Our working hours vary from service to service and person to person as rotas are designed around the needs of the people we support. Due to the nature of the work, this isn't typically a 9-5, monday to friday role but there are a variety of shift patterns and shift types available so this can really suit people that need some flexibility in their working life (early shifts, late shifts, waking night shifts, sleep ins etc). Whilst our rotas are typically person centred our managers do try to accommodate life, and work with colleagues to flex where possible. Speak to the Hiring Manager of a particular vacancy to discuss hours and flexible working options.
EXTREMELY poor...staff leaving all the time not listened to..grievances regarding working hours holidays and pay ignored
How does someone get hired at Community Integrated Care? What are the steps along the way?
Attend face to face interview, then complete crb/dbs checks, they will then check your references and usually introduce you to the people you will be supporting then arrange training for you before you start working
Interviewed me over the phone. Started work without any checks. Do you drive? Can you work nights? How flexible are you?
Avoid avoid avoid this company like the plague worse company I have ever worked for