The Leading Care Company
Vacancies With The Leading Care Company
You can view any available care vacancies with The Leading Care Company here on this page. However, if you do not see any vacancies available at this time please do not hesitate to complete our online application form. We are always looking for new carers to join our team.
A CAREER IN CARE
- Weekly pay and competitive rates.
- 28 days paid holiday pro rata.
- Pension scheme.
- Paid Mileage.
- Paid training provided and ongoing training.
- Diplomas in Level 2/3 and upwards in Health and social care.
- Full time, part time and regular work available.
- Local office and local work.
- Friendly team and management.
- Live In care opportunities.
- Refer a Friend schemes and increasing pay for service length.
In our team every single person strives to provide leading care to our customers.
Based locally we have strong connections with our customers, families, communities and towns.
We are growing rapidly and now is the perfect opportunity and time to join our team.
You will have the opportunity to work on a great team locally enabling, empowering and caring for our customers. MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
The Leading Care Company and The Care Quality Commission.
Who Are The CQC?
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department of Health and Social Care of the United Kingdom. It was established in 2009 to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.
It was formed from three predecessor organisations:
- The Healthcare Commission.
- The Commission for Social Care Inspection.
- The Mental Health Act Commission.
The CQC’s stated role is to make sure that hospitals, care homes, dental and general practices and other care services in England provide people with safe, effective and high-quality care, and to encourage them to improve. It carries out this role through checks it carries out during the registration process all new care services must complete, inspections and monitoring of a range of data sources that can indicate problems with services.