A healthcare provider is looking to recruit about 100 people in Northamptonshire after an appeal from the county council.
Allied Healthcare is responding to a county council request for contracted providers to extend their services to the east and south of the county.
The provider has 15,000 care workers in Northamptonshire, and has said it is now offering guaranteed-hours or flexible contracts to its employees.
Allied Healthcare has said its current recruitment drive will be focused in the south of the county – specifically in the towns of Towcester, Silverstone, Bugbrooke, Deanshanger, Middleton Cheney and Brackley.
Lisa Harris from Allied Healthcare said: “We believe that it’s vital that people are able to receive the care they deserve in the home they love, and we want to make this a reality.
“Finding the right people is at the heart of providing quality care across Northamptonshire.”
Allied Healthcare is looking for passionate, committed and caring individuals to help provide care to more individuals within their own homes. Applications will be welcomed from those with experience in the industry or those wanting to begin a rewarding career in care.
Successful applicants will receive industry leading free training which includes, first aid, dementia awareness, health and safety, food safety, infection control, handling medication and moving and handling service users.
Allied Healthcare is also able to offer a choice of guaranteed hours contracts or flexible contracts for successful applicants following successful completion of a probation period.
Potential applicants should call 01536 314840.