Bluebird Care North Tyneside launch new Career Opportunities in Care at Home
The population of older people across the UK is increasing year on year, with 61% of individuals with low care needs now accessing this service in their own home. In response to this, we have launched our Autumn & Winter recruitment drive at Bluebird Care North Tyneside.The population of older people across the UK is increasing year on year, with 61% of individuals with low care needs now accessing this service in their own home. In response to this, we have launched our Autumn & Winter recruitment drive at Bluebird Care North Tyneside.
Over the last few years there has been a real shift in people choosing care at home rather than residential care across the social care sector, with statistics from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) showing domiciliary care agency registrations leaping from 8,219 to 8,517 in just 16 months.
At Bluebird Care North Tyneside we support our team in their career development and believe we can provide a career journey for everyone. Whether this is remaining with your customers delivering care in the home, or moving into an office role where you can use your passion for care to help develop the business. Whatever you choose, there is an opportunity to develop your career.
By continuing to invest in excellent training opportunities and career development for our care teams, we hope our recruitment drive will raise awareness across North Tyneside Council area including Whitley Bay, Tynemouth, Cullercoats, Monkseaton, Earsdon, Shiremoor, Backworth, North Shields, Wallsend, Killingworth, Burradon, Hazelrigg, Wideopen, Seaton Burn of Bluebird Care North Tyneside and the opportunities available.
Find out more about what it is like to work for Bluebird Care North Tyneside by reading some real stories from our care assistant team here.
Julie McLellan, director of Bluebird Care North Tyneside, commented:
I believe in offering every member of my team the best training opportunities, supporting them in delivering excellence in care across North Tyneside Council area. By developing our care team, we can look at what further support we can offer our customers and support them in living the life they choose.