Providing a high level of personal, physical and emotional care
Our Support Workers provide a high level of personal, physical and emotional care that can include all aspects of day-to-day activities, personal care and companionship.
Despite it’s expected challenges, being an Exemplar Health Care Support Worker is a role that is incredibly rewarding, and many colleagues form long-lasting and life-enriching connections with the people they support.
This is a career where you’ll do everything you can to help people with their daily lives, whilst promoting their independence, maintaining care records and supporting their personal growth. Along with your colleagues, you’ll strive to make every day better for residents and their families.
If you apply to become a Support Worker, you could start working with us in as little as 3 weeks! 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. There are also lots of opportunities to do training and progress with Exemplar Health Care.
Our colleagues tell us that their team feels like family, and we think that’s the highest compliment they can give us. Working closely together, with the time and space to provide exceptional care for small groups of people, you’ll be fully supported by everyone you work with.
So if you’re looking to start your career in care and really make a difference, then this role is for you.
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.