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Become a Care Worker

You would be surprised how qualified you are for a job as a care worker.

Right now in these times care workers are urgently needed. Needed to help and support vulnerable people here in Kent.

Apply now for a career in Care. It takes just 5 minutes.
 

 Watch here (or listen below) to the kmfm show special that aired on Thursday 30th April with Andy Walker and Penny Lawlor: Project Manager at Kent County Council, and Tiffany Simms a care worker at Woohchurch House, Ashford. 

The chat will give you an insight into what it takes to become a Care Worker, how you can become one and how rewarding it can be.


Apply now for a career in Care. It takes just 5 minutes.

Home Care and Care Worker roles make a massive difference to real lives. Offering support to people to make their lives more comfortable and enjoyable in their own homes, and through the network of care homes. It’s a real chance to do something worthwhile and to make a real difference.

It is a role that you will find genuinely rewarding and satisfying - to work with the vulnerable and less able people of Kent’s communities.

Whether you can commit on a permanent and career-focused basis or temporary – both positions are available with flexible working patterns.

Listen to the kmfm show special that aired on Thursday 30th April with Andy Walker and Penny Lawlor: Project Manager at Kent County Council, and Tiffany Simms a care worker at Woohchurch House, Ashford. 

The chat will give you an insight into what it takes to become a Care Worker, how you can become one and how rewarding it can be.


Ask yourself:

What makes you, you?
Can you make someone’s day?
Do you get stuck in?
Can you raise smiles?
Do you listen, understand and care?

This could be the start of a genuine care career pathway; be that into care management, first steps into social work or to becoming a fully qualified nurse.

Apply now for a career in Care. It takes just 5 minutes.


Shaping the future of Care in Kent.

The Design & Learning Centre (DLC) at Kent County Council works in partnership with KiCA, a collaborative social enterprise, and other partners such as the NHS to support all care services in Kent & Medway.

Their partnership activities are helping to shape the future of social care by;

Supporting recruitment and retention initiatives.

Highlighting career opportunities.

Developing the social care workforce.

Sourcing funding and training for professional development of managers in social care.

Improving the quality of care for the people of Kent & Medway.

Supporting innovation for the sector.

KICA – Kent Integrated Care Alliance      


Watch this video to see if a career in Care is for you.


Apply now for a career in Care. It takes just 5 minutes.

KICA – Kent Integrated Care Alliance     
Supported by the Kent Integrated Care Alliance
and
Kent County Council

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