Helping people across Northern Ireland since 1979
Crossroads is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting, serving and strengthening carers and those with care needs.
A little bit about us
Over the past 40 years our work has expanded, responding to the needs of people across Northern Ireland. One of our main priorities now is helping people to find roles within care. Whether you have experience or are just starting out, we can provide the training you need and roles with various shift patterns to suit your schedule.
Ever thought of a career in care?
We have various contracts available to fit in with your lifestyle.
Care Attendant contracts can either be full time (7am to 11pm 4 days per week) or part time (7am to 3pm or 3pm to 11pm)
Wellbeing, Home Support and Overnights are offered at set times each week to suit your availability with a minimum of one shift each week. You can work as much or as little as you like from 3 hours a week to 35 hours if you want.
Domiciliary care worker
Duties may include assisting or carrying out full personal care, assisting with daily activities and providing a respite service to carers.
A Wellbeing Officer will provide respite care which may include sitting services, befriending and taking clients out, and encouraging socialisation.
Agency Workers will be required to provide temporary relief in various care settings across Northern Ireland.
Our Support Assistants will support vulnerable adults and children in their own homes. They will complete domestic and social duties in line with the service user’s person-centred care plan.
Carers in this role provide personal, social and domestic care similar to that given by the primary carer or as stipulated within a personal care plan. The hours of work for this position is 11pm – 7am.
Senior Care Worker
Staff carry out tasks such as carrying the on-call phone for their local scheme area on a rota basis, monitoring duties, mentoring new staff and being a point of contact in the community for staff.