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Have a question about working for Superior Healthcare? Take a look at our list of most frequently asked questions below.

If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the form below.

What are the main responsibilities of a carer?

You may be working alongside other carers or nurses or working on an individual basis. You’ll take responsibility for the day to day care of the client which may involve days, nights and weekend shifts.

What positions does Superior Healthcare offer?

We offer a wide range of job opportunities across our agency and complex care division. Here are some of the roles we look for:

  • Agency Healthcare Assistants
  • Agency Support Workers
  • Complex Care Support Workers
  • Complex Care Healthcare Assistants
  • Complex Care Nurses
  • Children’s Nurses
  • Team Leaders
  • Nurse Managers
  • Coordinators and Office Staff.

What sort of contracts does Superior Healthcare offer?

We are able to offer both flexible contracts or permanent contracts to all our carers and nurses. Please speak to our recruitment team about the positions available.

Why do I need to have a full DBS check?

Because of the nature of the work and the variety of the placements we offer, including placing nurses and carers into clients’ homes, it is essential we carry out Enhanced DBS checks on all our staff.  These are updated annually.

Is there a variety of work available to me?

For all our roles we can offer a variety of settings – care homes, nursing homes, private hospitals, hospices and then for our complex care team we work in family homes.

At Superior Healthcare we want to offer as much flexibility and variety to you as possible and work hard to match the right placement to your experience and your strengths.

What are the benefits of working for Superior Healthcare?

When joining The Superior Healthcare family you can enjoy a range of benefits:

  • Market leading pay
  • Great company pension
  • Paid Holiday
  • Free uniforms
  • Paid training (after initial induction)
  • Apprenticeship and career development opportunities

What training do I need and do I have to pay for it?

All of our carers and nurses have to go through our 3 day induction training, which is free.

Any additional training you receive after that is paid for at the standard day rate of your role.

Are there any opportunities for further training and career progression?

We look to encourage career development for all of our staff and have opportunities to develop your skills with further training.

In fact Superior Healthcare has just launched a series of apprenticeship programmes, open to all our staff for their career development. These are fully funded accredited courses offering both clinical and business based qualifications.

What paperwork do I need to bring with me for an interview?

Our recruitment consultants will inform you of everything you need to bring when attending your interview.

We do complete thorough identity checks, because as a family run business, we know what it means to have a carer come into our clients’ homes and want to ensure we place the right people with the right clients.

Get in touch

If you can’t find the answer to your question please call the recruitment team on 01227 774878  or fill in the form and we’ll call you back.