At Complete Care, our people truly are our greatest asset. We know that delivering high-quality care to our clients is only possible with a passionate, caring and reliable team driven to make a difference each and every day.
For us, caring is a vocation, not just a job. It’s about giving the children and adults in our care the confidence and support to enable them to lead full and independent lives - and our team of over 700 dedicated staff are provided with the opportunities and training to deliver this every day.
So whether you’re looking to take your first steps into a career in care or you’re an experienced nurse inspired to push the boundaries of excellence – we’d love to hear from you.
Did you know?
Complete Care is now part of Mitie, a FTSE 250 organisation of more than 70,000+ professionals, dedicated to providing a first-class service for all its clients across healthcare, facilities management, property management and energy management.
With this support and infrastructure in place we're well positioned as a national leader in providing healthcare services for individuals living at home with long-term, complex conditions.
A career that really goes places
Working for Complete Care not only makes a genuine difference to the day-to-day lives of our clients, but we’ll also really help you go places – in more ways than one! We don’t just provide everyday care in the home - our people have helped give our clients the confidence and support to go on holiday, cruise around the world and take part in lots of different activities to enable them to live life to the full and create precious memories.
“For many clients, having a carer come into their home for the first time is a daunting experience. But over time, we gain their trust and friendship. I am so proud of the positive impact I can have on the lives of so many people.” - Viktoryia
We’re always on the look-out for enthusiastic, passionate people who can bring something new to our team. Does that sound like you? Take a look at our current vacancies located across England and Wales.