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Turn your care into a career with CASA

CASA, the main domiciliary homecare provider in South Leeds is looking for caring people who would like to embark on a fulfilling career in home care.

CASA was established in 2004 with a vision of becoming the UK’s leading employee-owned provider of domiciliary health and social care support services. We want to help the people in our communities live the best life they can.

There’s something different about CASA carers. As co-owners all our carers have a say in our business, so they put time and effort into making it work. And because they’re committed to providing high quality care, they’re valued by their clients, their managers and their co-owners. All our co-owners share in the success of the business.

As employees, CASA’s co-owners are the most important asset we have. All our new employees undertake a full induction training programme to enable them to not only deliver high quality care, but also to understand what’s different about working for CASA. It’s a big reason why our employees enjoy working here.

Your success as an employee is our success. So we’ll make sure you get all the support you need in your role and we’ll help you to improve your skills. Care can be a highly rewarding profession, and if you want to progress, our training and development opportunities will help you advance your career within the company.

So whatever role you’re interested in, you can feel confident that we’re investing in your future. Because we’ll expect you to invest in ours.

Along with the other primary providers of home care in Leeds, CASA is holding a joint recruitment open day on Saturday 22 September at 10am-2pm in the indoor market hall at Leeds Markets. We would love to meet you to tell you first hand how a career in care could be just for you.

 

 

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I've lived in Beeston in South Leeds since 1984 and I love the area. I am involved in various community activities including Beeston Festival. I have been involved with the South Leeds Life Group since it started in 2010.

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