Are you passionate about care? Do you want to finish your day knowingyou’ve made a difference to someone’s life?
If you answer yes, then we have the career for you!
The purpose of your new job is to give the highest quality care within ourhomes. This will include:
Whether you may be giving support with personal care or joining in withuser’s activities, the variety within your role will give you great jobsatisfaction!
Do I need experience? Quite simply no! Anyone can apply, we don’t need any qualifications as you will always be learning through our innovative training and support programme, giving you thebest skills possible to ensure you reach your fullpotential.
All you need is good communication skills and to be ableto show compassion, respect and patienceto the people we support and to live our values.
Why work for us?
"I’ve never enjoyed a job as much as I do this one, working with TheFremantle Trust. We’re like a family, it’s a great working environment andI’m always learning!"
Established since 1992, we’re a charity and not–for–profit organisationthat provides care and support for older people and adults with learningdisabilities. Today, we have 1500 staff supporting over 1,100 residents atservices across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, and MiltonKeynes.
As a care provider we have a duty of care to our service users andemployees to ensure we operate in a safe environment. To ensure we complywith the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment)(Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 ("the Regulations"), you will need to befully vaccinated against Covid–19 unless clinically exempt.
From time to time we may require you to take part in other mandatory healthtesting and health vaccination programmes.
All Fremantle staff must understand and actively participate in theSafeguarding, Health and Safety and Equality and Diversity policies andprocedures to ensure that people who use services, other staff andstakeholders are safe and respected in Fremantle services.
This could be the best job you ever do – so what are you waiting for?