The award-winning Bury care company Home Instead Bury, which provides care in the home for clients in the local area, is currently looking to expand its care team, creating 30 local jobs. A mixture of part-time and full-time positions are available.

As the UK’s population ages, the need for care services is also increasing.  Recent figures show that by 2025 there will be over 13 million people in the UK aged over 65, many of whom will require care.

Speaking about the need to expand the team of CAREGivers Kevin Winch, owner of Home Instead Bury said: “Because of an unpresented demand for the Home Instead style of companionship lead care, we require more staff to make a difference in their community”.

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If you have ever considered becoming a CAREGiver please speak to us about our positions. We are an award winning five star living wage employer. If you need part-time work to top up your income as prices rise, why not become a part-time CAREGiver?

If you are an experienced CAREGiver who wants to see the difference our care and management style makes, just give us a call for an informal chat.

You may be retired but still think you would like to work, talk to us, you might be surprised at what we can offer.

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After the lockdown, perhaps it’s time for a change? Talk to us about a career change.

On completion of their initial training, CAREGivers will become eligible to receive the nationally recognised Care Certificate and can go on to further develop their skills with additional qualifications should they wish. A great example of this is Home Instead’s bespoke Dementia Care Training Programme which is accredited by City & Guilds.

Anyone interested in finding out more should call 0161 796 2988 or visit