Join The Care Collective
Our colleagues come from diverse backgrounds and many have unpaid care roles outside of work. We are passionate about supporting unpaid carers in Wales and we are committed to equality and inclusion.
We currently have around 170 colleagues working at The Care Collective, working across ten local authority areas. Where we work accounts for almost 50% of the total number of unpaid carers in Wales.
Read on to find out more about our benefits and our current care worker vacancies.
Benefits of working with us
We want to work with and attract colleagues who are passionate, positive, professional and want to put unpaid carers at the heart of what we do. For many of our roles, abilities and skills are more important than direct previous experience.
If you decide you want to join The Care Collective family, we can offer a fun, hard-working workplace culture shaped by our colleagues.
Working with us means you will:
- Benefit from flexible working arrangements(hybrid working for some roles)
- Have excellent opportunities to develop your skills and career
- Be part of an ethical organisation, driven by our values and commitment to our clients
- Enjoy a competitive salary and benefits
- Work within an open, fair and trusting culture
- Work with people who are as committed, positive and fair as you are
- Be challenged by, recognised for and proud of the work you do
- Be part of a cooperative, innovative team
- Be consulted on changes that affect you and have a real voice in how we do things at The Care Collective
Care Worker Vacancies
Our colleagues at The Care Collective can be characterised by their passion, commitment and integrity.
Click here for a list of our current care worker vacancies if you’re interested in joining our team.
The Equality Act
A disability is defined under the Act as a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term effect on a person’s ability to carry out normal activities. If you tell us you have a disability we will make reasonable adjustments during recruitment. If you are appointed to the post, we will make reasonable adjustments to where you work and to your working arrangements. If you require any further assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our application forms are available in alternative formats on request, including audio and Braille. Please contact us on 01495 769996 oremail email@example.com if you require an application form in an alternative or accessible format.
If you require an application form in Welsh, please contact us on 01495 769996 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, good luck!