A career with Nobilis Care is so much more than another care job.
If this sounds like you, then great, we’d love to hear from you. Please call us on 03333 444880 or complete the form alongside.
What work would you do?
No two days are the same when you’re working as a Nobilis carer, and we expect our carers to have a ‘can do’ attitude, and do all they can to help clients. The range of tasks typically includes:
- Personal care assistance (bathing, toileting, medication, dressing and grooming)
- Companionship and conversation
- Meal preparation and planning
- Light housekeeping
- General assistance
- Escort on outings to the shop, post office or library
It’s an opportunity to make a significant, powerful and lasting difference in the lives of your fellow community members at a very important time in their lives. People who choose to work for Nobilis, whether in the field or in the office, are all professionals who are passionate and committed to making a real difference in our clients’ lives.
What does Nobilis offer you?
Everything at Nobilis has been set up to ensure we deliver excellent care and support to our clients and allow you to excel at your role and make that difference. In addition to an unbeatable combination of top pay, mileage, travel time, flexible hours, paid holiday, uniform and a mobile phone, there’s a lot of infrastructure which helps you do (and love) your job.
Training and development
We are really proud of the high calibre of our training, and the achievements of each and every one of our carers. Delivered by an experienced trainer, our training exceeds the requirements as set by the Care Sector Council, Skills for Care. We do this because we believe strong training is the foundation from which excellent compassionate care grows.
Whether you have 20 years’ experience of care work, or are new to care, every new member of our team receives the same training to ensure everybody is fully up to date on legislation, responsibilities and best practice, and delivering the high standards of care we expect from everybody wearing the Nobilis Uniform.
The training is a mix of academic and ‘hands on’. Initial days are spent in the classroom covering your legal responsibilities as a professional carer as well as health and safety regulations, infection control, first aid and much more. The training involves role plays, practical moving and positioning assessments, home skills work, learning journals and group discussions. It all comes together out in the community when you ‘shadow’ existing staff. This is vital not only to meet existing team members but also to introduce you to our clients and to show you what their particular needs are before you start work 1:1 or as a double-up with another colleague.