Your career - their future

Come and join our care family

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If you join our care family you will be joining a family run business that is small enough to care but big enough to make a difference, Aspireone opened its doors in 2011 and now has 5 homes and a school across Staffordshire and Cheshire

The training that Aspireone offers is amazing, it has really improved my knowledge and skills in residential care

Why work for Aspireone Care ?

Over half of our Care Workers have progressed to senior posts

We understand that when you are looking for your next job that it has to be right for you. Whatever stage you are at in your life when you join us we will provide you with the support and training you need to help you achieve your goals.

So if you are currently in a position that is not

  • Giving you job satisfaction
  • Providing you with support and training
  • Giving you advance notice of your rotas

We value all our staff and regardless of your role we offer a competitive package of benefits which will of course depend on your level of experience and qualifications, a career path in care and a great place to work

  • A permanent contract
  • Competitive salary
  • Caring and supportive place to work
  • Funded training
  • Comprehensive induction programme
  • Regular ongoing training
  • Team meetings where your input is valued
  • 2 months notice of shifts

What do you need to be successful at Aspireone care

A minimum 2 years experience in residential care or a similar line of work

A driving license

Above all a passion for working with young people

Here is what one
of our employees has to say about us

I originally started working for Aspire One through an agency. I then joined as a bank worker and have recently joined full time as a Senior Residential Care Worker. My only regret is that I didn’t do this sooner.

I feel the homes have a warm, friendly atmosphere and each and every member of the team has the best interests of the young people at the centre of everything they do.

The management team are approachable and supportive and encourage progression. The young people have opportunities to make positive changes and develop their skills. It can be challenging due to the behaviours displayed by the young people but in the long term, it is the most rewarding job ever.