Jobs at Corbrook Court

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Morris Care currently have some excellent job opportunities for local people in the local area.

We are keen to employ local people and offer an excellent package and extensive training and have the below vacancies in our prestigious care home:

Job: Care Assistants
Type: Carer
Location: Corbrook Park, Audlem
Salary: Starting from £7.50 per hour
Hours of Work: Full or part time- days and night

For an informal conversation call the manager on 01270 812049 and speak to the Manager or Deputy or pop in an collect an application form from the Home directly.

Job: Domestic
Type: Support
Location: Corbrook Park, Audlem
Salary: £7.50 per hour
Hours of Work:16 hours per week

For an informal conversation call the manager on 01270 812049 or pop in and collect an application form from the Home directly.

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