Why work in Health & Social Care?

With a huge demand for workers, plenty of opportunities for progression and a job in which 96% of workers said they feel their work makes a difference, adult social care has lots to offer. It’s a very rewarding career and you can make a real difference to someone’s life. There are also lots of opportunities to progress and work with different people.

Come and discover first-hand the range of career opportunities available, by dropping in to the Social Care Exchange’s Health Information Week event on Wednesday, from 6pm-7pm. Meet specialist recruiters HFHC Midlands and find out how to start or develop your career within health and social care and gain advice on securing the right role.

HFHC Midlands are a dynamic family-led care agency delivering high quality care across Lincolnshire and investing in their staff to provide real career development opportunities. Recruiting experienced care, support and nursing staff, HFHC Midlands provide full and part time flexible work roles allowing staff to work around their care or study commitments. The roles also provide variety with the opportunity to work in a number of settings and with different staff teams – giving the opportunity to build your experience quickly.

HFHC Midlands provide full training to all staff to prepare them for their roles, with in-house induction, refresher and additional specialist training courses on offer.

Sonia Epson, Business Development Manager at HFHC Midlands comments “We invest heavily in our staff, offering great career development opportunities and first-class training, which is crucial to delivering exceptional support.

Many of our carers go on to study nursing, using the experience they built with us to demonstrate the qualities Universities are looking for in their application"

This informal Community Exchange event is a great opportunity to meet healthcare specialists, talk to recruitment advisers, learn more about the roles available in the sector and even interview for live jobs. Drop in to the Social Care Exchange, just off Doddington Road, on Wednesday 4th July between 6-7pm and learn more.