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Co Armagh care provider in huge recruitment drive with 100 new positions

Ann's Home Care

Ann’s Home Care, one of the region’s leading Domiciliary Care Companies has announced the creation of 100 new jobs across the Southern Trust Area.

The new roles will be centred mainly in the Armagh, Markethill, Tandragee, Banbridge and Newry areas.

This exclusive announcement made to Armagh I, is Ann’s Home Cares response to the increasing demands within the Southern Trust.

Full time and part time positions are available with attractive rates of between £9 – £9.50 per hour.

Applicants will need to have: a caring nature, flexible working hours and access to a car.

If you are interested in a position with Ann’s Home Care, you can call them on 02838851108 for a confidential chat.

The company will also be holding a series of recruitment events across the borough from 15th -19th April including:

– A walk in recruitment week at at their head Office; 23 Annaghmore Road, Portadown, Co Armagh, BT62 1NA, from April 15-19.

– A recruitment morning in the Armagh City Hotel on Monday, April 15 and in the Canal Court in Newry on Tuesday, April 16 between 9.30am – 12:30pm.

A little bit about Ann’s Home Care.

Ann’s Home Care is a family-run business established by Ann and Pat McQuade. This year the company is celebrating their 25th year of business.

They are currently the largest provider of domiciliary care in the Southern Trust region and have gained a reputation for providing quality services to clients in their own homes.

In addition to their work in the Southern Trust, Anns Home Care provides care services across the Northern and Belfast Trust areas and in North Dublin. They also offer agency work in both Nursing homes and more recently hospitals, covering the whole of Northern Ireland

They pride themselves with the highest staff retention rates across the healthcare industry.

For more information, visit the website here.

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