Inter-County provides an extensive range of healthcare staff to many different establishments :
- Private Home Care
- Supported Living
- Nursing & Care Homes
- Learning Disability Units
We have a reputation for providing a high quality service and for maintaining excellent standards. To continue this level of service we employ nurses and carers who are reliable, committed to high standards of care, conscientious and who can work under pressure. Our recruitment programme for domiciliary carers, healthcare assistants, auxiliary and qualified nurses is on-going.
If you have experience in care, enjoy working flexible hours and would like to work for an agency that maintains high standards, we would like to hear from you. Besides having a caring nature you will need to be a good listener, like working with people, have good common sense and want to make a difference to someone's life. It's having the right attitude that counts.
The benefits of working for Inter-County are :
- Flexible hours, as many or as few as you choose
- Excellent rates of pay, including mileage and paid weekly
- Holiday pay and a stakeholders pension
- Training opportunities and on-going supervision
- Professional, friendly and 24 hour office support
- Being part of a team in a personalised business
To find out more about our recruitment and training programme please click here.
For more information about working for us please go to our Staff FAQ page.
Are you thinking about becoming a carer but don't have the experience?
Being a good carer is not all about qualifications. If you have had experience of caring for someone, maybe an elderly relative or a sick partner, and would like to become a professional carer please call us.
You will need excellent common sense and an ability to listen. Having a caring nature is essential and being sensitive to the needs of older people or those needing support is vital. You will be meeting new people, very often working on your own, and sometimes have to deal with emotionally difficult situations. Last but not least, you will need a good sense of humour!
Whatever your age (some of our carers are in their 70's), if you want to make a difference to someone's life and offer companionship and support to an older person, then call your local branch or send in the application form.