Flexible working with proper local support
As an experienced nurse, health care assistant, support worker or nursery worker, you want to enjoy flexible working hours with support from people who know you.
As one of the largest care providers in Brighton & Hove, Worthing and Sussex, Hanover Care offers a fantastic range of caring opportunities, while remaining a local company you can pop in to.
Branch AdministratorLocation: Hove Office | Job Type:View Details
Hanover Care are currently seeking an experienced and organised Branch Administrator to join our friendly Hove office team. As one of the leading suppliers of healthcare staff (including Nurses, Support Workers, Healthcare Assistants and Homecarers) to our clients in the South East, the post is a busy but rewarding role. Key processes including assisting candidates through the recruitment process, for example referencing, collating documentation and booking on training to ensure compliance within the care industry. The role will also involve chasing existing staff for renewal information, assisting the recruitment consultants with bookings, paperwork and the needs of the business. All information will be entered onto our own bespoke systems (for which full training will be given) and also our client’s own web-based systems where applicable. As well as strong organisational skills, the role will need a good phone manner, and a determination to ensure compliance across the business.
With offices in Hove and Worthing, we believe Hanover Care offers a friendly, supportive and rewarding environment for the right candidate. Please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 723090.
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Home Care WorkersLocation: Brighton through to Lancing | Job Type: Full Time/Part timeView Details
We are seeking care workers to assist clients in their own homes, from Brighton through to Lancing. You must have a minimum of 6 months experience, and have use of a car. In return you will receive excellent pay, including holiday pay. Please contact Bernie on 01273 224200 or email email@example.com
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RMN's urgently requiredLocation: Brighton & Hove | Job Type: FlexibleView Details
Hanover Care are delighted to offer multiple vacancies for qualified and experienced RMN’s within an established and well respected mental health inpatient treatments and support service based near to Brighton.
This facility offers specialist treatment for both male and female clients, some detained under the Mental Health Act, demonstrating behaviors that challenge and offend. The service caters for those with personality disorders, learning disability and mental health related illnesses.
The service currently has vacancies for qualified and experienced RMN’s to work a multitude of shift patterns including early and/or late shifts, weekends and nights.
The client offers a comprehensive package including a structured training scheme, career progression opportunities, excellent working environments and a competitive salary based on experience, qualifications and skill. All applicants should be eligible to live and work in the UK without restriction and have strong communication and clinical skills. Due to the client group, applicants should have a robust personality and be able to display tenacity and determination.
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RMNs and RGNsLocation: Worthing | Job Type: FlexibleView Details
Hanover Care are currently recruiting for qualified and experienced RMNs and RGNs. A multitude of shift patterns including early & late shifts, weekends and nights are available in a variety of settings.
We offer excellent rates of pay plus 28 days annual leave and free ongoing training.
We are also looking for nurses working as Limited Company Contractors to work with our Private sector clients.
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Support WorkersLocation: Hove | Job Type: FlexibleView Details
As the South Easts leading Social Care agency Hanover Care are urgently recruiting for experienced support workers to work in residential services for children and adults with a range of learning and physical disabilities across Sussex.
We offer excellent rates of pay, paid holiday, ongoing support and training, regular and varied work, and of course flexibility.
In return we look for people who are professional, hardworking and reliable. If you have the relevant skills and would like to work for an agency that supports its colleagues then please contact us.
All applicants are subject to a full registration and referencing process and will be required to undertake a DBS (CRB) check.
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Care Assistants Urgently RequiredLocation: Worthing | Job Type: FlexibleView Details
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Care Assistants Urgently RequiredLocation: Hove | Job Type: FlexibleView Details
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What do I need before I can start work?
With our branches in Hove and Worthing, and clients across the whole of Sussex, Hanover Care have plenty of opportunities to suit you. We have both full-time and part-time roles in nursing, care, support work and homecare with a wide variety of clients including Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Residential Units, Day Centres, Supported Living and Homecare. You can access our specific vacancies page here. Contact our Hove office on 01273 723090 (for homecare: 01273 224200) or our Worthing office on 01903 258258. Or contact us using this page or download an application form here.
We will then arrange a mutually convenient time for an interview. Please fill out your application form as fully as possible to avoid delay, and bring with you with the appropriate documents as mentioned on this page.
Our interviews are informal, but it is important that we gain as much information as possible about you so that we can assess your suitability and best find the work that you are seeking. We will ask questions about your previous work experience, your aims for the future and the type of work that you are looking for. We will explain how Hanover Care can help, and the type of shifts that we have. We will photocopy your documents, and make a note of any information that is still outstanding.
