Do Something Amazing.

Whether you are considering a Career in Care or you are an existing Care Worker, We can help you realise your ambitions.
As an organisation we believe in career progression. We have promoted every member of our senior staff from junior positions, several starting as Care Workers. Woodford is owned by Helen Wilcox MBE, previously Vice Chair for Skills for Care and current Chair for Black Country Partnership for Care (BCPC). Helen has been and remains instrumental in driving up the standards of Adult Social Care, not just within our organisation but throughout the entire sector.

  • Care Support Worker

    We are looking for caring and compassionate individuals who want to make a real difference to people's lives allowing them to stay in their own homes where they are comfortable.

    Woodford are offering an excellent and rewarding opportunity to work as part of a highly motivated and caring team as a Care Support Worker within the local area of Wolverhampton with vast opportunities to develop and progress your career within Adult Social Care.

    Areas of Wolverhampton we currently support- Penn, Merry Hill, Wednesfield, Bilston, central Wolverhampton.

    Our aim is to provide the tools which are required as well as support and guidance to ensure the people we support are able to live at home where they are comfortable.

    No experience is necessary as full training is provided including the Care Certificate. Full driving license preferred but not essential if located within the above areas.

    Woodford offer all members of staff:

    • Opportunities to gain a qualification and/or an apprenticeship
    • Paid travel time
    • Paid holiday
    • Contracted hours
    • Career progression opportunities- Current Registered Care Manager started as a Care Worker after a change of career.
    • Flexible working hours
    • Uniform
    • Comprehensive training (experience not essential)

     

What Our Customers Say

"We are truly grateful for all the help, without you it would not have been possible for our father to stay at home". BL (92) Dementia Sufferer
"I am enjoying having choice in what i do as i now have great support- going dancing". HM (53) Learning Disability