Chance for people out of work in Exmouth to become keyworkers
- Credit: Proud to Care Devon
A campaign has been launched to recruit 1,500 new healthcare assistants and care workers in Devon.
Proud to Care has launched the campaign to encourage those who may find themselves out of work to consider if their skills are suitable for a career in care.
the number of people in Devon claiming Jobseekers Allowance and Universal Credit has increased by more than 11,000 and there are almost 20,000 unemployed people in Devon.
The Find Your Calling campaign aims to mobilise an army of new care workers in Devon, encouraging people with the right values and skills to apply.
The campaign calls for people to register their interest by completing a quick online form at www.proudtocare.co.uk/findyourcalling
Applicants will get a call back and the offer of free one-to-one support to find out if a job in care and health is right for them.
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