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Working for The Fremantle Trust
The Fremantle Trust are Passionate about Care…all aspects of care
If you are looking for a positive change, or a new challenge we would like to hear from you
If you are a caring, compassionate and supportive person willing to go the extra mile for Fremantle's customers we are keen to hear from you. If you believe that you can support people to achieve that extra quality of life and also that everyone, no matter how old or disabled has the right to have control and choice in how their care and support is provided then we will be pleased to hear from you.
To care for or support people it is first necessary to care about people. A care job is not just about doing things for people its also about encouraging them to do things for themselves. At The Fremantle Trust we have a belief in Active Living, which is to say that the people who use our services need to continue to do, or learn to do as much as they can for themselves. It is essential to emotoinal and physical wellbeing that people have things to occupy them which make them feel useful, valued and engaged with life. Helping older people to continue to do what they can for themselves and supporting adults with learning disabilities to learn new life skills is an essential part of our work. Care work is not simply about undertaking tasks for people, its also about encouragement, motivation and helping to ensure that anyone for whom we provide a service has as fulfilling a life as possible.
No previous experience is necessary, as a very full training programme is offered.
The Fremantle Trust also welcomes applications from people who wish to work weekends only; students and those seeking gap year or holiday jobs.
If you are considering a career in caring for others, you may be interested to see how some of our staff spend their working day. Find Out More
We also operate a relief bank (FreBank), providing cover for holidays, sickness, etc, and welcome applications specifically for this work. How to Apply
Care homes for older people in North London - New Southgate, Finchley, Barnet, Edgware, Cricklewood and Harrow
In Buckinghamshire - High Wycombe, Princes Risborough, Wendover, Wing, Great Missenden, Farnham Common, Chalfont St. Peter and Marlow
Care homes with nursing for older people in Buckinghamshire - Aylesbury and High Wycombe
Day care services for older people - Cricklewood, Harrow, Finchley, Burnt Oak and Southgate
Extra Care services for older people in Maidenhead.
Care homes and supported living services for people with a learning disability in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.