Together, we’re transforming lives
We’re optimistic about the future and ambitious for our residents. That’s why we’re working with our Health and Social Care teams to keep improving – enabling creativity, increasing flexibility, reducing bureaucracy and building stronger partnerships. We’re committed to a strengths-based practice. So we can help people achieve their goals through the resources available to them personally, from their families and in their communities. And we’re continually seeking to improve, for you and the people who use our services.
We have a wide range of care career opportunities including Front Line Care roles and Social Work/Professional roles:
Social Work/Professional Opportunities
One of our most essential partnerships is with Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT). Together, we provide adult social care and health services across Staffordshire. MPFT are dedicated to putting people at the heart of everything they do and empowering people to improve care and wellbeing. Plus, they are helping us deliver better health and care across the county.
We’re currently looking for Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Nurses, Support Workers and Care Workers to join our teams. Join us, and you’ll find you don’t work for us. We work with you. Because we want you to be a real part of the change we’re making here.
Mental Health Team
This recovery focused service supports people aged 18 and over, as well as individuals transitioning from Children’s Services, who are experiencing significant and disabling functional mental health difficulties. As part of this team, you’ll benefit from exceptional collaborative working arrangements – and have the autonomy to devise individual and creative support plans.
Older People/Physical Disabilities Team
Promoting well-being and safeguarding older people and those with physical disabilities, this service makes an enormous difference to people’s lives. Together, we’ll provide creative, person-centred support and empower people to retain their independence and confidence.
Home First Team
This vital service supports people as they transition from hospital into the community. Working with people in their homes, these roles provide an excellent opportunity – whether you’re considering a career in social work or are already qualified.
This team works alongside people experiencing significant sight loss and/or deafness. As a Rehabilitation Officer, you’ll continually find creative ways to support service users, their careers and families – adapting as new technology becomes available and providing person-centered support.
Our Current Roles
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Frontline Care Opportunities
Not all roles require existing care qualifications
You could start your caring career in one of the vital roles across Staffordshire in the independent sector:
Home care and community-based roles
Also referred to as ‘domiciliary’ or ‘community care’ roles, you will support those who may have long-term health conditions. They may also have age-related illnesses or mobility issues, physical and/or learning disabilities or mental health problems. As a home care professional, you’ll be trained to provide care and support that’s tailored to the needs of each individual, and in their own homes.
Residential care roles
Residential care services include care homes, nursing homes and specialist care units. Working in a residential setting, you’ll be part of a team responsible for supporting people with complex health and social care needs to live safe and meaningful lives.
Personal assistant roles
As a personal assistant, you’ll assist individuals with any aspect of their life where they require care or support. This will usually be in their own home. You could be working full or part time with one individual or working to support a number of clients. Some personal assistants are employed by the individual receiving support, while others work for an agency or choose to be self-employed.
Supported living services roles
Individuals using supported living services can choose to live on their own or with other people who require care and support. As a supported living services professional, you’ll assist individuals with social care needs to live independently in their own home. With your help, they can reach their goals.