Care & Nursing Jobs
You are amazing! You may not see it, but we do. We are currently running a new Complimentary Training Package worth over £250, click here to find out more!
If you are looking for a live-in care or a live-in nurse job in the UK and share our drive to deliver exceptional care for clients in their own homes, we’d love to hear from you. You’ll be introduced to clients by a friendly, family-led firm with over 50 years’ experience of care. All of our roles are rewarding and satisfying, and you’ll be highly valued by us, the client and their family.
What’s stopping you!
To become a Consultus nurse, you must be a registered general nurse (RN1/RNA) with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and have had at least three years’ post-registration experience.
Before making a booking, we will match your skills to the needs of the client. Nurse Co-ordinators are available to support you 24/7, and only a phone call away. Your placement will usually be from 4-14 days, rotating with another nurse on a two-week cycle, so you can offer one-to-one continuous care, but with flexibility to plan your time off.
What's it like working as a carer or nurse?
Carers and nurses experience real job satisfaction with Consultus and we offer you the chance to develop your skills through our award-winning training centre.
As a carer or nurse you’ll enjoy excellent rates of pay in line with standard industry practice and great work-life balance. As a live-in carer or live-in nurse, you’ll be able to maintain a flexible lifestyle and still do the job you enjoy. Your bookings will be temporary in nature and will normally be for two weeks at a time, but can be extended.
Developing Your career at Consultus
Our award-winning Consultus Care Training Centre is recognised as a ‘Skills for Care Centre of Excellence’ and will empower you to care with confidence. We have a superb reputation for preparing overseas carers for a career as a live-in carer within the UK.
After one of our training courses, carer Carol Northcote praised our ‘top trainers’, who are ‘warm, professional, knowledgeable and fun’.
While carer, Trish Southey, appreciated the trainers’ ‘easy-to-understand language’ and ability to ‘make it so interesting’.