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Registered care roles

Registered care roles

Registered Care roles require a registration with certain professional bodies, as well as recent, relevant qualifications. These roles could  cover anything from allied health, mental health, health sciences and medical roles.

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Social Worker

Social Workers aim to improve people's lives by helping with social and interpersonal difficulties, promoting human rights and wellbeing and protecting


Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapists help people live their best life at home, at work – and everywhere else

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Registered Care Manager

Registered Managers are responsible for ensuring our care teams have the structure, resources and motivation needed to provide the individual, bespoke, support required by the older adults in our care.


Senior Occupational Therapist

Senior Occupational Therapists help people live their best lives, as well as managing a designated caseload, planning, assessing and evaluating outcomes aligned to individual care plans.

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Registered Manager

Registered managers are responsible for structuring and motivating care teams to provide a high level of support to those who need it. You’ll make sure that your team give the highest quality care consistently


Home Care Manager

Homecare managers are also known as Locality Managers. They are responsible for managing locality care teams to provide a high level of support to those who need it, maintaining the highest standards of care.


Mental Health roles

Providing an opportunity to help some of the most vulnerable people in our society, you’ll make a huge difference to service users, their families and communities.


Registered Nurse

Registered Nurses provide medical care and support for those needing residential and nursing care.


Senior Social Worker

Senior Social Workers help with social and interpersonal difficulties, often leading a team of Social Workers protecting adults with support needs from harm. adults with support needs from harm.

Progressing your career in social care ?

These roles require a little more experience, and in some cases qualifications. Learn more about our current vacancies to help you progress to your next role in the care sector.