Join our team
We believe that your future matters. This is why you will be supported through training and development to achieve your full potential. We want you to know that, should you choose us, you will be joining a credible and well-established organisation. Future Care Group was founded as a family business and it is still run as such. Our Vision, Mission, and Values reflect everything that we believe in.
If you can relate to these statements please apply now.
Our proposition to you
What you get from us is the opportunity:
- To make a positive difference in people’s lives
- To belong to a caring community and a credible, growing business
- To receive support and training in your role
- For career development to fulfil your career potential
- To be recognised for your achievements
- To be a part of our growing family, where your future matters
- For training and development if you have the right values
In return we ask you to:
- Care for others
- Live our values
- Create moments of joy for residents and each other
- Be accountable, be professional, and do the right thing
- Love your job, embrace change, and make a difference
- Undergo a Disclosure and Barring check (DBS)
Apprenticeships provide an exciting option for individuals who are seeking to develop and expand their knowledge and skills. We support apprentices at all different levels – from school leavers to employees who want to further their careers or even change career direction completely. An apprentice can be aged 16 or 60 plus and these positions are available on merit. Apprenticeships are one example of the professional development we can offer whilst working for Future Care Group.
Sponsorship for overseas nurses
At Future Care Group, we can provide Tier 2 Sponsorship for nurses who qualified outside the EEA. Nurses who have trained outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and want to work in the UK as a nurse must gain professional registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Applicants are tested for competence through a two-part process to gain registration.
Computer-based multiple-choice examination which is accessible around the world. This allows applicants to take the test in their home countries.
The immigration rules allow an individual nurse to come to the UK to prepare for the OSCE. The individual being sponsored must have a job offer from the employer and either:
- Have obtained full registration with the NMC
- Have passed the NMC’s CBT of competence
- Have obtained the NMC’s permission to undertake the overseas nursing programme and be sponsored to undertake a supervised practice placement as part of the programme.
We also provide a preceptorship programme for newly qualified nurses to gain competency.
To learn more about working for Future Care Group and discover the key job roles available, please download our brochure.