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Could you help to care for vulnerable people in Lancashire?

The following message has been received from Lancashire County Council:


Lancashire County Council is committed to helping keep the most vulnerable people in our county safe and supported as we face the unprecedented challenge of the coronavirus.

As a county council we know this is something we cannot do on our own. We need to come together across Lancashire during this uncertain and difficult time to make sure we can safeguard our most vulnerable residents, particularly those who are currently in a care setting.

We are now urgently recruiting more paid carers to care for our most vulnerable residents so if you are caring, responsible and good with people, please get in touch.

Your role will involve making a difference to vulnerable peoples’ lives by supporting them with everyday tasks that they now struggle to do without some help.

You may be based in a residential home providing specialised support or be asked to provide more general support for people with a variety of care needs.

If you have recently left a role in the care sector or have previous experience in a care setting we would love to hear from you. If you don’t have any experience but want to help out, please get in touch too as experience is not essential.

This is no small role, every time you support someone with personal care it helps make a direct impact on helping our collective fight against the virus.

Join our care team

Please visit our website for more information and simply complete the form on the page to register your interest and we will get in touch: www.lancashire.gov.uk/jobs/carers


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