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Care Worker Recruitment


Thinking about a career in care?

Being a carer is a challenging, but also highly rewarding role. Are you considering a career in care?

We want to ensure that the workforce delivering the support that vulnerable people need to live well at home are valued, well trained and have real opportunities to progress in a career in care.

 

Working in Care

Thinking about working in care and want to know more about what it’s like to be a carer? Hear ten carers from Tameside share their experiences of the challenges and rewards that the role has to offer.


 

There are a range of different care roles available.


Home Care

Tameside Council is partnered with six contracted Living Well at Home providers and are committed to changing the way people are supported to live at home.

Home care workers support people to live as independently as possible in their own homes.

Home Care providers locally include:

 

 

Careline0161 308 3456
Comfort Call020 7186 0518
Creative Support0161 236 0829
Direct Care0161 338 3666
Medacs0161 304 8564

 

Please contact care providers directly to enquire about vacancies.

 

Care Home

As a care home worker, you provide care and support to people living in a residential or nursing home.


Care Home providers include:

 

Auden HouseAudenshaw0161 301 2424
Clarkson HouseAshton-under-Lyne0161 308 4618
Daisy Nook HouseAshton-under-Lyne0161 343 1033
Downshaw Lodge NHAshton-under-Lyne0161 330 7059
Eden HouseDroylsden (LD)07488 374616
Fairfield View Care HomeAudenshaw0161 370 6719
Fir Trees CentreHC-1 Dukinfield0161 338 2977
Firbank HouseAshton-under-Lyne0161 343 1251
Greatwood HouseHC-1 Denton0161 336 5324
Guide Lane NHHC-1 Audenshaw0161 335 9989
Hatton GrangeHyde0161 368 4484
Holme LeaHC-1 Stalybridge0161 338 5187
Hurst HallHC-1 AUL0161 330 4772
Hyde Nursing HomeHC-1 Hyde0161 367 9467
Kings Park NHHC-1 AUL0161 343 4733
Laurel BankHyde0161 368 4719
MillbrookHC-1 Stalybridge0161 304 2600
Moss Cottage NHAshton-under-Lyne0161 343 2557
Oakwood Care CentreStalybridge0161 303 2540
Parkhill NHStalybridge0161 303 8643
Polebank HallHyde0161 368 2171
Riverside Care CentreHyde / Care UK0161 366 0600
Sandon HouseHC-1 Mossley01457 834 747
St Lawrence LodgeDenton0161 336 2783
Staley HouseStalybridge0161 304 8939
Stamford CourtHC-1 Stalybridge0161 303 9955
SunnysideHC-1 Droylsden0161 370 1793
The BeechesHC-1 Dukinfield0161 338 4922
The LakesDukinfield0161 330 2444
The Sycamores Care CentreHC-1 Hyde0161 368 4297
The VicarageAudenshaw07887 874109
Thorncliffe GrangeDenton0161 320 0740
Yew TreesHC-1 Dukinfield0161 338 3053

 

Please contact care providers directly to enquire about vacancies.

 

What to expect from a career in care

Increasingly, in both Care Home and Home Care roles you have the opportunity to gain qualifications including via an apprenticeship route, to undertake specialist training and deliver low-level health care tasks like pressure area care and insulin administration. Both roles can be a useful ‘stepping stone’ towards a nursing or social worker qualification.

 

If you are interested in becoming a carer you can expect:

 

  • To be paid a fair and attractive wage; our intention is to peg the hourly rate against the Foundation Living Wage https://www.livingwage.org.uk/
  • To be offered a contract with a commitment to the weekly hours that suit you
  • Paid sick leave and holiday leave
  • Innovative training and development including undertaking the Care Certificate https://www.skillsforcare.org.uk/Learning-development/inducting-staff/care-certificate/Care-Certificate.aspx
  • To become a named team member for some of the people you support
  • To learn and use a range of low level health tasks that allow you to work closely with District Nurses
  • Opportunities to progress to more senior roles within the Living Well at Home service
  • Use your experience and expertise as a stepping-stone on to a qualification in nursing, social work or allied health care roles if that’s something you’re interested in
  • To work closely with a range of professions in the local neighbourhood team to deliver good quality, person centred support to older people and to younger adults
  • To, wherever possible, work in a small local patch where you will have the opportunity to get to know the people you support well

 

Great reasons to work in Tameside


Tameside is a forward-looking borough to the east of Greater Manchester, an area leading the way in regional devolution. Tameside Council – LGC Council of Year 2016 – is at the forefront of redefining public services.


The borough is vibrant and well connected with plenty to offer its residents, including:

 

  • Great schools and colleges.
  • Excellent public transport connections across the region.
  • Affordable housing in a range of urban and rural locations.
  • Stunning countryside all within a short train journey from Manchester city centre.
  • The peak district is only a short drive away too!