Coronavirus: This Sheffield health organisation is advertising jobs for people looking for work in wake of criris

A Sheffield health organisation is advertising jobs, aimed at people who may have lost work through the coronavirus crisis.

Saturday, 21st March 2020, 7:52 am
Updated Sunday, 22nd March 2020, 9:31 am

STEPS Rehabilitation, a Sheffield-based facility which provides intensive and ongoing rehabilitation for people recovering from neurological and multiple trauma injuries, have over 15 job vacancies which could be the perfect interim solution for anyone whose current job has been paused, or lost, in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

The organisation is looking to recruit both temporary and permanent staff across a wide variety of departments, and not all roles require previous experience or medical

qualifications.

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Fancy a job at STEPS?

There are catering and housekeeping roles, plus they are offering training to those interested in becoming a Rehabilitation Assistant.

They are looking for HCPC therapists who usually provide community and outpatient services, or hospitality and caretaking staff who are no longer able to work due to café, restaurant and school closures.

The jobs available may also suit university students looking for temporary work opportunities within the care sector.

Permanent, temporary or flexible hour contracts are available across all of STEPS departments.

A spokesman said: “STEPS is looking for those who are passionate about providing care and want to make a real difference to people’s lives. STEPS is brimming with enthusiasm and positivity, even when times are tough.”

Anyone interested should take a look at the job vacancy section on their website, and either call or email the facility on 0114 258 7769 or email [email protected]