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Care jobs that will help you progress your career

We’re always on the lookout for kind and experienced carers who want a care job in Christchurch that will help you progress your career.

What we offer

  • Comprehensive induction training
  • Competitive rates of pay
  • Supportive management team which encourages two-way feedback
  • Working within a close-knit team for a local independent home care provider
  • Opportunities for structured career advancement - encouragement for higher qualifications
  • Staff-led client relationships
  • Consistent week by week rotas where possible
  • Training in clinical procedures - observations, wound dressing, insulin injections etc.

Benefits & training

At Liberty Private Care, we pride ourselves on giving our team the knowledge and training to develop new skills to achieve qualifications. In exchange, we offer the most competitive rates in the region, plus pension and recruitment bonuses.

The majority of our training is led by our registered nurse at our premises in Christchurch, where we have dedicated, modern training facilities.

How to apply

If you’re passionate about care and looking for more than just a job, we’d love to hear from you.

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What we need from you

Our carers must have references and provide an enhanced DBS check. You’ll need evidence of prior training, experience and knowledge and must pass induction training with our nurse.

We only hire people who share our ethos of compassion and giving high-quality care, and you’ll be required to attend regular team meetings and ongoing training.

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What we give you in return

We treat all our staff with respect and pay high rates, including mileage and a probationary bonus. We will support your professional development and value your outlook, experience, and problem-solving skills.

You will be employed on fixed or contracted hours, and trusted as our greatest asset. We often nominate staff for local and national rewards in recognition of their outstanding commitment.

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Working with us

Our carers are trained to bridge the gap between traditional care and nursing, which means ongoing training and supervision. You will have the opportunity for development in specialist care teams and to be involved in putting together care plans.

Carers wear a discreet uniform, have designated rotas with consistent working days. We also offer excellent working conditions, private health and dental plans, and reward long service.