Recruitment open day – Powys County Council

Recruitment open day – Powys County Council

Our events are the best way to find out about our job opportunities, so come along to Hafan Yr Afon in Newtown on Wednesday 5 July to find out about our care and support worker roles.

There’s no need to book a place, just pop in anytime between 10.00am – 6.30pm.

You’ll meet some of our friendly team to hear first-hand what it’s like to work in the community to support people with their daily needs to live independently in their own home.

If you like what you hear, and the job is right for you, interviews and conditional offers can be made on the day.

To speed up the recruitment process, bring along the following items on the day:

  • Your ID
  • A list of all your qualifications
  • Your full work history
  • Referee details

Don’t worry if you’re not ready for an interview, just pop in for an informal chat and hear more about the job and our learning and development opportunities.

No childcare? No problem, bring the kids along. 

About the role:

As a Reablement Care and Support Worker, you will have the satisfaction of making a difference, as well as:  

  • Free uniform
  • Free DBS
  • Social Care Wales Registration paid for
  • Free training
  • Access to QCF scheme
  • Competitive mileage allowance
  • Excellent opportunities for career progression
  • PPE provided
  • Comprehensive induction

It’s really flexible!

We offer full and part-time contracts and the option to work on a condensed rota, meaning you get more days off to fit in with you and your family.

You will receive a healthy salary of £22,369 to £23,194 per annum pro rata.

Want to find out more, come along to the recruitment open day or contact:

James Stuart
Operational Manager Registered Services (North) Adult Services Unit
01938 551077
[email protected]

Meet the health board

Powys Teaching Health Board will also be present on the day to talk about the flexible roles available to fit around your life in both hospital and community settings around Powys. Staff will be on hand all day to talk about the huge variety of jobs available locally in the NHS.

Pop along and have a chat!

You can also meet colleagues from the Health and Card Academy to find out about the learning and development opportunities available.