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Working at Care UK

Working at Care UK

So what can you expect?

Opportunity: Our impressive range of services is also great news for your career as you can move and progress across our services and specialties. We are starting to develop portfolio working so that you can start in one area, and if you show the commitment and excellence we need, you can expect the opportunities to move throughout the organisation to wherever you choose. That simply doesn’t happen in the NHS.

Flexibility: We also offer a more flexible work/life balance. You can fit work around your family or other lifestyle commitments. With fixed rolling rotas you know what you’ll be doing in six months or even a year so you can plan your life accordingly.

Choice: As a large company we are able to offer an array of education, training and development opportunities, enabling you to achieve your aims, and to expand them even further.

What to expect: Want to know what it is like to work for Care UK? Click on the link below to find out more. http://www.careukhealthcare.com/day-in-the-life-of

Freedom: You’ll be working in an environment where you’ll be free to do your best work, where you’re working with likeminded clinicians. Here you won’t become deskilled: you’ll learn and develop from working with some of the best in the field.

Security: We’re a large, private company so we provide job security and the chance to work with the highest quality people working in the healthcare system today. There’s no huge hierarchy, so, if you’re still in the early years of your career, you can quickly work your way up the ladder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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