One of our core values at MNA is fostering an environment that is conducive to effective team work. We have created a friendly working environment that is underpinned by a dedicated team working diligently to improve the lives of people. In recognition and appreciation of this we offer competitive pay, career progression and development opportunities.
We are always looking for new people to join our friendly team so if you are interested in working with us, click here to request more information. It is important that you have a genuine care for others. Although previous care experience would be advantageous we will provide all the necessary training. You will however be expected to be able to follow procedure and have good communication skills.
- Competitive rate of pay
- Flexible working hours
- Full training including NVQ in Health and Social Care
- Paid holidays*
- Free company uniform
- Passport (Birth certificate will be accepted if British)
- Valid visa or work permit if required
- Official proof of National insurance number
- 2 proofs of address (not older than 3 months)
- 1 passport photo
- Funds for a DBS check
THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS
Assessment and Application
The first step of our recruitment process is the assessment stage where prospective candidates are assesed on their written English. If a candidate is deemed suitable after the assessment, they will be given an application form to fill in the office.
At the interview stage your suitability for this role will be determined. The interview itself is semi-formal and not at all daunting. You will have enough time to ask questions and to find out more about the company.
If your interview is successful the next stage will be to apply Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Employment will depend on a satisfactory outcome.
Once your CRB application has been submitted, you will be invited to an intensive 3 day training were you will be introduced to the principles of home care amongst other training.
Progression to this stage is dependent on the outcome of DBS check. If the disclosure is unsatisfactory you can't progress with the application and we will have to end the process.
At this stage you will shadow one or more of our carers for 3 days to see what you have learnt from the training in practise. This means you will go with those carers to all their calls to learn the MNA way of working.
On successful completion of the shadowing you will sign a contract of employment.