Are you a kind, caring and passionate individual?
If so, then a career in care might just be for you!
Are you looking for better career prospects, professional growth and work opportunities. Do you want a change in career direction. Are you looking for new challenges at work?
Starting a new career always seem much more possible in January, New Year is a time to make changes, explore new avenues and do good.
Sometimes a career change is necessary to accommodate the changing needs of your family or other goals. Work flexibility is another important factor that influences career change. Employees who are juggling a career and the demands of children often desire opportunities to work in a flexible environment that will allow them to work from home, part-time, or have flexible hours.
Let today be the start of something new, and something for you!
Why become a carer?
Whether you are just about to leave school or you are looking to change your career, there are a number of very good reasons to become a carer. A genuine interest in the welfare of others can get you started on the social care ladder as a care assistant. Many people start off by caring for a sick relative or close family member. Others will start as volunteers. But the story doesn’t end there. Continue reading for more reasons to choose to become a carer.
You’ll be able to pursue your passion:
If you have a naturally caring personality and you are concerned about the welfare of others, you are likely to do well in a caring role. By choosing to work in social care you can pursue a career making a difference in people’s lives. This gives you a firm foundation for your future career.
You can enjoy meeting new people:
Caring allows you to meet new people in the area where you live. As well as meeting your new clients, you’ll be part of a larger team of carers and healthcare professionals you can get to know. If you want to get out and about more where you live, being a carer offers the ideal opportunity to become active in your community.
You’ll have a rewarding career:
Knowing that you are making the difference to someone’s life is the reward for being a good carer. You’ll enable individuals by supporting them. Helping your clients to maintain their independence is an extremely rewarding experience.
You can see the results of your hard work:
Being able to give your clients the support they need to live day-to-day allows you to see the results of your hard work. You’ll be confronted with the harsh realities of people struggling to overcome illness or disability. This allows you to appreciate the little things in life we all take for granted. Each day, you’ll leave work feeling satisfied you have done your best to help.
Caring offers flexible hours to fit in with your life:
As carers tend to work flexible hours you can fit in your career around other daily activities. This is an ideal job for those who have family commitments or study plans. Being flexible allows you to meet your clients’ expectations.
Why choose Smeaton Healthcare?
Smeaton Healthcare are a Nursing & Care Agency offering work to individuals in the care industry in all types of care settings! From Nursing, Residential and Care Homes to NHS Hospitals across Devon & Cornwall - working with us provides you with the experience in different care settings. If you don't drive, don't stress! We offer a reliable driver service which gives you personal transport to the assignment you are working, and a return journey home when your shift ends - all for a small fee out of your weekly wage!
Whats more, when you work at Smeaton Healthcare, you have the flexibility of choosing when you want to work - creating a more balanced work and personal lifestyle.
Can I become a carer for Smeaton Healthcare if I don't have past experiences?
Yes, not all roles in the healthcare sector requires experience.
Here at Smeaton Healthcare, we take pride in developing, training and supporting individuals to become good carers. With our inclusive and comprehensive induction sessions and refresher training, we make sure that you have all the training and experience you need to become a excellent carer, in order to look after and support our clients.
Our training covers all mandatory areas which enable us to comply with CQC regulations, and in addition, all of our staff members are offered the option to begin their NVQ in Health & Social Care for free. We also offer bonuses for those who complete the qualification!
OUR VALUES - I • C A R E
Innovative - we will welcome new ideas, embrace change and new partnerships.
Compassionate - we will value our relationships, look after one another, treat people with kindness and create working environments which fosters dignity and privacy.
Accountable - we will take ownership, learn from our mistakes, hold others accountable, we will be open and honest.
Respectful - we will treat people fairly, recognise individuality and deal with inappropriate behaviour firmly.
Excellent - we will keep people safe, deliver a high quality service, keep on improving and we will learn from our mistakes.
Does this sound like values you relate to? Then come along and become part of
To discuss your future career - contact our Head Office on 01752 415792 or email your C.V. through to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!