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We use the Happiness Index, which helps organisations to measure employee engagement and happiness. Our overall score is 8.9/10, which is over 1.5 points above average.  

It’s a great time to join!

We’ve been trading since 2016 and we are expanding. We welcome flexible working, and there are always opportunities for career development and rotation between different services.

We have worked hard to develop an open and welcoming culture where everyone is valued and rewarded for the part they play in delivering excellent quality services. 

The recruitment process:

The recruitment process

Can you play a part in our future?  

At HomeLink Healthcare, you will have quality time with patients. Our accessible electronic patient record system means there’s no need for endless paperwork, so during visits you will be able to give all your attention to patients. You will see the benefit you bring and how your work has a real impact on their recovery.  

We are led by clinicians, have a supportive management culture, and provide 24/7 in-house clinical support. This means that you can always have a conversation with a clinician who understands your questions.  

Before you apply please check the following: 

  • Nurses must be NMC-registered and have a minimum of three years’ post registration experience. 
  • Physiotherapists and occupational therapists require valid HCPC registration and a minimum of three years’ experience. 
  • Healthcare assistants must have NVQ Level 3 or equivalent and a minimum of three years’ experience. 
  • All applicants are required to have the right to work in the UK. 
  • We visit our patients in their own homes so access to a vehicle is essential.

Before applying it is worth doing some research on HomeLink Healthcare. You will find lots of information on this website. Read the job description and think about how these points are covered in your CV. Think of some experiences which demonstrate your skills for the role you are applying for. We will be keen to hear of your achievements and how you overcame challenges. Remember to ask lots of questions. If you are considering moving to a new role, you will want to consider whether HomeLink Healthcare is the right employer for you. 

Employee benefits:

We offer:

  • flexible and part-time working (52% of our clinical workforce are part-time) 
  • 33 days annual leave (including Bank Holidays) 
  • pension contributions 
  • funding for your professional registration fees 
  • ongoing training and development including up to five days of CPD training annually
  • paid travel and mileage (mileage at 45p/mile)  
  • enhanced pay for weekends and Bank Holidays  
  • annual salary reviews  
  • life assurance cover  
  • company mobile phone and tablet 
  • uniform and PPE 

If you have any questions or would like to have an informal conversation about a career with HomeLink Healthcare before deciding whether to apply, call us on (020) 3137 5370 or click here to send us an email. 


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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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