“Proud to Care”: recruiting men to the Care Sector

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Working in care can be a hugely rewarding role where you have the opportunity to help people to get the best out of every day. According to “Skills for Care” currently only 17% of the care workforce are male. This means a lack of diversity in the workforce and a lack of choice for those in need of care.

The Proud to Care Team at West Sussex County Council are running a free recruitment campaign across West Sussex to promote jobs and careers for men in the care sector.

Searching for a Job?
With a variety of job roles, working hours and locations available, there’s a career that accommodates every lifestyle.

Working in care is the perfect place to refresh your work experience or learn new skills. Whether you are starting or changing your career you’ll find a wide range of job opportunities.

If you’d like to find out more about working in care and local providers who are recruiting, then come along to one of Proud to Care’s drop-in care recruitment events which are a fantastic opportunity to meet with a range of potential employers and find out what working in care is all about – or see the Proud to Care website.

Recruiting Staff for the Care Sector?
Don’t miss out! In order to support your recruitment advertise your vacancy FREE via the Employers’ Hub on the Proud to Care website.

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