Premier Care Dorset Limited is committed to the provision of high quality, person-centred support services. All prospective employees are required to provide suitable identification and references and must also attend an interview to assess their suitability for this type of work. For most employees, we adopt a flexible approach to the number of hours worked per week; staff can work as little or as much as suits them (according to availability of hours). To check for any current available opportunities call or e-mail us at Premier Care Dorset Limited in Ferndown. Details of the different types of services we provide can be viewed here.
All new employees attend an Induction Training course before they commence work. It is Premier Care Dorset Limited's policy to continually train and supervise all employees during their employment.
We have a legal requirement to do a DBS check on all staff that join Premier Care Dorset Limited. Please understand that certain types of criminal convictions may preclude you from undertaking this type of work. For more information on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and its implications for care staff, Contact Us.
Premier Care Dorset Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and has a policy to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of sex, age, race, colour, religion, disability, sexuality, nationality, national or ethnic origin or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements that are not essential for carrying out the job.
CQC report - Is the Service well led?
CQC findings during inspection 2016.
"The Registered Manager explained that they respected and supported their staff, "as happier staff work well". Staff could be seen supporting this philosophy and approach whilst providing care and support to people living in their own homes. Two staff members spoken with, explained how the Registered Manager cared about them as well as the people they provided a service for.