Urgent appeal for local carers to help vulnerable during coronavirus lockdown
Lancashire County Council is asking people if they could help to deliver care services to our most vulnerable residents during these difficult times.
Paid carers are needed, as the country deals with the effect of the coronavirus pandemic.
You could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults in Lancashire.
If you are caring, responsible, and good with people, please contact the county council. No experience is needed.
This could be people who have recently left a role in the care sector or have previous experience in a care setting.
The county council is also asking for people with no care experience to come forward.
A range of training resources, development and support will be provided along with guidance and support from more experienced managers to make sure people are able to carry out their work safely.
County Coun. Graham Gooch, cabinet member for adult services, said: "We're asking people to come forward as care workers, to support vulnerable people during this difficult and uncertain time.
"If you have got experience in the care sector, please get in contact with us. If you have no experience, but you are willing to learn, then please get in touch too. We will make sure you receive the appropriate training and support and will only place people in roles they are comfortable with.
"By using the skills and experience we have here in Lancashire, we can come together as a county and support the most vulnerable people in our communities."
For more information and to apply visit www.lancashire.gov.uk/jobs/carers/.