If you have a calling to care for others, we may have a care position that's perfect for you.
If you find yourself unfulfilled with your current job and want to know you’ve made a positive difference each day, a career in care could be for you.
A career in care can provide an amazing and varied career pathway. No two days are the same, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet some amazing people and hear their fascinating stories. You’ll also have the knowledge that because of the vital work you, and the wider Bluebird Care team do, our customers are able to remain safe and happy in their own homes.
I have worked At Bluebird care Wiltshire north for the past 3 years. and I can honestly say Its been one of the best care companies I have worked for. I came in as a care worker but with the support of the management team I have progressed within my role. I have Learnt so much if you are looking for a role where you are valued and encouraged to progress within your role and yourself then this is the place for you.
At Bluebird Care we specialise in working with customers and their families that require care in their own homes. We offer a unique service of personalised care visits from a daily visit to full live-in support. So no matter the need, no matter the amount of care, we are there for as much or as little as they need us.
If you want a feeling of pride each day, knowing you’ve played a vital role is supporting someone to remain in their own home then be sure to email us or give us a call to start your new career in care today!
DISABILITY CONFIDENT EMPLOYER
As a Disability Confident Employer we are committed to ensuring that our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible to all, we
- have a process that is aware and against discrimination;
- make job advertisements accessible to all;
- provide information in accessible formats (eg large print);
- accept applications in alternative formats (eg electronically).
Our job vacancies are promoted
- through a range of communication channels;
- with advice from Jobcentre Plus, Work Programme providers and local disabled people’s user-led organisations;
- reviewed through our current recruitment processes.
Interviews are offered to disabled people
- We encourage applications from disabled people by offering them an interview if they meet the minimum criteria for the job (this is the description of the job set by the employer).
We anticipate and provide reasonable adjustments as required
- Disabled people aren’t disadvantaged when applying for and doing their jobs.
Support any existing employee who acquires a disability or long-term health condition to stay in work
- Retaining an employee who has become disabled means keeping their valuable skills and experience and saves on the cost of recruiting a replacement.
Charter for Employers Positive about Mental Health Bluebird Care Wiltshire North
As an employer we recognise that in the UK, people experiencing mental ill health continue to report stigma and discrimination at work. Having signed the ‘Charter for Employers Positive about Mental Health’, we are committed to creating a supportive and open culture, where colleagues feel able to talk about mental health confidently, and aspire to appropriately support the mental wellbeing of all staff.
As an employer, we have made an on-going commitment to:
- Provide non-judgemental and proactive support to staff experiencing mental ill health.
- Not make assumptions about a person with a mental health condition and their ability to work.
- Be positive and enabling towards all employees and job applicants with a mental health condition.
- Support line managers in managing mental health in the workplace.
- Ensure we are fair in the recruitment of new staff in accordance with the Equality Act (2010).
- Make it clear that people who have experienced mental ill health will not be discriminated against, and that disclosure of a mental health problem will enable both the employee and employer to assess and provide the right level of support or adjustment.