Ready to make a difference West Sussex?
We’re always on the lookout for caring and committed people to join our growing team.
If you are passionate about helping people and are looking for a rewarding role that offers job satisfaction and flexibility, why not apply to join us today? No experience is required as full paid training is provided.*
Valuing our staff
Because we value our staff we offer excellent benefits which include:
- 4 weeks annual leave plus Bank Holidays
- 45p per mile
- Free DBS check
- Paid induction
- Free uniform
- Ongoing training and career development
- Private healthcare - we will pay you money towards your dental treatment, eye test & glasses plus much more
- £300 start up loan plus £300 for every friend and / or family member you refer to start work with us.
*Valid driving licence and a car is required.
Join our recruitment days
Would you like the opportunity to find out more about the types of roles available at ECL?
If so, come along to our recruitment open days taking place at in Worthing on XXX July, Xam-Xpm.
Applications and interviews will take place during the day. Just come along with a utility bill dated within the last three months and a form of valid ID, such as your Drivers Licence or Passport.
Email Sue.Cranford@essexcares.org for further information.
Alternatively, please see below for our available roles and apply online.
Join our expanding team as Care Assistants within our Community Reablement Service.
Community Care Assistant - West Sussex Community Reablement Service
Salary: £15,114.17 - £20,150.00pa + 45p Mileage
Reablement at Home is a short-term care package delivered to adults living in West Sussex who are in need of extra support following a period of ill health. The service aims to restore confidence and re-establish independence within the home.
As a Community Care Assistant – Reablement, you will be supporting in a wide range of tasks including personal care, mobility, confidence building, meal preparation and medication management.
Within this service there are three types of rehabilitation needs:
- Recovery: from a serious episode of ill health
- Restoration: following recent debilitation
- Optimising: if one becomes increasingly frail or have a long term health condition