Employment interviews at elliotshill
At elliotshill a support worker role may be in one of our care homes, in a community staff supported house or elsewhere out anywhere around Pembrokeshire.
For any support worker employment and as part of your recruitment there will be a need to be interviewed. Your interviewers in the office will ask you questions designed to establish if you're well suited to the position.
You will most likely be interviewed by senior care managers who will be trying to understand your motivation, toward a caring and support role, which can at times be demanding.
Recently those we support with our care service have also played a role in the interview process so you could also expect questions from people like David John, who is pictured below.
Known affectionately as “Dai” to his many friends he has been a resident in our care home for around 15 years and is supported by elliotshill to help with some ongoing mental health difficulties.
At interview from Dai and a number of others you can expect questions asking you to give examples relating to good communication skills, empathy and the ability to think on your feet.
Older candidates in particular, would have gone through many life gaining experiences which are so often invaluable to the type of work we do at elliotshill.
It is also good to know that there are usually no specific entry requirements or qualifications for starting support work in social care, so it can be a great option for a young person, anyone looking to come back to a regular job or for someone seeking a late career change.
Dai and others within our service are a valuable part of our recruitment and interview process that help us develop high quality social care options and also offer a rewarding environment for our staff, both for today, and going forward into the future.
We are keen to welcome you for an interview
If you would like more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org