Category: General Liverpool Social Care Partnership CIC Virtual Jobs Fair Virtual Wednesday, 25 November 2020; 09:30 - 16:00

Liverpool Social Care Partnership CIC Virtual Jobs Fair Virtual Wednesday, 25 November 2020; 09:30 - 16:00

25th November 2020

Liverpool Social Care Partnership CIC Virtual Jobs Fair

Come along and meet employers virtually from the comfort of your own home!

All employers have a range of vacancies currently available!

Each employer will tell you about their company and what to expect in the job.

You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Employers include:

Alternative Futures Group 9:40am – 10:10am

Alternative Futures Group provide support in a variety of ways through supported living and community outreach services, independent hospitals, complex care support, individual budgets, personal budgets, and direct payments.
Alternative Futures Group have a variety of support worker roles currently available which you can view on the following link

Find out more about AFG on their website


Home Carers Liverpool 10:15 – 10:45am

Home carers Liverpool main purpose is to provide domiciliary care to adults over the age of 18 years of age, supporting clients with a wide range of needs in their own homes. This can range from minimal support with cooking and cleaning to more intensive care, including rehabilitation and home from hospital care for people with long term medical conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and stroke and palliative end of life care.
HCL are currently recruiting for part time and full-time walkers or drivers in Liverpool and Knowsley area and Drivers only in Wirral. You can view these job vacancies on

Find out more about HCL on their website


Glenelg Support Ltd 10:50 – 11:20am

Glenelg provide supported living and domiciliary care for individuals with a learning disability, physical disability and/or mental health needs. Glenelg work closely with individuals and their families in the planning and development of support programmes tailored for each individual.They also work in partnership with local social services, primary care trusts, supporting people and independent brokerage firms to deliver support up to 24 hours a day.
Glenelg have various Support worker roles available and the application form for current roles is available from the following link

Find out more about Glenelg on their website

Sterling Care 11:25 – 11:55am

Sterling care is a domiciliary care and support provider with a range of services across Merseyside. Your role will cover a variety of tasks some for example helping with household routines such as washing dishes, hoovering, offering companionship, personal care and participating in hobbies. Sterling Card have numerous vacancies available and you can find the application from on the following link

Find out more about Sterling Care on their website

Liverpool Social Care Partnership 12:00 – 12:30pm

Liverpool Social Care partnership are hosting the event but will also be here to discuss our free, pre-employment training programme for social care which will prepare you to work with people who need care or support to live their lives. During the programme you will learn about possible roles, your responsibilities and duty of care. You will find out how to keep people safe and ways of developing good working relationships including how to communicate well and handle sensitive information. You will also complete an employability qualification and other specialist training such as first aid, health and safety and food safety. At the end of your programme you will receive support on completing application forms and interview skills in preparation for your guaranteed job interviews.

Find out more about LSCP on our website

Mediline Supported Living 13:00 – 13:30pm

Mediline provide community care and support services for disabled people and educational training and employment opportunities for young adults in a work based learning environment. Mediline offer a broad range of care and support services to a diverse group of people who need additional support to live in the community. Services are delivered to people with a wide range of care and support needs, including: Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Mental Health Needs, Acquired Brain Injury, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Substance Misuse, Frail and Elderly, Dual diagnosis and/or complex needs.
Mediline have multiple support worker roles available which you can access on the following link

Find out more about Mediline on their website

Options for Supported Living 13:35 – 14:05pm

Options is a local organisation existing to support, empower and enable people with disabilities to live their lives to the full. Options support children and adults with learning disabilities, autism and acquired brain injury across Merseyside and the surrounding areas.Support is provided at home with every day tasks and outreach is also available which covers things such as helping with the service users social life and exploring hobbies and interests.
Options have multiple support workers roles available which you can view on the following link

Find out more about Options for Supported Living on their website

Brothers of charity 14:10 – 14:40pm

The Brothers of Charity Services offer support to over 500 people with learning disabilities across the North West of England. The services that they offer include supported living; residential, nursing and respite care; supporting people with complex health and social needs; dementia care andtransitional services including employment, social enterprise and volunteering options – enabling choice, control and increased independence.

Brothers of charity have a variety of roles available which you can access via the following link

Find out more about Brothers of charity on their website

Cooper Noble Care 14:45 – 15:15pm

Cooper Noble Care provide support in shared house accommodations for 4 to 6 people, withsleep in staff for individuals who need more support

in the daytime, and the reassurance of having a staff member staying overnight, for support during night hours, if needed. CNC also have larger properties that house individual flats for those who require more independence but still have the support therefor when they need it.

CNC have multiple opportunities available, you can contact them regarding these on the details provided on this link

Find out more about Cooper Noble Care on their website

Interested? Please call your Sefton@Work adviser on 01519342610 for referral to the event.

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