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Make a difference to elderly people in the county

Lilian Faithfull Care is looking for people to join its team of over 420 staff.

Are you caring, supportive, respectful and passionate about looking after elderly people? Lilian Faithfull has the job for you!

There are a number of vacancies available for carer/ health care assistant (senior), nurse and a food service assistant.

Flexible shifts are available across the five nursing and residential care homes in Cheltenham and Stroud.

Whether you are looking for a change of direction and fancy trying something new, or are experienced and want to progress, you will be part of a charity that makes a difference to the elderly of Gloucestershire.

The team is supportive and friendly, provides excellent training for people with no experience, and has great development opportunities for a secure career path.

For more information on the roles vacancies and to apply for the jobs visit: https://uk.indeed.com/cmp/Lilian-Faithfull-Care/jobs.

If you have any questions, contact the HR team on 01242 500416.

To learn more about Lilian Faithfull Care homes and day hubs visit: www.lilianfaithfull.co.uk 

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