Last updated:
16 October 2017

Adults' social care jobs

Find adult social care opportunities, including both qualified and unqualified jobs across West Sussex.

Whether you are looking for a new challenge, the next step in your career or thinking of returning back to social care we have a range of job opportunities in adult social care.

The Care Act has brought about significant changes in social care practice and we are already well ahead of the game to ensure that our staff are ready to meet these challenges. Building on this, we have some excellent opportunities for qualified and unqualified staff across the county.

Current job opportunities include:

  • Social Worker
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Support Broker.

In particular we are focusing on recruiting to our teams in Horsham.

Why work for us in adult social care?

  • Commitment to regular supervision.
  • A supportive working environment.
  • Clear pathways and opportunities for professional training and development.
  • A culture of continuous learning.
  • Flexible working options, depending on your job role.
  • An organisation that is investing in our services.
  • An organisation with a clear plan for the future, and a priority to support our residents in later life to live more independently.
  • A set of values developed by our staff that puts the customer at the heart of everything we do.

Search opportunities 

Search all vacancies using the job search and selecting 'Adult social care' from job type.

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Further information

We know that choosing your next job is an important decision. If you think West Sussex could be the place where your values, skills and energy would make a real difference then we want you to be part of our future.

 

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