Vacancy: Part Time Care Co-Ordinator

Colne Valley Care Cooperative Carer Recruitment photo

We are looking for a part time Care Co-Ordinator to join our growing and friendly team! As a Care Co-Ordinator, you will play an integral part in managing the daily communications of our site. You must be personable and discreet as you will be liaising with the entire team to …

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We value our care staff – join us!

Cooperative Care Colne Valley Staff Recruitment photo

You will be providing support to adult user members, across the Colne Valley, who may require help with personal care and all aspects of daily living. They will have a variety of needs such as reduced mobility, challenging behaviour or dementia. Our minimum call is 30 minutes, giving us time to build relationships and ensure quality …

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We’ve achieved Living Wage employer status

Living Wage Foundation panel

We are really pleased to announce that we have been accredited by the Living Wage Foundation as a Living Wage employer. The real Living Wage is the only UK wage rate to be voluntarily paid by over 7,000 UK organisations – and we’re one of them. These organisations believe that …

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Join our Board

Co-operative Care Colne Valley are looking to bring up to three talented new individuals onto our board. They will contribute their skills and expertise to the further development of our work as an innovative community-owned social care and home care provider in the Colne Valley. We are keen to ensure …

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We are looking for Care Staff

Cooperative Care Colne Valley Staff recruitment

Join us in our new domiciliary provider service We are a not-for-profit organisation delivering home care and community support services in the Colne Valley area of Kirklees. You will be providing support to people who may require help with personal care tasks e.g. getting out of bed, dressing, toileting and …

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Now’s the time to Build Back Better in Social Care

Home Care image for Cooperative Care Colne Valley

The Covid 19 Crisis has proved that we need a better sort of domiciliary social care. More holistic and person-centred. One that moves beyond providing just basic care and allows people to lead fuller lives. One that treats care professionals with the respect they deserve. The crisis has also revealed …

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Our approach to our staff

We will release details of roles that we are recruiting for as they become available, please keep checking back on this page. The adult social care sector faces a crisis of staff morale and high staff turnover caused by low pay and insecure working conditions. Yet people who receive care …

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