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County Voice: Special COVID19 Edition

Care recruitment call in Denbighshire

A major recruitment drive has been launched in Denbighshire to recruit contracted care staff to assist in the county’s care homes.

The Council has already enlisted the help of 55 staff, volunteers and members of the public and the Council has launched its Gallu Gofalu? /  Care to Care? campaign to fill numerous care home contract vacancies across the county.

The biggest need is for hands on care and the Council is keen to recruit contracted staff to work in care teams throughout the county. There are a variety of roles and some will provide critical support to local communities.  No experience necessary, as training will be provided. The Council is looking for kind hearted, caring and compassionate individuals.

Councillor Bobby Feeley, Cabinet Lead Member for Well-being and Independence, said: “This is an urgent appeal for care home staff. We are in unprecedented times and the future with coronavirus looks really uncertain.

“There is a lot of pressure on social care and resources are being stretched to the limit.  That is why we are having such a major push on recruitment and we would ask anyone who fits the bill to get in touch as a matter of urgency”.

To find out how to apply for contract vacancies, click here  or by phoning the Human Resources Team, on 01824 706200.


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