About the Role
We’re looking to recruit more care workers as our business continues to grow. As more and more businesses are struggling at this time, our industry is in demand more than ever.
We’re able to offer community-based roles on various terms including permanent or temporary contracts as well as full or part-time rotas. We also provide care seven days a week, around the clock. So, we should have something to suit you.
If you’re already an experienced care professional, we would love to hear from you. We would also like to hear from beginners who are looking to move into the social care industry.
You don’t need experience or qualifications. All that is needed is a desire to learn and a willingness to get involved. We provide free nationally recognised training so you can get a care qualification before you go into the community.
Plus, you will also do some paid shadowing of experienced team members so that you’re confident and comfortable before you meet your own service users.
You’ll need to be a driver with access to your own vehicle as our roles are based in the community, which involves travelling to service users’ homes. We do pay travel time and mileage. You will also need a smart phone to use for work which involves downloading an app for viewing rotas etc.
The Optimo Care Group is made up of several regional companies that provide experienced, award-winning care to service users across West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and Merseyside. With over 600 active staff members, we’re able to continue to provide quality care to our service users and a welcoming, supportive environment for our team.
We pride ourselves on being able to provide long-term career prospects and this is reflected in our management, as many of them started out in the community before moving up.
Our goal is to continue to grow our services and we need your help to do that. Now is a great time to get involved.
There are many reasons to work in social care, not just because it’s extremely rewarding to help someone live safely and independently. As well as bringing a smile to vulnerable people in your community, some of our benefits include:
We’re living in unprecedented times and it’s OK to be concerned about the health and well-being of yourself and those around you. We’re in an excellent position regarding PPE and have dedicated teams making sure we are fully stocked with PPE to keep our staff members and service users as safe as possible.
During the pandemic, we continue to put the safety of our staff and service users first. This means we have changed our entire way of working.
Right now, our interviews and training are all done remotely to keep you safe, and our working practices are fully compliant with Government regulations. All of our front-line staff are provided with a free uniform and full PPE to ensure the risk of COVID-19 is kept to an absolute minimum. We also ensure all staff receive paid time off for COVID related issues.
How to Apply
Complete our online application form.
Once completed, the system will give you an immediate result and if successful it will invite you to book yourself an interview. Interviews can be in as little as 24 hours (excluding weekends).
If you want to help us care for your community and support the NHS, we would love to hear from you!
This role is subject to a satisfactory DBS check.
We are Disability Confident and an equal opportunities employer. If you require any reasonable adjustments to enable your application/interview - please let us know.