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Job opportunities at Trustcare

Job seekers are being invited to apply for dozens of new roles thanks to a recruitment drive by a home care provider in Trafford.

by THT Press Office | 19/07/21

Trustcare, part of Trafford Housing Trust, is recruiting for a number of positions, including Care Assistants, Senior Carers and Night Carers.

Fran Gudger, Head of Independent Living at Trafford Housing Trust, said: “This is a great opportunity to start a career in caring, or for anyone looking for a change of direction to set out on an exciting new career path.  Regardless of age and experience, as long as you are compassionate, caring and a good listener, these could be the jobs for you.

“In addition, as well as paying the living wage we offer one of the leading employment packages in the North West.  With 39 days paid annual leave, excellent training and development opportunities, and fully paid gym, swim and class membership at all Trafford leisure facilities, this really is a great package.”

Carer sitting on a bench with customer, laughing

Pictured (L to R) are Trustcare Carer Sharon Mulholland with customer Mabel Garrett.


Trustcare offers a range of registered care and support at home, award-winning sheltered and extra care accommodation, 24/7 telecare alert and response service and social opportunities and activities for older people.


To apply, visit Trustcare's Careers website.

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