Care Worker Roles At Bright Futures

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At Bright Futures Care, we have care roles available in a number of locations.  We are looking for inspiring individuals to work for us in our new homes.  We offer plenty of opportunities for growth and career development.

Care Support Worker

Our Support Workers support young adults or children with learning difficulties.  You will help and encourage them with daily life by using excellent communication, which is positive, clear and concise.  You will work within an excellent team of individuals and collaborate with families to ensure tour  high standards are met.

Support Workers are the foundation of Bright Futures.  You will assist individuals with their daily life and promote independence and education to help them express themselves and fulfil their individual potential. You will work in a supportive team to ensure that our young people and children have a stable and stimulated environment which allows the best physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care. 

Why choose Bright Futures Care?

Each role at Bright Futures not only comes with ample opportunity for career development and progression but also a range of additional benefits.  Firstly, all your meals are provided while at work. We also fit full time hours into 3 days which allows you to have 4 full days to yourself at home!

We have Simply Health cash back opportunities on dental, optical, health and wellbeing is also provided and we offer Bright Stars Bonus payments and Care Friends referral and reward schemeWe will also provide you with all the necessary training needed to thrive at work so you don’t need experience to apply for our roles.

Where are these roles situated?

We have a range of homes and school settings in Warrington, St Helens, Widnes and Liverpool, each setting has plenty of open space to relax and enjoy with the children and young adults. 

Each role has clear potential for career progression and development.  Everyday is different with a range of activities, challenges and plans!  If you are interested in a career in Care and are passionate about supporting others, then you would be a perfect candidate.  Take a look at our job vacancies and find out more about each role to see which would be best suited for you.

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