WEST Berkshire Council is supporting a new Government recruitment campaign to help fill the 110,000 vacancies in adult social care.

‘Every day is different’ launched this week and will run for the rest of the month and all of March.

It focuses on promoting the wide range of career opportunities in the sector and highlights that, in adult social care, no two days are the same.

It asks people to consider whether a career in this sector is for them by taking a short quiz.

Graham Bridgman, West Berkshire's executive member for Adult Social Care, said: "We’re keen to support and actively promote this campaign because recruiting carers is vitally important.

"Working in the care sector is very rewarding.

"In fact, 96 per cent of care professionals feel their work makes a difference to people’s lives.

"The flexibility of the work is also a draw for parents who can work during school hours but need to be available to drop off and collect their children.

"If you, a family member or friend are considering a career in Adult Social Care, there are a variety of rewarding care roles here at the council that provide careers with plenty of progression opportunities professional development to enable you to follow a clear career path."

See more information about working for care in West Berkshire and Adult Social Care vacancies.