Local recruitment drive for domiciliary care workers

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Thursday, September 8th, 2016
Community, Jobs & Careers
The Southern Health and Social Care Trust is currently trying to increase the number of domiciliary care workers helping clients live in the comfort of their own homes.
Edith Beggs, Domiciliary Care Worker, caring for a local client

Edith Beggs, Domiciliary Care Worker, caring for a local client

A career in domiciliary care is ideal for a compassionate person who would like to help improve a client’s daily routine. The Trust has been running a campaign called ‘Homecarers Care’ which shows the many benefits from working in domiciliary care. Many workers have enjoyed long-term, successful careers providing care in people’s homes. Others have gained from the experience and benefited from development opportunities offered by the Trust. Angela McVeigh, Director of Older People and Primary Care, launching her latest recruitment drive, says, “In the Southern Trust we are committed to promoting a better quality of life for every patient and client. “In our area, thankfully we have an increasing number of older patients living longer and some of these with more complex needs. “Domiciliary Care Workers can help provide end of life care, support our older population and clients with learning disabilities and physical disabilities to live with dignity, for as long as possible in their own homes where they want to be.
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September 2016“We are particularly interested in recruiting staff in Katesbridge, South Armagh, Dromara, Banbridge, Loughbrickland, Scarva, Aughnacloy, Clougher, Killylea, Markethill and Augher. Angela added, “So if you are kind, caring and would like to help people live more independently, you could be the ideal candidate to work with our domiciliary care teams in the Trust.” If you would like to receive further information please call 028 9536 2998, or you can apply directly by visiting the HSC Recruit website.
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