We’ve streamlined our recruitment process, fast-tracking a 48 hours turnaround from application to working a shift, to offer immediate employment and support our clients in the national care crisis at this time. This process is entirely virtual, so there’s no need for you to come into the branch, but we’ll support you every step of the way.
It all starts with our application form. This form is quick, easy and secure. We ask for your contact details, previous work experience and contacts for references.
Following this, we will ask you for additional details such as your clothes size for our uniforms and to upload a photo for your ID badge.
We then review your application and make a judgement on your suitability for the role, based on your past experience, qualifications and your desire to care for service users. For nurses, we will confirm that you have a valid PIN. At this point, if we require further information, our Central Recruitment team will contact you.
If the screening stage is successful, we proceed to immediately contact your references, to allow for our fast-tracked recruitment process. It would be beneficial if you could let your referees know that we will discuss your application with them, so they can be available. We also carry out full DBS checks at this stage to ensure that you are able to work in a care setting.
Pending successful referencing and checks, the next stage involves an in-depth interview with the Business Center Manager. You’ll need to demonstrate your clinical knowledge, aptitude for the role and passion for care. Nurses are taken through a specific skills checklist.
Thanks to our investment in the digitalisation of our new starter training and induction materials, you can complete them from the comfort of home through our online learning platform.
Before you start with us, if you do not have a valid Moving and Handling certificate, you’ll need to complete those modules online.
After submitting your application and passing pre-screening, you will be invited to interview.
Submit the relevant documents for your Disclosure & Barring check.
We will request references from your previous employers.
You will be invited to attend your free, fully-accredited mandatory Curant Care training.
Aftersussessfully completing your training, you will sign your worker handbook.
YOU'RE READY TO WORK!
At Curant Care, we provide CPD accredited training to all of our staff, including our newest workers and those who undergo the annual refresher training courses.
We provide the best level of training support and encouragement to our workforce; allowing them to work in specialised environments with ease and the right skill set.
All of our training is in line with the care industry standards; and aims to equip health and social care workers with the knowledge and skills they need to provide safe, compassionate, quality care and support.
New workers are just as important to us as our existing workforce; our induction program ensures all staff are given the appropriate mandatory training to feel confident and prepared for their role. The theory elements of the programme ensure knowledge of legislation and guidance and the practical elements allow trainees to practice their learning in a safe environment, before joining the workforce. Further support and guidance are provided throughout their journey with Curant Care in a variety of ways allowing everyone to feel fully prepared for their care role.