Playing a vital role in caring over the coming months
Our Associate Carers will play a vital role in ensuring that the people who live in an Exemplar Health Care home can continue to live as full a life as possible over the coming months.
To meet the growing demand for social care in the coming months, we’ve developed a new Associate Carer role. This role is ideal for people who work in the hospitality, leisure or travel sectors and are looking for extra work over the coming months, as well as anyone who wants to start their career in care.
We’re offering flexible shifts on a temporary basis, with working patterns to suit your commitments - and who knows, you might love it so much that you decide to stay!
In addition, health and social care workers are now classed as ‘key workers’ so this role will allow your children a place in school or nursery whilst you’re at work.
Exemplar Health Care supports people with complex care needs such as neuro-disabilities, autism, learning disabilities and spinal injury – and you’ll be making a big difference to the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Each of our homes is different but your role might involve offering companionship, getting involved in activities, supporting people at meal times and helping people to get in and out of bed – but you can be assured that we won’t ask you to do anything that you haven’t been trained to do!
We have roles available across most of our homes in the Midlands, North West, North East and Yorkshire and Humber. If you’re interested, please apply using the link below.
If we’d like to take your application forward, we’ll invite you for a video interview.
If your application is successful, you’ll receive a hands-on induction in one of our care homes and buddy up with an experienced colleague whilst you learn the ropes.
Working with Exemplar Health Care during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
We know that there are lots of stories in the media about care homes and Coronavirus (COVID-19), especially around Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). We want to reassure anyone who’s considering working with us, that we have robust infection prevention and control measures in place, including adequate supplies of PPE, and that we’re supporting all of our colleagues in the best way that we can during these challenging times.
Find out more about working with us during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic here.