Encompassing the historic city of Bath and the surrounding area, including Keynsham and Midsomer Norton, the district of Bath and North East Somerset was created on 1 April 1996 following the abolition of the county of Avon.
The whole district has 180,097 residents spread across 220 square miles. Our 40+ strong team has travelled 81,047 miles since the beginning of January 2019 making sure residents stay safe, healthy and happy at home with support from us.
The Office for National Statistics project that the Bath and North East Somerset population will increase to 199,100 by 2037, an increase of 12% from 2012. The most significant increases expected are in older people, in particular the 85+ population (a 124% increase from 5,000 to 11,200).*
In the 2011 Census, 16% of B&NES residents reported that their day-to-day activities were limited through a long term illness or disability, and 10% of the population stated that they spent a substantial portion of their time caring for a friend or relative.
How could you be helping?
Here are just a few of the things that our fantastic team does for us:
- Help with domestic tasks.
- Provide daily assistance with helping to get up, get ready, and get fed.
- Support with medication.
- Assistance with shopping trips.
- Provide companionship, respite and holiday support.
- Assistance with accessing appointments and activities in the local community.
- Support at night-time.
- Support when returning home from hospital.
So, if you’re ready to join our team in Bath and North East Somerset then let’s find the perfect role for you.
Job Roles in Bath & North East Somerset
Home careHow could you be helping? Our fantastic team: Help with domestic tasks; provide daily assistance with helping to get up, get ready, and get fed; support with medication; assistance with shopping trips; provide companionship, respite and holiday support; assistance with accessing appointments and activities in the local community; support at night-time; and support when returning home from hospital.