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Live In Carers to work across the UK at

London, England Adult Social Care

For our next Recruitment Campaigns, we are looking for Live In Carers to work across the UK Experience Required Must

Domiciliary Care Workers to work across the UK at

London, England Adult Social Care

For our next Recruitment Campaigns, we are looking for Domiciliary Care Workers to work across the UK Accommodation Provided Car

Support Workers to work across the UK at

London, England Adult Social Care

For our next Recruitment Campaigns, we are looking for Support Workers to work across the UK Accommodation Provided Experience Required

Care Assistants for a Care Home in Weymouth at

Weymouth, England Adult Social Care

Ref: 1 – 2 We are looking for Care Assistants for a Care Home in Weymouth £8,21 Gross per Hour 40

Care Assistants for a Care Home in New Milton at

New Milton, England Adult Social Care

Ref: 9 – 1 We are looking for Care Assistants for a Care Home in New Milton £8,56 Gross per Hour

Care Assistants to work across the UK at

London, England Adult Social Care

For our next Recruitment Campaigns, we are looking for Care Assistants to work across the UK Accommodation Provided Experience Required

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