever you are, whatever you’re looking for there is a role for you in care! 

Are you kind, caring and compassionate?

We’re looking for caring, compassionate, trustworthy individuals who are dedicated and self-motivated.  

You don’t need to have previous experience or formal qualifications. but you do need to promote dignity & respect, have excellent communication skills and be passionate about providing a high standard of care.   

It’s important that you have the right values to work in care and these include:   

  • Treat people with dignity and respect
  • Are good at working with others
  • Are committed to quality care and improving lives
  • Are willing to learn and develop at work.  

Are you kind, caring and compassionate?

We’re looking for caring, compassionate, trustworthy individuals inclusive, dedicated, self-motivated, flexible, promote dignity & respect, excellent communication skills, passionate about providing a high standard of care, giving back  

You don’t need to have previous experience or formal qualifications.  

It’s important that you have the right values to work in care and these include:   

  • Treat people with dignity and respect
  • Are good at working with others
  • Are committed to quality care and improving lives
  • Are willing to learn and develop at work.  

Ready to make a difference?

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