Herefordshire Cares exists to raise the profile of those working in the adult care sector and recruit more people into the industry
If you are looking for your next role, and want to make a difference to people’s lives, then working in adult social care is the rewarding career you’ve been looking for.
Whatever your skills and experience, there is a wealth of career choices and prospects in the adult social care sector. You could be one of those special people who could make a real difference to the lives of people that need care and support.
With Herefordshire’s older population set to grow significantly in the next 20 years, and demand for care support for residents with complex health and social care needs growing, there has never been a better time to join the sector
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As a team leader at The Orchard Care Home, Milkwood Care Limited, Laura enjoys being able to form relationships with a range of different people while making a positive impact on their lives and promoting their independence.Laura Timmins, team leader
Now a HR and training manager at Quality Care at Home, Skye Murray began her career in care as a support worker after being inspired by her mother.Skye Murray, HR and training manager
Deborah Watkins has worked in the care sector for 17 years. She started out as an activities coordinator and has worked up way up to her to manager.Deborah Watkins, manager
Natalie has worked in care for 17 years, having spent time working in a nursing home, a carer out in the community and now as a care support worker in a care centre.Natalie Shaw, care support worker