We are continuously recruiting staff to meet our increasing client base. We look for staff that have an excellent work ethic, take pride in what they do and are willing to uphold our company's ethos and values.
In return, we offer comparable remuneration and the on-going training required for your job. We also support and promote vocational training to further your career in care.
All our staff have to go through a registration process.
Staff are required to provide the following documentation:
Proof of ID
Proof of address
Valid right to work in the UK documentation
Proven experience of working in the healthcare industry
Non experienced and those with a passion to work in care
DBS / Police Record Check (this will delay your placement while a new application is in process)
Two full references
We Offer The Following Benefits
Great working opportunities
Work hours to suit you
Full and part-time placements
Basic care training (mandatory courses / client based training)
Support with vocational training (NVQ's)
Flexible working hours
How To Apply
Please call us now or click here to email us your CV.
We will contact you to invite you to come to our offices for registration.
"I have used the services of Extra Help Care since I had an accident which left me in a wheelchair. I really couldn’t stay home alone without the extra help they provide. They are crucial to me keeping my independence."
Mrs Mason - Mapperley
"We called in Extra Help Care after Dad was diagnosed with dementia. We really didn’t want to put him into a home, but needed some extra help as my brother and I both have families and other commitments. We highly recommend Extra Help Care to anyone."
Mr Mycroft - Wollaton
"At 89 years old Mum needed some extra help. My sister and I both work full time so decided to call in Extra Help Care. Not only have they been great as far as practical help for Mum, but they have also befriended her which has been great for her. Having someone look in on her everyday was just what we needed to supplement our visits. Thank You Extra Help Care."
- Edward Moore -