A core element of our company ethos is the value we place on our staff. We encourage and support our staff to reach their full potential and provide them with the skills needed to deliver high quality care to our service users.
We have no preconception as to the perfect candidate and have a comprehensive training programme in place that will provide new staff with the work ethic to excel. It is easy to apply. Simply complete an application form and we will be in touch.
Working for us
Our staff are at the core of the care we provide. We encourage you to discover your strengths and express who you are while truly making a difference to service users’ lives.
- Company and in-house induction
- Company ethos
- Communication and Makaton
- Challenging Behaviour
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
- Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty
- Manual Handling / Health and Safety / First Aid / Food Hygiene
We strive to make sure that working for Zero Three Care Homes is not only a pleasant and challenging experience, but also rewarding. Working through the Home Managers and Department Heads we ensure individual staff members’ talents, special skills and training needs are identified, giving everyone the opportunity to learn and develop at their own speed whilst achieving their goals.
The best way for you to see that this is not just something we say, but something that happens day in and day out is by letting you hear from our staff themselves.
“I have enjoyed my time with the ZTC having joined nearly 4 years ago. I have been given lots of training.
Starting as a support worker helping to promote independence before moving into a senior position learning my role so as to best support the staff and the service users in our care.
I have now progressed in to a deputy manager position and am enjoying my role working with hard working dedicated people who all strive to give the best possible service in a safe caring environment.”
“I first started as a Support Worker at Massenet with no prior experience in working with people with learning difficulties and did not know what to expect. My first thoughts were how supportive the staff were, how well they knew the service users and how highly they spoke of them.
Over time, It was amazing to be able to build genuinely strong relationships with service users, being able to understand their complex needs through professional ongoing training, and working in a job that is genuinely having a positive influence on the lives of young adults with learning disabilities.
Now having had the chance to become a Senior member of staff, I have been able to continue working with staff to further enrich the lives of all our service users.”
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