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Use your clinical expertise to make a real difference

At Care UK, no two days are the same. Our clinical teams thrive on taking each new challenge as it comes, while putting residents at the heart of everything they do.

Whether you've come from another care home or from a hospital, general practice or primary care background, at Care UK you'll have the time to care and build relationships with residents and their families.

Ready to grow your career? We offer clear development opportunities, so you can progress quickly into senior roles.

In a clinical role at Care UK, you'll be...

  • Supporting residents with complex needs and dependency levels
  • Championing residents' safety and dignity 
  • Driving excellence in clinical care
  • Creating and delivering personalised care plans 


Frequently asked questions

Many nurses joins us from the hospital environment because the working life of a nurse can be very stressful. There’s usually lots of pressure on time and resources. At Care UK, we give our nurses the time they need to get to know residents and understand what their individual needs are. This will help you deliver truly personalised care that we believe is at the heart of a successful care home.

Read more about why to join Care UK.

As a nurse, you’ll receive ongoing training through our own Learning Academy. This will help you further develop your clinical skills with additional specialist training, for example, in areas such as dementia care. You’ll also have the opportunity to develop your management and leadership skills. We give you the freedom to shape your training around your career goals. 

Learn more about learning and development at Care UK.

You’ll join a close-knit care team made up of carers, other nurses and support colleagues such as chefs. You’ll also work closely with outside professionals such as GPs and physiotherapists. So for example, you might talk to the chef about addressing a resident’s nutritional needs, or you might liaise with the local GP to discuss medication. It’s a really varied, rewarding role where nurses take the lead.

It’s really up to you how far and where you go. With Care UK, there’s a lot of flexibility. And if you show commitment, we’ll help you reach your potential. Take a look at possible career progression opportunities.

Support throughout your nursing career

Support throughout your nursing career

We’re here to support you through every stage of your career

  • Newly qualified nurses. If you’re recently qualified, you’ll be part of our bespoke preceptorship programme. It’s an innovative programme that includes a dedicated mentor to support you and clinical training workshops to develop your skills. 
  • Experienced nurses. Care UK has exciting career options for experienced nurses. We’ll give you responsibility. We’ll encourage you to mentor junior colleagues and develop specialist skills. And we’ll provide training closely tailored to your personal career goals.
  • Returning to work. If you’re an experienced nurse who’s taken time out, maybe to bring up a family or have a well-earned break, we’ll help you with your revalidation. Moreover, we’ll provide ongoing training and a clear career path for your future. 
  • Overseas nurses. We offer attractive career options and a friendly welcome to experienced nurses from both inside and outside the EU. You’ll receive a personalised induction to prepare you for your role. We’ll also help you with relocation and provide ongoing training. Learn more about applying as an overseas nurse.

Why join Care UK?

When you join Care UK, you become part of a forward-looking, growing care provider. We'll support your growth with quality training and give you the opportunity to progress in your career.

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Why join Care UK?