We welcome EU applicants who share our values. If you’re looking for a rewarding job in care please contact us today or upload your CV in English. Thank you.
Приветстваме кандидати от Европейския съюз, които споделят ценностите ни. Ако търсите носеща удовлетворение работа в сферата на грижите, моля, свържете се с нас днес или качете своето CV на английски. Благодаря!
Szívesen várjuk azon EU jelentkezőket, akik azonos értékekben hisznek. Ha szeretné, hogy ápolói munkáját elismerjék, akkor még ma vegye fel a kapcsolatot velünk vagy töltse fel angol nyelvű önéletrajzát. Köszönjük!
Laukiame kandidatų iš ES, besivadovaujančių tomis pačiomis vertybėmis, kaip ir mes. Jei ieškote pasitenkinimo teikiančio darbo priežiūros srityje, kreipkitės į mus šiandien arba įkelkite savo CV anglų kalba. Dėkojame.
“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” — Leo Buscaglia, author
The rewards of being a Carer are many and varied. Caring for vulnerable people and the elderly carries a sense of fulfilment and accomplishment that only comes from helping others, and in the act of giving. Whether you are caring for older people, or any other groups in need of support, these are the reasons that will get you out of bed every morning, keep you motivated throughout the day, and end your day with a smile.
For a Care Worker, supporting and caring for others comes in many forms and shapes: whether it’s helping with housekeeping, personal care, making meals, providing support to get out in the community or companionship. Your contribution will help someone else live their life with dignity and to the person’s full potential. Knowing that without your help, the people you are caring for would not be able to carry out everyday tasks, that we take for granted, will fill you with a great sense of accomplishment and purpose. Making a positive difference to someone else’s day, makes your day!
On a deeper level, your intervention, often in small ways, has the power to enable people to make personal choices and to keep their identity as individuals. You support them to choose what to wear or what to eat, whether to stay in or to go out. Promoting and supporting the independence of someone who, through physical weakness or age, would otherwise have to give up their choices and preferences, is a privilege and is extremely rewarding.
Another great aspect of a Care Worker’s life is the face-to-face meaningful contact with people. In a society where everyone is short on time, struggling to keep up with life’s demands and commitments, whilst making time for others, a Care Worker’s role is centred on human interaction and on building relationships with people around you. That includes the Clients you support, as well as your network of co-workers and other social care professionals who will always be seeking to support you in many ways. So, if the Office environment is not for you, or you are sick of computers and technology, working as a Carer will fill your days with much deeper meaning.
Another valuable part of Caring for others, is that through every challenge, it will continually encourage you to develop your own natural talents and dispositions. Looking after the needs of vulnerable individuals will enrich your life experience, as you learn something new every day. It will improve your decision-making and problem solving skills and help you to grow in confidence.
Contact us if you have an emergency related to an elderly or disabled person living at home, are concerned about a friend, relative or yourself coping at home alone, need to chat through care options, or are after general information and advice.