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A career with Access Dignity Care

Find out how you can be part of our hardworking team

The greatest attribute we look for in a care worker, is just that, YOU CARE...

Working at Access Dignity Care

Access Dignity care are expanding and are now recruiting additional trainee and experienced care workers across the Tendring district, to join our community care work team. 

We have Full and Part time care work job vacancies. Induction training, QCF qualifications, and Apprenticeships in Health and Social Care are available to all new employees.

Commitment to quality care

With quality care playing such a pivotal role in recovery, rehabilitation and everyday activity, we are committed to supplying care that is individual to each client. 

Our Home Care service caters for the care needs of people and their families within the home environment, using care workers specifically chosen according to the needs of the client.

Find out how you can join the team!

No experience is necessary to join our team. We provide all the relevant Community Care Worker training that you require, including:

  • Full induction training prior to starting work
  • Shadowing with an experienced staff member until you are ready
  • QCF qualifications and apprenticeships available to all staff members
  • Regular refresher training to ensure you’re kept up to date

Send us your CV

If you're interested in any job opportunities within our company please email us your CV to: KarlieMcgregor@accessdignitycare.co.uk.

The benefits of working with us

  • Flexible working hours
  • Excellent rates of pay, paid monthly (£9.00-£10.50 depending on experience)
  • Access to our continuous training scheme
  • Mandatory carer training courses
  • Friendly, supportive office staff and colleagues
  • A firm commitment to quality

What you need to work with us

  • Eligibility to work in the UK
  • A Full UK Driving License
  • Have a UK/EU passport or appropriate visa
  • Undertake a DBS check (we can arrange this for you)
  • Ensure you have the skills and experience that the role requires

"I love working for Access Dignity Care. It’s the small details that make such a big difference. This approach makes it so much easier for us to do our job well, and give the level of support needed, making going to work a pleasure!"