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New jobs board launched for local care jobs

A new online jobs board to help local people find roles in adult care has been launched by Bristol City Council as part of its Proud to Care campaign.

Dozens of jobs are already available to apply for on the website, with new ones added every day by employers, partners and voluntary organisations who have signed up to the Proud to Care Bristol Charter. The website also features information, advice and case studies which challenge perceptions and promote a wide range of career paths. Raising the profile of working in care and recruiting the right people to the sector is a key aim.

The campaign aims to reach all potential care workers, but especially younger people, people considering a return to work after a career break, people aged 50+ wishing to ‘give something back’ and students seeking part time or holiday work.

The jobs board marks the next phase of the Proud to Care campaign and a wide range of career opportunities are available, including apprenticeships and part time roles which can fit around family life or study.

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