Our excellence in providing services is thanks to our great people

From roles in domiciliary care to careers in our Head Office, there’s plenty to choose from. From Care Workers to award winners, we make it happen.

Permanent Care Positions in Bromsgrove

The first and most important reason to choose a career with Care Force has to be variety: there’s a huge number of jobs we have on offer. From roles in domiciliary care, support and management, to careers within our Head Office, there’s plenty to choose from.
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Health Care Workers

If you enjoy meeting people and providing the best service you can, Care Force is a great place to build your career.
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Live In Carers

We offer a complete service for our service users, to help them remain in the comfort and safety of their own home. We’re very sensitive to our service users needs to receive a complete care service.
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Sleep In / Waking Nights

Sometimes our service users like to have someone stay with them over night, they don’t necessarily need someone to assist them with anything, simply someone to be in the house as a sleep in care worker.
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Desirable experience in one or more areas:

Adult care
Older adult care
Specialist dementia care
Palliative care

About your Career at Care Force

What do we do at Care Force? Well, in short, we’re one of the most reputable care providers in Worcestershire, providing support services throughout the region. This includes everything from dusting mantle pieces to comprehensive live in care.

But we also do more. Service Users look to us to provide the full range of support services like cleaning, sitting with loved ones, housework and respite.

So, that’s a little bit about what we do. The question now is: ‘What will you be doing with us?’

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Your development
Our dedication to training

Our In-house trainer is qualified to PTLLS 4 (Preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector) and CIEH train the trainer and has twenty years plus experience training in various sectors. The high quality care standards within Care Force is embedded into the team culture during induction training Our company policy facilitates full active monitoring of each training session by the Care Manager. The variety of training encompasses both mandatory and statutory training.

“We are guided by both the Care Quality Commission and Skills for Care in the structure relating to basic induction. However, we strongly believe this is only the foundation and have therefore added key elements to the programme. All inductees undertake training room based formal training / development utilising training materials that fit their own needs. They produce a working portfolio of evidence which can be transferred onto subsequent diplomas. Upon completion the care workers undertake a written assessment evaluating /assessing areas where additional training may be required. Auditing of each individuals induction is carried out by the Care Manager.

We don’t stop here, qualified (NVQ 2/3) staff are assessed utilising 50 specific questions identified by Skills for Care. All assessments are checked by the Training Manager and audited by the Care Manager. If our standards are not met they are invited onto the full induction programme.

At this point both new and qualified employees undertake guided shadowing by our qualified front line care workers. This is the flexible area of our programme where we drive the positive team culture working at the pace that fit the needs of the carer. The shadowing is fully documented and audited.

The knowledge and abilities of our care workers are exceptional and they are one of our greatest assets. To ensure we maintain the high standards ALL team members are actively monitored; we assess both practical and theoretical aspects of their care work. Monitoring takes place before, during and after service visits.

We encourage ALL staff to view their own personal development (CPD) and will source specialised external training if required (Stroke, Parkinson’s, Dementia to name a few). This is viewed as peripheral training that supports the mandatory development route i.e. Diplomas (NVQ).

To encourage personal development our care workers undertake annual self assessments, which are viewed in comparison to their active monitoring forms.

The knowledge and abilities of our care workers are exceptional and they are one of our greatest assets.