SureCare is to create up to 100 new jobs in York to meet the demand of the UK’s ageing population.
SureCare is looking to recruit care workers to provide personal care and support to a mix of council and private-paying clients in and around the city.
The company, which is based in Devonshire Court, wants to hear from care workers with a range of experience to provide support during the day, evenings, weekends and for short visits.
SureCare’s recruitment drive in York is part of a UK-wide expansion plan which will see hundreds of new jobs created over the coming months.
Shayla Arnold, SureCare York’s Registered Manager, said: “We are incredibly busy meeting the growing demand of older people and other vulnerable adults living in the York area. Our care workers provide quality care to both local authority and private clients.
“We pay our staff above average industry rates and, as an established company, are also able to offer career progression, ongoing training and development and the opportunity to become a valued member of the SureCare family.
“The care sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK and it is up to leading care companies like SureCare to ensure we are able to meet the growing needs.”
In addition to personal care and support, SureCare also offers home services, respite and holiday care and childcare including babysitting and a mobile crèche service for weddings and other events.
SureCare was founded more than 20 years ago and now operates a network of established offices in more than 30 locations across the UK.