An online jobs board to help local people find roles in adult care, launched by Bristol City Council as part of its Proud to Care campaign.
Dozens jobs are available to apply for on the website, with new ones added every week by employers, partners and voluntary organisations who have signed up to the Proud to Care Bristol Charter .The website also features careers advice and case studies of others already working in the sector, providing a one stop shop for both recruiters and jobseekers.
Working in health and care involves much more than you might expect. It’s not just about assisting people with their daily routines. It’s about supporting others to live the best lives they can, making a huge impact as you encourage those that you care for to be as independent as possible. You’re there to help them thrive and get the most from life. And to the people you support, you’ll be so much more than just their carer. Do something extraordinary – be Proud to Care.
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|Sensory Impairment Team Drop-In at BCL-South||6th April, 2020|
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|Sensory Support Service Drop-In at Bedminster Library||9th April, 2020|
|Sensory Impairment Team Drop-In at Bedminster Library||8th April, 2020|
|Sensory Impairment Team Drop-In at Bedminster Library.||10th April, 2020|
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