CRG Homecare branches out into Manchester, creating 40 jobs

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CRG Homecare, a national domiciliary care provider is expanding its presence in the North West, creating 40 new jobs.

Following a recent contract award and successful contract mobilisation with Greater Manchester, the business is hoping to recruit new care assistants in the Longsight and Ardwick area over the next six months, providing care to more than 80 service users.

Field care supervisor, Silvana Gennaro, who is based at CRG Homecare Manchester, said: “As carers, we really do make a difference. There’s a lot of job satisfaction when you leave the person you’ve been looking after nicely dressed, fed and ready to face the day. It’s a fantastic feeling – I really do love my job. Being a care supervisor means an awful lot to me.”

CRG Homecare, which provides care and supported living to people of all ages with various conditions, such as acquired brain injuries and learning disabilities, said it will provide full inductions and training to all staff.

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The business is headquartered in Prescot, Merseyside, and currently operates in 20 locations across the UK.

Dianne Underwood, director of Quality and Care at CRG Homecare, said: “We pride ourselves on delivering the highest standards of service and staff to provide a high-quality, person-centred care service. We are looking forward to expanding our service offering in the North West, this is an exciting time for us and we are keen to expand into the region.

“As well as being able to introduce our care packages to service users in the area – delivered by our dedicated and experienced care teams – we are hoping to hire a number of new care assistants to join our Manchester team, allowing us to grow and meet local demand for exceptional homecare.”

Caption: A home care worker visits a client in Boston, Lincolnshire.

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