Carer’s jobsboard carehomenurse.co.uk launches...
The author and motivational speaker Jim Rohn once said: “One person caring about another represents life’s greatest value.”
The team who created the new jobsboard carehomenurse.co.uk couldn’t agree more. That’s why they’re launching their new site this week, to bring together skilled carers and excellent employers for the benefit of those who need help the most.
There are over 21,500 care homes of one sort or another across the UK; this means there are always a great number of caring opportunities open to those with the skills and experience as qualified carers. It has to be said, though, a career in caring is about so much more than qualifications. To be a success in this line of work requires a certain attitude, the right personality and character traits that stand out in a world that looks increasingly inward and where, it seems, far too many just look out for themselves.
You have to really want to do this kind of work; it isn’t just a job, it is a calling. You need to approach it in a way that says “I’m going to look after these people to the best of my ability and treat them how I would wish to be treated were I in their situation.” You never know, one day you might be!
carehomenurse wants to create a very special community dedicated to this very special vocation. They want to create a place where employers can advertise their vacancies knowing that their applicants will be of the highest standards: experienced, fully qualified and with the sort of character that will make them a valuable addition to the existing team. A community where carers can come along and find worthwhile opportunities with excellent employers who appreciate the hard work the caring profession entails.
On the carehomenurse website you will find roles to suit your skills and experience in care homes situated all over the UK and dealing with a variety of needs. From homes for the care of the elderly, to those dedicated to helping those with mental health issues, problems with addiction and substance abuse, specialist dementia units and hospices for terminal illness. Whatever area of care your skillset covers, carehomenurse will have your next career opportunity waiting for you.
Caring is like giving a gift to someone and then reaping your own rewards from it. There are few better feelings than knowing you have brought a little ray of sunshine into someone’s otherwise dark day. Even the simplest of things: a smile and a nice cup of tea, a shared joke, someone to listen to them or even just holding their hand when they need a lift – it all makes a world of difference to those you care for and to you.
If you have that special something that makes you a care worker, get in touch with carehomenurse today and make a world of difference.