Total Community Care
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About Total Community Care

Total Community Care is not like other care providers. We provide bespoke care packages for clients with spinal cord injury and other long term neurological conditions. Our care solutions will take into account clients home situation to ensure that each team is sufficiently flexible to meet clients needs. Whether for hospital visits, trips to the – 

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Interested in a Rewarding Career as a Support Worker?

Are you looking for a change? Would you like a unique and rewarding job? At Total Community Care, we are looking for Support Workers to join our specialist care teams. Valued Employees One of the cornerstones of our business is the provision of bespoke care packages. Consequently, we value highly both our employees and the support they give to our clients. In return for your commitment and reliability we will offer you: Excellent rates of pay Pay is based on an hourly rate rather than a live-in rate 28 days paid holiday per annum (pro rata) Company sick pay scheme Paid attendance at all training Personal development Double pay on bank holidays Access to a health cash plan offering optical, dental, physiotherapy and other health benefits Regular supervision and contact with your line manager Don’t take just our word for it, see our Staff Testimonials. Personalised Care Packages Offer Flexibility for Shift Patterns & Hours Each of our clients has their own personalised care package, which means that we have a variety of shift patterns and hours available. Our team will be more than happy to help and advise you on opportunities within Total Community Care. So, if you would like to discuss any of our vacancies in more detail, please contact our office on 01858 469790 or email your questions to:

Total Community Care Company Structure

Directors Reg Perrins and Chris Freestone