Curant Care strives to be the best place to work.We’ve always been committed to attracting and retaining the best Carers, because to us it’s not just about filling a role, it’s about finding the right person. We believe in supporting our carers extremely well so that they can deliver the highest standard of care.
Whether you’re entirely new to care or already experienced, everyone receives full and comprehensive training in all aspects of the role at the beginning and throughout your career, so no prior experience is necessary.Curant Care training is delivered by our professional trainerswho have more than 30 years of experience in the field. This is followed by a period of paid work shadowing to enable you to build the skills and experience to work on your own.
Once in the role, we ensure that we give you the support to help you succeed. We’re very aware of how important having this support network is.We recognise the commitment required by Home Care and Live-in Care jobs, so we’re dedicated to equipping you with whatever you need to be the best you can be. Making sure you feel part of the family from the very start, we provide all our staff with extensive training that includes training support for specialist health conditions.
Career progression within the company is actively encouraged for those who want it, with staff having individual career plans as well as opportunities to achieve health and social care qualifications while working.
When we offer you a role, we will agree your hours of work together with you. These differ from carer to carer, based on personal circumstances. Most carers work between 10 and 35 hours per week.A Home Care job with us means you’re able to flex your hours to fit around your other responsibilities. Providing our clients with 24/7 home care services means there’s plenty of work opportunities and our supportive and collaborative team environment means we’ll always work with you to accommodate your personal circumstances.
We pay our carers more than the industry average, plus anniversary bonuses, for the outstanding work they do. Unlike other home care providers, each Curant Care staff is an employee of Curant Care. We are a fully managed service and take full responsibility for employing, training and supporting our carers. This means that we can provide you with unrivalled, local, 24/7 support, which we view as vital to your well-being. We also pay directly into your bank account every month and manage all of your tax and national insurance contributions.We calculate your pay and any deductions such as tax, national insurance, student loans and pensions. This saves you from needing an accountant as you would in a self-employed role.
As a Community Carer, you will provide care to service users in the comfort of their own homes and in their local communities. A Community Carer assists service users with their general health and personal care needs, provides companionship and encourages service users to lead independent and fulfilling lives.
At Curant Care, we are always looking for caring, compassionate and friendly individuals who have the ability to assist and support our customers in their own homes. We support people with a range of needs such as illness, disabilities, administering medication and offering companionship.
Typical Community Carer duties will include:
Curant Care offers its staff a unique cloud based shift management and tracking software that is designed to keep every part of the shift allocation, booking and the payroll process semalessly integrated.
Through the app, one can:
Flexible hours to suit your lifestyle, including night shifts as well as full and part time hours.