Come along to our recruitment events

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Thursday 28th July

Horsham

Roffey Millennium Hall

10:30am – 2:00pm

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Tuesday 30th August

Bognor Regis

The Regis Centre

10:30am – 2:00pm

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wickbourne-centre

Friday 30th September

Littlehampton

Wickbourne Centre

10:30am – 2:00pm

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Care workers are the heroes of our community

Proud to Care is excited to announce the launch of our Community Heroes campaign. The campaign is designed to share the inspiring stories of adult social care heroes that live and work within the heart of our community.

As well as sharing the stories of these amazing community heroes, we are holding recruitment local events for anyone considering a career in care. You will have an opportunity to talk to different adult social care services who have a range of vacancies available.

Are you a care provider? To take advantage of this promotional activity all you need to do is post your vacancies on our website. You can register or login to our new employers hub by clicking the button below. New registrations take up to 48 hours to be approved.

Proud to Care is a completely FREE service offered on behalf of West Sussex County Council to support Adult Social Care providers with recruitment & retention.

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Read local stories from local heroes

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Jamie

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Liz

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Learn how you can start in care today!

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Job Roles

There are many different roles in adult social care supporting different people in different types of settings. Each role has different duties and requires different skills. Read through all the different roles and opportunities available to you.

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Qualifications

Most care services offer the opportunity to complete NVQs alongside your job. These can help improve your skills, help with you personal development and create opportunities for career progression.

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Career Progression

Working in care comes with the opportunity to progress your career in a number of ways. From working your way up to management, or using the skills you gain to try something new, a job in care is just the start.

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