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We are looking for outgoing, professional and caring team members who share our passion for delivering great person-centred care in the home. We know that great care is provided when staff feel happy and motivated, therefore we do everything we can to accomplish this. Being a member of the Complete Care Team can be very rewarding, you will have access to our excellent company benefits and the best training to improve your skills and prospects.

As a carer you don’t always need to bring experience but we need to know that you are kind, caring and have good team values.

If you think you share our commitment to high quality care and fit the bill please get in touch with us today

Step one: Online application

We ask you to complete the online application at https://completecareagency.co.uk, share evidence of any previous experience, and find out more about why you want to join us. If your application is suitable, we’ll invite you for either a face to face or a video interview and ask you to provide us with evidence of any documents required.

Please feel free to call Laura if you have any questions or queries

0333 2000 441  (standard rates)

Step two: Meet and Greet

You will be matched to an available job vacancy and where appropriate, with the client’s consent, you will be asked to attend a meet and greet. This will be your chance to ask questions and learn what it’s like to be carer with Complete Care Agency.

Step three: Background checks

We’ll run background DBS and reference checks to decide whether you’re a good fit for Complete Care Agency, and check your documents to make sure you have the right to work as a carer in the UK.

Step four: Joining our Team of Carers

Once you become a carer with Complete Care Agency, you will be given access to our staff portal and asked to sign your contract of employments, policies and to upload your bank details. You will also be invited to attend training and begin your induction.

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