We seek people with the right mix of skills, passion and ambition to help us to continue to grow and develop. Even if you’re new to caring, we will always provide the support and training you need.
If you're a naturally kind and compassionate person who wants to have a positive impact on people's lives – including your own - we’re waiting to hear from you.
Whether you work in our care homes or our support offices, you will be rewarded well for the important role you play in making a difference in the lives of our residents.
Here are some of the rewards and benefits you will receive for working at Churchlake Care Partnership(LLP):
- You can get qualifications on the job. During your role at CLCP, we will keep you up to date with best practices and evolving techniques in your field. You will also have access to training diplomas with nationally recognised qualifications, including apprenticeships.
- Do something meaningful and rewarding.
- Our residents are at the heart of our Churchlake family.
- Our team members take great satisfaction from making residents' lives that little bit easier. And knowing that you make a difference to their day provides a real sense of achievement that's difficult to experience in any other role.
Work flexible hours.
We offer flexible shifts which can fit around family, study, or social commitments.
Get paid to be sociable.
Our homes are vibrant communities where our teams take pride in providing activities, entertainment, and top-notch food for our residents, liaising with family members, and spending time getting to know our residents.
As part of our team, your health and wellbeing are very important to us. You will have access to a range of resources, including counselling, and financial and legal information via our 24-hour Employee Assistance Programme and Care Workers' Charity, and the Blue Light Card which offers substantial retail and leisure discounts. CLCP also offers pay enhancements, service-related annual leave, competitive pension schemes, a free uniform, DBS checks and PIN registration for nurses.
As an inclusive and equal rights employer, we are proud to be a diverse organisation, and we are genuinely committed to empowering you to grow into your role and motivating you to continue to learn and develop professionally. As well as continuing professional development, keeping you up to date on best practices, new thinking and evolving techniques in your field, you will also have access to training diplomas with nationally recognised professional qualifications, including apprenticeships in health and social care.
In the same way, we empower our residents to flourish by taking the time to get to know them, we adopt the same approach with our colleagues. You can expect to receive regular performance development reviews, giving you a chance to step back and consider what support you need to grow, and what you want to achieve in your career now, and in the future.
Of course, experience is often the best teacher and you will receive regular and informal guidance, support and encouragement from your highly-skilled, like-minded and dedicated colleagues in the course of your everyday duties.
You can be confident that you will be supported at every stage of your journey with Churchlake Care Partnership through regular training and opportunities to be the best that you can be in your role.
Will you join our ever-growing team of volunteers? All you need is enthusiasm and a desire to help.
Putting your skills to good use, meeting new people and knowing you’re making a huge difference in someone's day. Three great reasons to start volunteering at CLCP
Our volunteers are important members of the CLCP Team, helping us create happy and fun homes for our residents. They do a range of interesting and rewarding roles, so we’re sure to have something to suit your interests and flexible enough to fit with the time you want to give.
Whatever your preconceptions about life in a care home, leave them at the door. We like nothing better than to have fun and celebrate life and the invitation to join us is open.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a keen baker, crafter, gardener, musician, or someone who just likes sitting quietly with a friend for a chat over a cuppa. These are all things our residents love doing too – why not enjoy them together?