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We're actively recruiting new colleagues to join our teams in Care services across south, mid and west Wales.
Part time, full time and flexible relief roles available...

What's so good about Pobl?

We're proud of the quality of our Care services. We've recently received glowing inspection reports from Care Inspectorate Wales - and these are a direct result of the efforts of our frontline colleagues, who are supported by a robust management structure and a wealth of dependable specialist teams.

To explain more, here's a quick message from James Wadlow, Pobl's Director of Care and Responsible Individual...

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Great employee benefits

  • Pobl pays the Real Living Wage (£18,278 per annum based on 37 hr week until April 2022. After April 2022, 37 FTE: £19,047.60 | 36 FTE: £18,532.80)
  • Additional payments for sleep-ins and waking night shifts. (Eg. An extra £3257 per annum, based on 1 x 8 hour sleep in shift per week)
  • 26 days holiday (plus Bank Holidays) from April 2022
  • Supportive, professional team
  • Opportunity to play a part in a large, respected organisation
  • Ongoing training, career development & progression

Warm, welcoming culture

  • Dedicated employee wellbeing program
  • Professional Health & Safety team on-hand
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Excellent pension options
  • Weekly Pobl Lottery

No experience? No problem

Experience of working in the Care sector is not always essential as you will benefit from full training and support from your team and management.

More important to us are your listening skills, empathy, a genuine desire to make a difference and live our values to be positive, considerate and connected.

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Supporting people who have disabilities...

At Pobl, we promote independence, choice, equality and person-centred approaches.

We want to employ people who will help us in our aim to make the public think differently about disability.

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Encouraging people to reach their potential...

Unfortunately, people who have learning disabilities find that there are barriers between them and the world of work.

With the correct support, however, individuals can add real value to the workplace and the benefits for all are clear to see...

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"Staff report high levels of satisfaction and praised the support they received during the pandemic from colleagues and managers. Staff also say there are good opportunities for development and promotion."
- Care Inspectorate Wales, 2021.

Pobl pays Real Living Wage

From 1st October 2021, Pobl Group has made the decision to pay the Real Living Wage as a minimum.

James Wadlow, Director of Care at Pobl Group states, “The unwavering dedication and commitment of our teams is ongoing and I am delighted that we are able to offer this enhanced salary to people who are so very deserving of the recognition.”

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  • Supported Living

    You’ll work in their home – They’ll live in a shared property or on their own. You could be providing support to a number of individuals with different needs.

    The good bits: The smiles on the faces of the individuals you support. You’ll revel in the achievements they make with your help. You’ll spend time supporting them to live as independently as possible. Every day will be different. There could be cooking, baking, daily housekeeping tasks or work in the garden. You may be asked to accompany them out in the community, supporting in volunteer or paid job roles and enjoying experiences like cinema trips or pub lunches.

    The not-so-good bits: You may sometimes experience behaviour that challenges you and you could face some barriers to communication. The goal is to build a relationship based on trust – to fully understand the reasons behind these obstacles and overcome them together.

    Why it’s worth it: You’ll learn to use tools to communicate with the individuals you support, overcoming barriers and reaping the rewards. You’ll leave work feeling that you’ve had an impact and been able to improve and enrich someone’s day.

  • Independent Living

    You’ll work in their home – they may live on their own or in a shared property.

    The good bits: You’ll work closely with individuals, helping them to develop skills and gain independence. Every person’s needs will be different, so there will be a lot of variety in your role, as you’ll provide a tailored support package. Not only will your job revolve around keeping people safe – you’ll also promote equality and choice, so believing in these values is really important.

    The not-so-good bits: There may be times when individuals don’t want to engage in their support due to a dip in mental health or other reasons at that time. When you only want the best for a person, this can be difficult to deal with, but our teams will be here to advise and guide you, so you can continue to fulfil your role.

    Why it’s worth it: You’ll build strong relationships with individuals you support and share the journey they take to independence. When an individual reaches their goals it’s empowering for them – and for you – as you know you’ve played a massive part in their journey.

  • Older People's Services

    You’ll work in a residential care home or an individual’s own housing setting…

    The good bits: You’ll be part of a close-knit, dedicated team and have the chance to care for and support some wonderful and inspiring people. You’ll spend time with them, sharing their stories and learning from their experiences. There will be fun activities for you to get involved in and lots of opportunities to support individuals out and about in the community.

    The not-so-good bits: Losing individuals you become close to.

    Why it’s worth it: Because you make a difference. You bring hope, kindness and joy to people who could otherwise be lonely and isolated. For as long as possible, you make sure they are content, safe and looked-after.

"People get the care they require, as and when they require it, from staff who are suitably trained, well supported and feel valued by their employer."
- Care Inspectorate Wales, 2021.

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