There are few jobs more rewarding than a career in care. At ECL we look for people who share our values and passion, along with our commitment to make a positive difference to people’s lives through our community home care support service. We invest in our staff to ensure they are able to offer the highest levels of care and achieve great outcomes for our customers and themselves.
Let’s work together
In this uncertain time, we all need to be working together to ensure everyone is safe and well. This is why ECL are putting out a call to all those people whose jobs have been affected by COVID 19 to speak to us about temporary or fixed term employment. We need to continue providing care for older people out in the local communities in their own homes.
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Find out why our staff love working for us. We value our staff and realise they are our most important asset and we want our staff to feel rewarded.
Volunteering can provide important experience and training for the individuals concerned, as well as enabling local people to engage with our services to promote inclusive communities.
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Do you currently work in retail or hospitality, and have been affected by the COVID 19 outbreak? We have fixed term and temporary job opportunities across Essex and the London borough of Havering.
Essex Cares Limited (ECL), the largest care provider in Essex, has received an overall ‘outstanding’ Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating for its South East regulated service.
Rosa was joined by over 7,000 athletes from 170 countries at the multi-sport event.
An innovative new software platform, StoriiCare, has be implemented across all of our older people day services.
Emma is a new member of staff who, upon induction, was trained in Basic Life Support.
Jean Hague, a care worker with Essex Cares Ltd (ECL) has worked for the company since 1987 looking after hundreds of people without taking one day’s sick leave.
Following inspections by the CQC at the end of 2017, three Essex regions have transformed their CQC ratings in just one year. In each region they have been assessed as "Good" and "Outstanding".