On behalf of Warrington, our Mayor Cllr Maureen Creaghan, sends sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family, following the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. Read the Mayor's full statement.
Join our Adult social care team
A new chapter is unfolding in Social Care in Warrington
We are embarking on a new chapter in social care here in Warrington. Working with local residents to create a healthier, happier town - building a health and social care system to be proud of, one that’s fit for the future and will stand the test of time.
Could you be a Care Hero?
A regional recruitment drive has been launched across the North West to find care workers who can help provide support and care for some of Warrington’s most vulnerable people.
Are you compassionate and want to make a difference to people’s lives every day? Want to play a part in supporting your local community and caring for the most vulnerable? Enjoy working in a person-centred environment? Then a career in care could be for you. Working in adult social care can be challenging but is one of the most rewarding jobs around.
With the pandemic continuing to put increased pressure on hospital wards and social care services, the council is keen to recruit even more carers in the short-term to deal with the crisis and beyond. Full training will be available to those recruited, and all staff will be provided with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) to enable to them to do their job safely and support people who need it most. Recruits will also have access to a Covid-19 vaccine as a care worker, alongside regular testing.
For more information and to apply to become a Care Hero, please visit the Greater Jobs website.
Support and Training
As a valued member of Adult Services you will be supported every step of the way with regular reflective supervision, a manageable and proportionate caseload, a visible and approachable management team and agile working opportunities. You will be provided with training and support to develop your social work skills so you can practice confidently and autonomously.