Careers With Medical Partnerships
We believe very strongly that our staff are not our trophies. We believe that our staff are our miracles because they are the ones that make things happen for our customers. As a result of this we invest our resources in ensuring that our staff are better equipped using best practice methods which have been tried and tested to provide excellent care to our customers.
With the varying requirements of our clients, Medical Partnerships provide a diverse range of roles ranging from carers to office team roles.
If you are considering a career change as a Carer, we want to here from you as we will provide you with the training and support which is needed to help you in your new field. The role of a domiciliary carer is a field-based role, requiring flexibility and the ability to travel to assigned clients houses at the times in which they require assistance. This can be anything from two or three visits a week to multiple times a day and, in more demanding cases, a 24-hour service where live in care is required.
If you are particularly interested in being a Bank Carer, we would like to hear from you. Please signify this on your CV.
New roles are frequently available as our company expands, so if you are interested in working with us please do not hesitate to contact us by sending your CV to email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
We have an ongoing commitment to improving the quality of our service. In order to achieve this, we ensure that our staff adopt best practice methods by undergoing relevant accredited training which is constantly reviewed and monitored.
This not only guarantees an unbeatable service but ongoing support and improvement for those we employ.
With continued training and support throughout each carer’s time at Medical Partnerships, our employees benefit from many developmental programmes we have to offer.
Upon commencing employment with us, all staff undergo mandatory training as part of our compliance with the Care Quality Commission’s Essential Standards of Quality and Safety, which includes training in:
- Dementia Awareness
- Equality and Diversity
- Infection Control
- Manual Handling and Basic First Aid
- Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty
- Safeguarding Adults
All staff also undergo an enhanced DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service). As a care provider, we have a duty of care to ensure that we safeguard our customers. Safeguarding means protecting people’s health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. This is fundamental to creating a high-quality home care service.