Vetting and referencing
We will need to send off for a minimum of 2 references, which should cover a minimum of 5 years. (This is why it is important to have a full employment history). We can discuss aspects of referencing when you come for interview. We also ask all applicants to complete an Enhanced DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) application (previously CRB). These cost £45.
Depending on the training that you have completed prior to Hanover Care, you will often be booked on mandatory training courses. Some of these you will need prior to starting work, and other courses you will be booked on in subsequent months.
Ready to Go
Provided the details outlined above come back satisfactorily, you will then be approved to work. You will be provided with an ID Badge, a uniform, timesheets, a staff handbook and any necessary additional equipment (gloves, aprons, etc) depending on the client group you are working with. At this stage, it is important to talk with your consultant about when you would want your first shift. Welcome to Hanover Care!
What training do you offer?
We have an expansive training programme from induction, through mandatory courses and onto more specialized training organized to ensure our staff are well-prepared for our clients’ needs. Many of our staff have also undertaken NVQ2 and NVQ3s through us.
Can I have another job as well as work for your agency?
Yes. Some staff use Hanover Care to ‘top up’ their income. It’s an ideal way to work in a different setting to other work. The key is communication, letting Hanover Care know the times you do and don’t want work.
How do I get paid?
On submission of a correctly completed and signed timesheet by our deadline (Monday midday), you will get paid directly into your bank account on the following Friday.
What are the benefits of working for an agency?
Many agency workers prefer the flexibility it offers. They can choose where and when they work, the shifts are varied, and it is great for widening your experience. With progressive agencies such as Hanover Care offering other benefits not previously associated with agency work (e.g. holiday pay, ongoing training) there are even more benefits than ever before.
What documents do I need to bring to interview?
Proof of ID (Passport or Birth Certificate)
Work Permit (where applicable)
Proof of National Insurance Number (e.g a P45, P60, or National Insurance Card)
Any relevant qualification certificates (e.g. NVQ2 or NVQ3). It is also helpful to have certificates confirming any care courses undertaken, for example – Manual Handling, First Aid, Fire Safety, Food Hygiene, Safeguarding Adults, Infection Control, Health & Safety, etc…
Two proofs of current address (bank statement/utility bill dated within the last 3 months)
Driving license (optional)
Statement of Entry and PIN Card (Trained Nurses only)
Other considerations: When you come into the office, we will ask you to fill in our application form. This includes a full employment history, so please bring with those details to help you complete the form. We will also need to send off a DBS form (formerly known as a CRB), the current charge is £45, unless you have signed up to the online DBS service through another employer. To send off a new form, you will need details of addresses for the last 5 years.
Do I get holiday pay?
Yes. Holiday pay acrues each time you are paid. When you wish to take some time off, simply give us at least 2 weeks notice and we will pay the requested amount.
Holiday pay is calculated as a percentage of your pay equivalent to 28 days per annum (pro-rata).
What experience do I need?
Most of our job roles normally require at least 6 months’ relevant professional experience.
For some roles, we are able to accept personal or voluntary experience and can offer training. If you feel you may have relevant experience, please call us for a consultation on 01273 720390.
What job roles do you cover?
We have work for Trained Nurses in Nursing homes, hospitals, hospices and schools.
We also have Healthcare Assistant work in these units, as well as residential homes, day centres and with people in their own homes.
We have support work in a wide variety of settings including supported living, residential units, schools, and for both adults and children with learning disabilities.
We also supply both qualified and unqualified nursery staff to nurseries and pre-school playgroups.
How flexible is the work?
The advantage of working for Hanover Care is that we can be as flexible as you require.
Let us know when you are available for work, keep us regularly informed and be reliable, kind, honest and hard-working.
Do you offer permanent work?
Many of our clients ask us to assist them recruit their permanent staff, and therefore it is always useful to send us your up-to-date C.V. (Please use our Contact Form for this.)
Our shift work, however is also ongoing, so although the hours are not guaranteed, it does offer consistent work in a variety of settings. Additionally, many of our staff who fit in well with certain clients, are taken on via our ‘temp to perm’ scheme. It is a chance for both our staff and clients to make sure it’s the right move for them.
What geographical area do you cover?
Hanover Care cover a large part of the South coast region from our offices in Hove and Worthing.
The majority of our work is in the coastal towns of Brighton, Hove, Worthing, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis as well as the Mid-Sussex area.
We also cover surrounding areas, including parts of East and West Sussex, Surrey, Kent and Hampshire.