Vacancies at brand-new care service in Saddleworth
Date published: 15 December 2021
Richard Walker, CEO with Elaine Bradley-Smith, Employee Engagement Officer
A new care service has opened in Saddleworth which plans to provide technology-enhanced home care to customers.
'Care With Choices', based in Scouthead, are now looking for care workers to join their new team which provides a range of care services.
The company offers 24-hour short or long term live-in care, as well as bespoke care by the hour. All teams members will receive full training to provide outstanding care.
Olivia Rostron, Registered Manager of the service, said: "Right now, care at home services have never been more in demand. Hospitals are backed up, and the news is full of the recruitment problem in social care. We are on a mission to change things up and it starts with valuing our teams and clients above everything else.”
The service makes use of state-of-the-art technology to monitor care and support with real-time digital reporting and medication management.
CEO, Richard Walker added: "We can offer an hour or two each week for a social trip or help around the home, or a trusted live-in care worker to offer professional care and support around the clock."
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