Why not be part of something special and join our hard-working teams of carers supporting and helping older people to live well.
We’re always looking to add enthusiastic and experienced people to our teams but also offer a range of training opportunities and apprenticeships.
Show your interest in a career in care
There are lots of roles to choose from, including:
- care worker in the community – visiting and supporting people in their own homes or providing care in one of our extra care developments.
- care worker in a residential home – looking after residents in one of our care homes.
- senior care worker in a residential home – a more senior role, combining caring duties with a leadership and mentoring role.
- care worker in a day centre – supporting people in one of our day centres.
If you’re looking for a rewarding career, these roles can be just the start. Senior positions include:
- deputy unit manager
- unit manager
- domiciliary services organiser, managing a team of care workers in the community
- service manager working across community care, residential care and day care services
- group manager.
So, if you want to be part of our first class team of professionals making a difference to people’s lives every single day, we want to hear from you.
Our 1,500 care workers are helping keep people safe in their own homes, residential homes, specialist care centres and extra care housing schemes. There's a variety of roles to choose from including care workers in the community, in residential homes and in day centres.
Growing job sector
Due to people living longer, adult social care is one of the few job sectors that’s growing. Currently Derbyshire’s population of over 65s is 160,300. By 2020, that’s set to increase to more than 180,000 – with 15% over 75.
Roles in direct care can offer flexible hours, which may suit you better than the usual 9am to 5pm.
Career progression and promotion
Caring brings its own challenges, but the work you do on a day-to-day basis is varied – no 2 days are the same. There’s also scope to progress your career and open doors to a number of different job paths.
Qualifications and experience are not a necessity
Although previous experience in a care setting does help, for a lot of care-related jobs no formal qualifications or experience is needed and we provide you with the training you need.
Working as a carer is very rewarding. Knowing that your job is helping make a difference to people’s lives can give you a real sense of achievement.