Care Homes Jobs & Recruitment
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Your World Healthcare has care home jobs available in the UK. Jobs in care homes include support workers, healthcare assistants and clinical support workers.
Why Find Care Home Jobs with Your World?
Your World’s industry leading Care Homes Division provides high calibre care home jobs in the UK to professionals from a range of backgrounds. As an agency, we’ve been supplying care home workers into an unrivalled number of locations for over a decade, matching our candidates with their perfect jobs from an expert team of specialists.
Our team knows how important creating an exact care home job match is. We take our time getting to know you, understanding your ideal job so we can place you into work that you’ll be thrilled with.
Your World believes in real jobs for real people, which is why we carefully source each care home position through our stringent vetting process. Our specialists will only ever offer you reliable roles in a setting that is perfect for you. The high quality of work we offer is exactly why we’re the agency of choice for so many care home professionals across the country.
Which healthcare Staff Work in Care Homes?
Care homes accommodate a range of healthcare professionals, including Support Workers, Healthcare Assistants and Clinical Support Workers. Those who work in care homes must be extremely patient, understanding and possess a kind, calming nature.
What Can Care Home Staff Earn?
Permanent care home staff have the ability to earn up to £18,000 per year, depending on their role and experience within the facility. A care home salary can be up to £16 per hour on weekdays and up to £23 per hour for night shifts from Monday to Saturday. For Sundays and Bank Holidays, locum care workers have the potential to earn up to £23 per hour.
Locum Care Home Jobs
Your World Healthcare offers fantastic opportunities for care home professionals seeking flexible shifts across a range of settings. Our locum care positions give you the opportunity to work in accordance with your own availability and avoid being tied down to lengthy contracts; perfect for balancing your work and home life!
To find a care home job description to suit you, browse our care home jobs below:
Care Homes Bristol contract £10 - £13 per hour
Your World Healthcare is searching for a confident Care Assistant to work within a Nursing Home in Bristol.
Ref: YW-zyPN | Posted: 16th Nov, 2018 | Closing Date: 31st Dec, 2018
Care Homes Taunton contract £10 - £17 per hour
Your World Healthcare is searching for a confident Care Assistant to work within a Nursing Home in Taunton.
Ref: YW-xlME | Posted: 16th Nov, 2018 | Closing Date: 31st Dec, 2018
Care Homes Sheffield temporary competitive (Contact Consultant for more info) 02037515836
Dedicated and Motivated Carers and Health Assistants wanted in Sheffield - Rotherham Care Homes to support residents with day to day life
Ref: YW-PjZz | Posted: 16th Nov, 2018 | Closing Date: 31st Dec, 2018
Care Homes Bradford temporary Competitive (Contact Consultant for more info) 02037515836
Your World Health Care is looking for Motivated and and Care Oriented Registered Nurses to work Care Homes in Bradford
Ref: YW-lgz9 | Posted: 16th Nov, 2018 | Closing Date: 31st Dec, 2018
Care Homes Sheffield temporary Competitive (Contact Consultant for more info)
Recruiting Registered Nurses and Carers for Care Homes in Sheffield - Long and Short Shift Based with Benefits
Ref: YW-dZvE | Posted: 15th Nov, 2018 | Closing Date: 30th Dec, 2018
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