Who We Are

Hello, welcome to Proud to Care West Sussex. We’re here to help local people find rewarding jobs in care and to support care employers across West Sussex with their recruitment needs.

Proud to Care was set up in February 2019 by West Sussex County Council. We’re a small, dedicated and friendly team with vast experience of the care sector and we really know what it takes to be a fantastic care worker.

Our aim is to spread the word about the benefits of working in care and dispel some of the myths about care work. Care work is one of the most fulfilling jobs and offers fantastic career opportunities.

We work closely with care employers across the county, advertising their jobs on our website and offering guidance and support about all aspects of care recruitment.

Meet the team

What we do

  • If you’re new to care work we can help you decide what sort of role would suit your skills and experience. Get in touch and one of the team will contact you either by phone or email to arrange an informal discussion.
  • Search for vacancies on our Jobs Board. We always have a wide range of jobs in all care settings across West Sussex.
  • Register with us
  • Take a look at our website to find out more about a rewarding job in care. Be inspired by stories of real people working in care, read descriptions of the main care roles and find out how care can become a long-term career with huge opportunities to progress. There’s also lots of tips and hints about applying for jobs and attending interviews here.
  • Register with us. You’ll have access to our FREE online employers hub where you can post your job vacancies.
  • Contact us for 121 guidance about your recruitment needs. Whether you need help with writing job adverts, how to attract the right candidates and information about using value-based recruitment.

What next?

Here’s what people say about us:

“Thank you for your email and for all your help with me securing a role, it is much appreciated. All the best to you.”


“We really appreciate the work of Proud to Care and its efforts to help recruiting for social care.”

Care Provider

“Good morning Natasha, thank you so much for your kind help, have a nice day, take care.”


“I would like to thank you so much for the advert you wrote for us, and the advice you gave us at the meeting. We have used this job advert and have had a lot of interest.”

Care Provider