500 Care Jobs To Be Created By Home Instead In West Midlands

May 18, 2012 | By | Reply More

At-home care company Home Instead Senior Care is set to create 500 jobs across its West Midland offices in the coming year, the majority for caregivers.

The franchise company that specialises in caring for older people in their own homes currently employs 326 staff in its seven offices across the region. Owing to increasing demand for its services, the company is looking to expand rapidly in the year ahead.

Having just welcomed his one hundredth franchise office to the business, co-founder and managing director Trevor Brocklebank is thrilled at the rate in which his company is continuing to expand.

Trevor comments, “It is our stated aim to change the way care is delivered to the elderly in theUKand, in doing so, change the face of ageing. It is the unique and high-quality, personal service which we offer that has allowed us to grow so quickly and create these jobs across theWest Midlands. The rate at which our business is growing bears testament to the service our teams provide.”

He continues, “Our caregivers are very special people. They come from varying backgrounds but the attributes they all have in common are compassion, professionalism and a real desire to make a difference to the lives of others. We provide all the necessary training in-house, so whether you are 19 or 99, if you are a caring person who would like to find out more about working for Home Instead, then please get in touch with your local Home Instead office.”

Home Instead Senior Care’s offices in the West Midlands are located in: Cannock, Edgbaston, Solihull, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield andWolverhampton. These offices are part of a national network of 115 offices employing over three and a half thousand people.

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