HC-One creates care sector support roles in North-East

North-East England’s social care sector is being boosted with more than 100 new jobs.

Darlington-based care provider HC-One is creating 130 new roles in its support office.

Gazette Live reports the move follows HC-One’s recent agreement to take over 122 Bupa care homes, with the new jobs coming in a “variety of support roles” at a range of levels.

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