Current roles and vacancies

As a rapidly expanding organisation we are always looking for staff who share our values. If you don’t see a specific suitable vacancy but would potentially like to work for HomeLink Healthcare in future, we would love to hear from you. Please click on the relevant vacancy or role.  

Current roles and vacancies 

We are actively recruiting for the following roles: 

General and peripatetic roles

Can’t see what you’re looking for above? We are also interested in hearing from people who may want to work for us now in a peripatetic role or in the future as we expand geographically.  

By ‘applying’ for these roles we will keep your details on file and contact you if and when a suitable role comes up.  

If you’re looking for a different role, please email us at careers@homelinkhealthcare.co.uk. 

The application process

Apply

Select a current vacancy or generic role on this website.

Check criteria for the role suits you.

Complete the application form.

Interview

If you meet our criteria a member of our recruitment team will ring you for an informal chat.

If you are shortlisted we will arrange a competency-based interview so we can find out more about you, your skills and experience.

Your interview will be held with via Microsoft Teams or face to face.

Training

Complete your e-learning.

Shadow experienced colleagues.

Personal development plan so you succeed in your current role and progress beyond.

We offer five days paid external training per year.

Resources

Company news

A day in the life of a Community Physiotherapist

Staff experiences

Saahil describes what working as a community physiotherapist for HomeLink Healthcare is like.

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Company news

A day in the life of a registered nurse in the community

Staff experiences

Gill tells us about a typical day as a community nurse for HomeLink Healthcare delivering patient centred care to facilitate early discharge from hospital.

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Company news

A day in the life of a Rehabilitation Support Worker

Staff experiences

Mazen describes his role as a Rehabilitation Support Worker at HomeLink Healthcare and the culture of the organisation that drives ways of working.

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Company news

A day in the life of a Healthcare Support Worker

Staff experiences

Andi tells us about her role as a Healthcare Support Worker at HomeLink Healthcare and the value of working in the community.

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Thought leadership

5 minutes with Jill Ireland, Chief Executive and Clinical Director

Staff experiences, Quality & governance

Jill Ireland, CEO and Clinical Director gives insight into how we work behind the scenes, her role within the company, the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the opportunities that exist within the wider industry.

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Thought leadership

5 minutes with Jane Tobin, Chief Clinical Officer

Staff experiences

In this interview Jane discusses her experience in the healthcare sector, her role within the company and 'Tall Poppy Syndrome'.

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Thought leadership

5 minutes with April Thompson, Head of Clinical and Operational Services

Staff experiences

In this interview April discusses her role and how her time working for the NHS has helped her and her thoughts on the future of patient care..

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“You’re empowered to do the job how you believe it should be done. It’s all about the quality as opposed to the quantity of work. As a nurse, I want to be able to do the best job I can.”

Elaine, Community Nurse

 “It’s the best place I’ve ever worked. You’re treated with respect. You feel like your own boss. They listen to you; they’re willing to listen to any ideas you might have. It’s like another world.”

Michele, Healthcare Assistant

“I am so proud to be a part of such a wonderful team at HomeLink Healthcare, providing therapies for those in need.”

Gryte, Rehabilitation Support Worker

“HomeLink Healthcare is a fantastic place to work. I’ve never been as happy as I am now.”

Katrina, Healthcare Assistant

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