Bluebird Care Swindon launch recruitment drive. It comes in a bid to encourage more people to join the care sector in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The company, with carers at the frontline in supporting vulnerable people during the Coronavirus pandemic, has joined Bluebird Care’s ‘It’s Time to Care’ campaign. The campaign is urging people to consider various care roles. That way they can help more vulnerable people stay well and independent at home.
“Our services enable customers to remain in their own homes surrounded by the things that matter to them most,” said Ben Curtis, Managing Director of Bluebird Care Swindon. “Despite these challenging times, we need to ensure that we can continue to do this. Now more than ever, we need everyone to come together and lend a helping hand.”
The hardworking team at Bluebird Care Swindon are continuing to support their customers to stay safe at home during the lockdown period. Initiatives include doing their shopping, and collecting and delivering medicines.
Ben added: “At Bluebird Care, we can offer a range of rewarding roles, which provide stability and safety. Whatever your skills, we want to hear from you. We’ll provide full training.
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