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Healthcare Assistant

We are pleased to welcome you on your first step in considering to joining our team. As a Healthcare Assistant we look forward to working with you!

Realcare+ is a preferred local nursing and home care provider and supplier of healthcare staffing solutions. We are passionate in providing and supplying experience and high caliber of care and nursing staff our extensive experience and an excellent reputation within the healthcare industry have earned us a large client base We offer wide variety of Healthcare assistant jobs.

Our clients include the Supported Living Units, Private Nursing Homes, Hospitals and clients in their own homes and we guarantee to provide all of our healthcare Assistant with the highest quality placements in a range of healthcare settings whether you are looking for occasional shifts to boost your income, better pay rate, change of career in healthcare or want a residential placement or simply a full time position with the flexibility that care agency work brings there is always something for you.

Please view our temporary and permanent nursing vacancies in our jobs section.

What you need to work as a Healthcare assistant


To work with us you must be eligible to work in the UK

Mandatory Training

To register with Realcare+ we will be required you have 3-6 months experience working within healthcare setting and have your mandatory training done within the last 12 months.

CRB Check

When you register to work for Realcare+ you will be required to complete a CRB check. This is compulsory for all applicants.


We ask you to provide two professional references from your last place of work. These references must be from your line manager, supervisor or Team leader who is able to give reference on your skills and competencies.

Starting Work

Once we have completed the interview and induction and complete each candidate personal file checklist to ensure your compliance to work in line with CQC (Care Quality Commission) guidelines, we will get you out to work.

If offered a position, new staff must undergo induction training which includes Health and Safety, Fire safety, an understanding of the core values and principles of the care standards and regulations including - confidentiality, whistle blowing, requirements of legislation, policies and procedures of the organisation and a code of personal conduct.

All new recruits go through practical induction where they are supervised by a trained member of staff before being places to work.

Next Steps

Is to provide all our recruitment requirements that is needed 

Then complete our on-line application form.