Angus has it all, from the breath taking scenery of the Cairngorm National Park, the rolling hills and glens, to the sandy white beaches along the stunning coastline in the east of Scotland. There are lots of exciting things to see and do in between, from playing championship golf courses to visiting castles and historic houses.

Angus boasts excellent transport links, affordable housing and living options and varied surrounding areas with something to suit all lifestyles and budgets. With a packed programme of events and festivals throughout the year and world-famous food to choose from, there’s something for everyone, making Angus the perfect place to live and work.

We have excellent opportunities for caring and committed individuals, who enjoy rewarding work and would like to be part of a team that make a positive difference to the lives of the people of Angus, who need it most.

There are many different health roles within the NHS in Angus, from Nurses, Pharmacists, Occupational Therapists to Physiotherapists and Healthcare Assistants. Together, they share the common values of; care and compassion; dignity and respect; openness, honesty and responsibility; quality and teamwork.

Social Care Workers help people who use services with personal care, including assistance with washing and dressing, provision of meals and support with medication. You can make a real difference to the lives of people in your community.  In every town in Angus, you will find an opportunity to work within the care sector.

Adult Care Social Work involves assessing people’s needs, strengths and wishes, working with individuals and families directly to help them make changes and solve problems, organising support, making recommendations or referrals to other services and agencies, and keeping detailed records.

Voluntary Action Angus (VAA) represents Angus Third Sector on the Angus Integration Joint Board and Strategic Planning Group. Through VAA, Angus is committed to the Tay Cities Deal which seeks to address significant demographic and health care challenges by creating new employment opportunities and providing volunteering & learning and development opportunities which will increase the number of local people entering and sustaining a career in care.

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