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Looking for a change of employer or a new career?
Move to Ashley Care and be part of a profession to be proud of.
Every day you will be making a difference to somebody’s life.

Work for us

Work for a company that puts care first

Ashley Care has led from the front in the care sector since 1987, and in homecare specifically since 2003. We are a family-run company with a strong family ethos. We offer flexible working hours to fit around our staff and their families, as well as competitive rates of pay. Unlike many home care providers, we operate a weekly payroll, so you are renumerated quicker for the work you do. Delivering care throughout the Southend Borough allows us to create small, focused areas of care needs, meaning less travel time and greater efficiency for staff working out in the community. Whether you are new to social care or an experienced professional, we have training programmes to support your ongoing professional development. At Ashley Care, everyone takes pride in the vital work we do. As well as taking care of our clients, we take care of our staff too.

Not sure if working in the care profession is for you?  We have been working with Skills for Care to dispel many of the myths around working in care, and to counter some common misconceptions. Take a look at Working in Care – Common Myths.

So, come and join us and be part of a profession to be proud of.

Here’s a list of our current vacancies. If you would like any further information, please email or call 01702 343789.

Current Job Opportunities


Salary: TBA

Hours: 40

To ensure that staff are undertaking training for all mandatory subjects as stipulated by the Skills for Care, Care Certificate and the Fundamental Standards of Quality and Safety, published in accordance with the Health & Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 and the Care Act 2014 and that they are trained in a fair and reasonable way. To write further courses as and when necessary and to facilitate these also.
The duties of the post are as a minimum but not limited to the following
Liaise with the HR & Workforce Development Manager for the training of all members of staff in order that we ensure all are trained at least in the mandatory subjects.
To assist with HR procedures, e.g. Audits of personnel files, preparing and updated training material, producing ID badges, gaining identification from new Social Care workers in order for the DBS to be applied for and also gaining the payment from the learners relevant for the DBS application etc
Assistance with interviews of all new care workers.
To produce monthly audits containing details of how many staff attended training, to what cost? How many visits in the community assessing the Care Certificate?
To ensure that the renewals are undertaken by staff before the expiry of their old certificate on an annual basis as and where necessary and also to facilitate the courses relevant to the renewal subjects, if required after emailing the workbooks to all learners for completion.
To facilitate the training of all new inductees and to see them right through their Care Certificate, in order that may be signed off as “competent”.
To supervise the staff undertaking the Care Certificate in order to witness the demonstration of certain elements of the certificate. A report needs to be written evidencing the demonstration witness using the correct reporting template.
To continually check on relevant updates on training issues by looking at websites relating to Moving & Handling, Health & Safety, Fire etc etc.
To establish any learning needs, difficulties or requirements and adapt the training process accordingly and to produce session plans and schemes of work for all training course facilitated.
To provide advice and guidance on meeting the criteria set and to provide knowledge evidence question sheets and guidance notes for each and every training course.
To supervise on a quarterly basis all social care and reablement care workers and write a report on the supervision. The supervision should be on the ‘demonstrate’ parts of the Care Certificate.
To liaise with the HR & Workforce Development Manager to develop Annual Training Programmes and Individual Training & Development Plans for the Company and individual members of staff.
To attend quarterly departmental meetings where concerns and improvements can be raised.
To update Staffplan software after every training course, as and when staff achieve their certification.
The Trainer will report directly to the HR & Workforce Development Manager.


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