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Comfort Keepers Home Carers Meet For Easter

Comfort Keepers staff work hard, we have really dedicated teams of home carers who show a wonderful enthusiasm and zeal for their work. Supported by their client care managers and supervisors and often chatting on the telephone or conversing by email, nothing beats meeting up and seeing each other face to face. Of course, carers drop into their nearest office all the time too – for advice, to chat, to pick up a message, to attend their reviews and many other reasons.

Some might think that home carers only see their clients, but it is very different at Comfort Keepers.  It’s nice to meet socially too and last Friday saw our carer event in the Rochestown Lodge Hotel for the afternoon.  Staff from two offices, Dun Laoighaire and Blackrock attended and it was wonderful to have staff from so many departments present: the home carers, Operations staff, Human Resources staff, the client care manager and the client care co-ordinator. It’s an opportunity for new carers to meet others and to get to know the office staff better too. Plus, doesn’t everyone have a nicer chat over tea and cake in any case?   We had an Easter raffle for all the carers and five lucky winners went home with lots of chocolate. 

Why Work For  Comfort Keepers As A Home Carer:

  • Our HR team were shortlisted in numerous awards recently – you’ll be in regular contact with really professional and caring team members
  • If you like caring for people
  • If you like spending time with older people on a regular basis
  • If you are patient, reliabl eand trustworthy, you’ll find those qualities are really rewarded at Comfort Keepers
  • Work with really supportive teams
  • If you would like a job that offers some flexibility
  • If you would like to feel rewarded and appreciated on a daily basis
  • You can complete your FETAC qualitification with Comfort Keepers (the cost is subsidised)
  • You can start off working part-time and increase to full-time if you wish. Alternatively you can start full-time and then change to part-time if your circumstances change.
  • You might decide to progress from being a Home Carer to training as a nurse or an occupational therapist
  • There are opportunities for promotion to Care Reviewers, Care Co-Ordinators and Client Care Managers
  • 20 days paid holidays
  • Bereavement support
  • Participate in Carer Events and coffee mornings just like the one described above
  • Have an opportunity to become our Comfort Keepers Home Care Carer of the Year

Home Care Vacancies

If you would like to partake in a fulfilling career in Home Care, do check out our careers page and get in touch. We have many vacancies in our seventeen offices around the country. Join us for our next carer event at your office location!

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