Does a career that involves helping others appeal to you? We are looking for healthcare professionals to work alongside us to deliver great care to our service users. Our Healthcare Assistants (HCAs) and support workers provide vital day-to-day support to clients in clinical settings, residential care and at home. As a Newcross employee, you’ll have access to our best-in-class in-house training courses to improve your skills and prospects.
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...
We currently offer two types of healthcare role:
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 tracheostomy care or PEG feeding experience.
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 that may need 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.
Due to the nature of this position, it is essential that you have a 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 care assistants with a genuine, caring approach as well as the skills to deliver person-centred care.