We believe our people are our single most important asset. We strive to recruit the best people for each and every position and are dedicated to the ongoing development of all our employees. We are committed to providing the highest standards of care and have a talented team in place at each of our ‘New Generation’ care facilities who are professional, kind and compassionate towards all residents, making a real difference in their lives. New Care Projects offers a range of roles, each supported with an extensive ongoing training programme, allowing our employees the opportunity to fully maximise their career potential with the company. For all recruitment enquiries and to request an application or forward your CV for consideration, please email email@example.com
We believe that our people are our single most important asset and we will ensure the health, well-being and ongoing development of our employees, and will help and encourage them to make sustainable business decisions. We achieve this by recruiting the best people for the job, using effective and appropriate recruitment methods in line with Equality of Opportunity principles.
To apply for any of our positions please refer to the ‘current vacancies’ section and follow the instructions provided.
For all recruitment enquiries, to request an application or forward your CV for future consideration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our staff are our most treasured asset. We value people, including our residents, relatives & our dedicated staff teams. When we recruit new staff, we are very keen that we learn a lot about each other as possible. Our interviews are quite relaxed and we try to make sure that we understand the values of our potential new colleagues. The attitude of our staff is more important to us than their experience.
We offer a full induction to all new staff commencing in our homes. This includes shadowing shifts, as well as completing mandatory training before embarking on their first shift working independently.
We offer ongoing education to support the development of our staff team. This includes in-house training, as well as VQ’s and required training for our professionally qualified staff.
All education is provided face to face in our homes or in local venues. We ensure that all staff receive regular updates to ensure that they are always up to date with the most recent research and evidenced practice.
In relation to our nursing staff, we ensure that we provide them with the required clinical training to ensure that they are competent to carry out all aspects of their role. In addition, we offer support to our nurses to complete the re-validation process.
At New Care, we believe that this ongoing investment in our staff team supports them to feel confident and happy in their roles and that this has a positive effect overall to the ethos of our homes.
I have worked at Ashlands Manor Care Centre for 14 months, I thoroughly enjoy my job, the staff I work with are helpful and friendly in all aspects of the job. I also enjoy the interaction with the residents. The management are approachable and understanding. The home is a lovely place to work in and I find my role very rewarding.
Carol Richards Senior Care Assistant
I have worked for New Care for many years now and I believe I am a prime example that hard work, dedication and commitment really pays off. Starting as a Hospitality Assistant for New Care and wanting to develop my career further, I was fully supported with my development and any training I need. I am now the resident experience manager for New Care and part of the regional team over seeing six of our homes. Working for New Care isn’t just a job it’s a Career.
Ashley Carroll Resident Experience Manager
I have worked for New Care for over 4 years. When I first walked into The Grand I was amazed that a care home could look like a hotel; I was lost for words. I began as a Senior Carer and then transferred to the Wellbeing Team. I was then given the opportunity to lead the Wellbeing team. New Care is a very family orientated and person centred company; nothing is too much trouble to meet the resident’s needs and wishes. I look forward to coming to work each day, and I can’t believe I get paid to do a job that I love.
Bridget Peck Wellbeing Coordinator
I worked in care quite a few years ago and left due to bringing up my children, when my youngest started high school I was able to go back to what I loved and that was looking after and caring for the elderly and that’s what brought me to Grosvenor Manor Care Centre. Nothing gives me more pleasure than looking at happy residents that’s what matters to me. This has done wonders for me as I was out of care for many years and have enjoyed all the training given by New Care. I have also made lots of friends along the way.
Jan Smyth Care Assistant
“NEWCARE more than just a job very much a career”
Working for Newcare has been an utter delight since I started in April 2018 I have been supported to gain new experiences and given the chance to rise within my job role. I have finally found a company to work with and not for.
Darren Molyneux Head Of Residential Care