We are looking for healthcare professionals to work alongside us to deliver high-quality healthcare services across the UK. Our healthcare assistants (HCAs) and support workers provide vital day-to-day support to our service users in clinical settings, residential care and in the home.
As a Newcross employee, you’ll have access to our in-house training courses to improve your skills and prospects and a range of enviable benefits, including ‘same day pay’ and flexible working arrangements to suit you.
In the video below, Care Assistant, Elena Stoykova offers a personal insight into her typical working day and why she loves her role with us...
Keep reading to learn more about healthcare careers with Newcross Healthcare...
These are the roles we are currently recruiting for:
Healthcare Assistants perform essential roles in many acute healthcare and community care environments; from working on the wards of hospitals to providing care in people’s homes they provide an invaluable service.
Newcross has healthcare assistant jobs throughout the UK, with varying full and part-time hours but always on a permanent basis.
Our healthcare assistant jobs are based in care homes, nursing homes, hospitals and in the community. Previous experience is always highly valued as some roles require certain skills such as tracheotomy care or PEG feeding experience.
In this role, you’ll assist the elderly, recovering, or disabled clients with the activities of everyday living. You’ll provide support and companionship to clients and help clients handle day-to-day self-care, such as toileting and hygiene. You will also communicate with families of clients to apprise them of the service user’s condition and the progress they make in your care.
All our support worker jobs provide an essential service to people living either in their own homes or in a supported living environment, who face some degree of difficulty with everyday
tasks. Support workers play an essential part in promoting their independence and helping them live the lifestyle they choose.
Some of our clients have acquired brain injuries, learning disabilities, physical disabilities and others have a complex set of needs and as such may require two or more support workers at any one time. The job of the support worker is very closely linked with healthcare assistant jobs, care assistant jobs, and home carer jobs.
In this role, you’ll be supporting all kinds of people at different stages of life and you should be prepared to cater to each person’s individual requirements. Person-centred care is at the heart of our service at Newcross.
As a senior care assistant, you’ll need previous experience working with older people in residential care. You will need to be flexible, patient, caring, organised and great with people. Due to the nature of this position, it is essential that you have an NVQ3 or equivalent in health and social care. You'll also require a valid medication administration certificate, or be willing to book onto a Newcross training course.
Our business relies on the commitment and dedication of our employees to make a difference in the lives of the individuals we care for. We take pride in the quality of our care, so we're looking for experienced caregivers to enhance our services.
At Newcross, we hire student nurses to work in care settings as healthcare assistants. This allows you to acquire that all-important ‘hands-on’ experience during your studies. Student nurses are able to earn competitive hourly rates of pay and choose their own hours to fit in around studying, placements and enjoying university life.
Newcross is also pleased to offer Flexi Pay to student nurses, an app feature of the HeathForcego app which allows users to be paid up to 50% of the value of a signed-off shift. For more information about what it’s like as a student nurse working as a healthcare assistant for Newcross, click here.
Newcross Healthcare sponsors five people a year to study on a higher education programme to become an associate nurse. An associate nurse is a new role within the nursing team. Nursing associates work with healthcare support workers and registered nurses to deliver care for the service user.
This position is being used and regulated in England. The role of an Associate Nurse is intended to address a skills gap between health and care assistants and registered nurses.
Responsibilities will include:
* Undertaking clinical tasks including cannulation, venepuncture, and ECGs
* Supporting individuals and their families and carers when faced with unwelcome news and life-changing diagnoses
* Performing and recording clinical observations
* Discussing and sharing information with registered nurses on a service user’s condition, behaviour, activity, and responses
* Ensuring the privacy, dignity, and safety of individuals is maintained at all times
* Recognising issues relating to safeguarding vulnerable children and adults
Benefits of joining Newcross Healthcare
There are several benefits to working with Newcross, including:
* Competitive rates of pay
* Flexi Pay, a ‘same day pay’ financial wellness scheme
* A permanent contract with weekly pay and flexible hours
In addition to this you will also receive:
* Agreed mileage payments for most clients
* Free Criminal record check (DBS) and uniform
* Ongoing training and development available free through credits earned as you work
* 24-hour support through a dedicated central team and clinical governance made up of lead nurses.
* Online Intranet and Smartphone app to manage your availability, bookings, and payslips
* Support from a clinical supporting team, line manager, in-house office support and a designated field team leader.