Care UK



Carers (Level 2 and above)

Nurses / Clinical / Overseas

Home Support Team Member


Nurses have time to care and progress

Are you a nurse looking for a rewarding role? Do you want to progress quickly in your career? You’ll find a friendly welcome and a home for your talents at Care UK. Whether you’re coming from a hospital, another care setting or overseas, we’ll give you time to use your nursing skills – and help you build a fulfilling career.

We offer nurses clear career paths with lots of exciting options. Where you go is up to you! See our career path for nurses.

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, 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.

Career path for nurses

Your career path in detail

Nurses or Clinical Lead

  • Enjoy a rewarding career at Care UK

  • Care for older, vulnerable people

  • Get to know residents, so you can provide truly personalised care

  • Develop your skills with specialist training in dementia and palliative care

Deputy Manager

  • Work closely with the home manager

  • Take on more responsibility

  • Develop your management and leadership skills

  • Lead and develop the care team

Home Manager or Quality & Governance

  • Become a home manager

  • Take overall responsibility for delivering high quality care in your care home

  • Drive the business performance of your home 

or work within our support centre team. For example:

  • Choose the important area of Quality & Governance

  • Work in one of three areas – Quality, Governance or Learning and Development

  • Uphold care standards, provide essential support and training to Care UK homes

Regional Director

  • Manage a region of 7–10 homes

  • Support home managers to deliver business objectives

  • Uphold clinical standards and meet performance targets

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