Want to make a difference? Social care sector is recruiting in Trafford

People wanting to work in the compassionate world of social care can attend two recruitment events.

Local care providers will be at the fair to have a chat and answer any questions about the exciting career.

Cllr Jo Harding, Trafford Council’s Executive Member for Adult Services, and Cllr James Wright, Executive Member for Housing and Regeneration, will also be there to provide support.

Cllr Harding said:

“Carers do an incredible job and make such a big difference to people suffering from ill health.

“The sector is currently looking for more people to get involved and I would urge everyone to come along to the recruitment event and have a look.

“If you have a passion for helping others, are patient and work well with others, and love to make a difference then the care profession could be just the job for you.”

The first recruitment event takes place on Thursday 25 November, from 12.30 to 2pm, at St John’s Centre, St John’s Road, Stretford.

Then, on Wednesday 1 December, the second event takes place from 11.30am to 1pm at Age UK Trafford, Church Road, Urmston.

There is free coffee and cake provided, and a chance to speak to some of the local care providers who carry out care work within Trafford. The WEA, a voluntary sector provider of adult education, will also be on hand to talk about qualifications that can support people into the care profession.

For more information about the event, please email Rebecca.poole@trafford.gov.uk.

Posted on Wednesday 17th November 2021