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Do you want to work in a role that is both rewarding and flexible? Then, why not use your transferable skills and real-life experience to make an incredible difference by supporting people that need your help.

If you’ve lost your job in travel, retail or hospitality we can help find you a new role this summer. Don’t worry if you haven’t worked in care before, full training and on-going support is always provided.

  • Flexible hours

  • Rewarding

  • Job security

  • Fantastic career opportunities

  • Full training and on-going support

Our Proud to Care Team offer a personal online matching service to help you find the ideal role based in your preferred West Sussex location. We’ll match your skills, background and availability with local care vacancies. We can give you guidance about working in care and answer any questions you may have.

To find out more about working in care read our frequently asked questions or contact us.

Hear from the people who have switched careers and are now working in care and enjoying successful careers where they get to make a real difference every day.

After 25 years in hotel management, including; sales and marketing and event management, I wanted to use my transferable customer service skills to make a difference to older people. This role combines my passion for customer service and caring for others.

Working as a Hairdresser I always knew I liked looking after people and after 20 years in the profession I decided it was now or never and I applied for a Care Assistant role. The residents I look after are so lovely, and just like in hairdressing you adapt to each person and learn how they would like things done which is really important.

I’ve worked in care for 2 years now having decided that I wanted to do something more rewarding than my previous job in a supermarket. One of the things I love about this job is taking the residents on trips such as afternoon tea, a pub lunch or to go and see a panto. Helping them to do something they really love makes me feel I’m doing a good job.