At Forge House Care, we are committed to providing the best range of care services for every single client. We stand behind our employees and support them in every way we can, all in pursuit of the best results.
There are many ways you can work for our company, ranging from working on a permanent basis to part-time. The positions available run from care worker, senior care worker, all the way up to management level. These opportunities are based in the fields of learning disability, mental health, autism, services for young to older people, as well supported living and other related outreach services.
Support work is one of the most rewarding fields around, putting professionals in a position to give back to the local community and embody the best standards of care concerning the vulnerable, along with enabling the best quality of life, and the greatest amount of independence possible. We offer world-class training and induction methods, producing support workers of the highest calibre.
Working in an environment where you are creating a difference to a vulnerable adult’s life can be a reward in itself. There are roughly two million people currently employed in the care sector, and this figure continues to rise. This increase brings with it the benefit of the prospect of long-term employment in a respected care company, carrying out some of the most rewarding work possible to do.
“They are a company that is supportive, honest and very passionate of the work they do. The team are friendly and always there to help.”
“We are a very passionate company who cares and gives support to all the staff who work for us and all the clients we support. We are loyal and respectful and want to give the best that we can.”
“My Manager and Senior are always available when I need help.”
To apply and enquire about our current job opportunities please contact Emma and Ann by emailing your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, please fill out the contact form below and we will be in touch with you within 5 working days.