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Discover a new career at Abbeyfield Ferring.

We have some exciting new career opportunities and are currently looking to recruit Community Carers on bank contracts.


Temporary Cook required for the Old School House, Ferring.

This is a temporary, rolling contract to work 30 hours a week.

Rates: £9.75 per hour.

The Old School House is a small assisted living complex in Ferring village. The role involves planning, preparing and cooking meals, cakes and a light supper for the residents.

Please read the job description for full details.

Job Description


Community Carers required for bank contracts

Rates of pay from £9 per hour plus mileage paid.

Ability to work across the week – mornings, evenings and alternate weekends.

A vehicle is essential due for our Community Carers as it involves travel to and from clients’ homes. A uniform and full PPE supplied.

The role of our Community Carers is to meet the needs of older people living in the community where you will provide care with compassion and dignity at all times.

Please read the job description for full details.

Job Description


Bank Care Assistants required for Community Services and Residential Care Home

Rates of pay from £9 to £9.70 per hour.

The role of a Care Assistant is to meet the needs of older people living in the community or in our residential care home where you will provide care with compassion and dignity at all times.

Please read the job description for full details.

Job Description


COULD YOU BE A TRUSTEE FOR ABBEYFIELD FERRING?

We are seeking new members for our Executive Committee who are Trustees for Abbeyfield Ferring.

The Trustees are responsible for making the over-arching decisions of Abbeyfield Ferring which include the running of Cornwell House, our residential care home; the Old School House, extra care living; home care and community services.

The post of Trustee is a voluntary one and would involve one board meeting a month, with a minimum expectation to attend 8 per year and some compliance meetings. There is no fundraising involved.

We are looking for trustees with previous experience in either social care, business, clinical, legal skills, HR, finance and ability to offer life skills with a balanced approach.

Our Trustees make decisions and choices based on common sense and best interests built on respect and the insight into the needs of our residents and customers.

If you would like further information or an informal chat, please contact Jacqui Swindells, Chief Operating Officer on 01903 240313 or 07483 104803.

Trustee Role Description


We are looking for special people who have the ability to make a difference in our clients’ lives.

Our care roles workers are responsible for providing a high standard of personal care and will need to be able to empathise, listen and laugh with clients.
There will be plenty of time allocated to the clients.

You will be supported by a strong management team who care about you too!
We can offer you flexible working hours to suit your personal needs together with a competitive wage, weekend rates and holiday pay (after a qualifying period). Full training will be given.

Send us your CV or write a little about yourself in an email to explain why you think you are suitable. Alternatively please contact us, or ring us on 01903 240313 to find out more.

  • Abbeyfield Ferring
  • 50 Ferring Street
  • Ferring
  • Worthing BN12 5JP

  • 01903 240 313

The Abbeyfield Ferring Society Limited is a member of the National Abbeyfield Society under the Royal Patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales KG. KT. GCB.
The Society is registered with the Housing (No. H3162) and is an exempt charity.
Cornwell House and the Domiciliary Service are Registered with the Commission for Social Care Inspection under the Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Act 2003.


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