Looking to work as a carer in the UK?
Join Us! We are committed to providing the best care and support possible. We can only do this by ensuring we recruit the best quality staff with the right skills. For this reason, our recruitment, selection, and induction process, is detailed and thorough. This can be time consuming however, if successful, you can be certain that you have joined a team and an organisation that seeks to be outstanding in every way. Here at Rance Healthcare Services Ltd, it doesn’t matter what experience you have or where you come from. Care comes from the heart – and that’s all that matters.
If you’re based overseas and are looking for the opportunity to work in the UK, then you’ve come to the right place. And, if you have the right to work in the UK and are interested in caring for someone on a one-to-one basis, please get in touch today.
How to Apply
Visit our careers page, identify the position you would like to apply for and follow the application steps.
If you require a Certificate of Sponsorship in order to apply for a visa to work in the UK, simply visit our job dashboard – healthcare assistant page to start your application process. One of our recruitment associates will receive your application form and review it and, if successful, you will move on to the next stage. Please ensure your form is completed in full, providing employment/study history for the past 10 years, explaining any gaps in study or employment. We receive an overwhelming number of candidates and will only invite a selected number who meet our strict criteria for assessment prior to an interview.
Once your application is received, our International Recruitment Team will contact you to obtain pertinent information required to process a pre-assessment background check. This is a vital necessity when working within a role supporting vulnerable adults in the UK. The checks will include verification of your provided information. Our background checks form part of our due diligence checks and are a prerequisite process which aids in assessing your suitability for the care role and eligibility for the Certificate of Sponsorship.
The supplementary questionnaire will be used as part of your initial assessment. If we do not receive the questionnaire within 14 days, we will assume that you do not want to further your application to the next stage, therefore bring your application to a close.
Once we receive your completed supplementary questionnaire you will be placed in line for processing. When your application has been accessed and we have updates we will notify you of the stage 2 outcome and schedule your next step.
Following satisfactory checks and if shortlisted, our international recruitment associates will organise an interview over a video platform. During the interview, the team will discuss the care role in depth, as well as answer any questions you might have.
Once all checks have been completed, and following you receiving a firm offer of employment, your recruitment advisor will discuss with you potential training dates in the UK. You will then need to apply for your visas (if you haven’t already) and book flights to arrive in the UK before training commences.
Visa Application to UK Government
To qualify for a Skilled Worker visa, you must:
• work for a UK employer that’s been approved by the Home Office- Rance Healthcare Services Health Care is a Skilled Worker Visa Sponsorship approved employer.
• have a ‘certificate of sponsorship’ from your employer with information about the role you’ve been offered in the UK
• do a job that’s on the list of eligible occupations
• be paid a minimum salary – how much depends on the type of work you do
The specific eligibility depends on your job.
You must have a confirmed job offer from Rance Healthcare Services Health Care before you apply for your visa.
When you apply, you’ll need to provide:
• your certificate of sponsorship reference number – your employer will give you this
• proof of your knowledge of English
• a valid passport or other document that shows your identity and nationality
• your job title and annual salary
• your job’s occupation code
• the name of your employer and their sponsor licence number – this will be on your certificate of sponsorship
Depending on your circumstances, you might be asked to provide:
• evidence that you have enough personal savings to support yourself in the UK for example bank statements (unless your certificate of sponsorship shows your employer can support you)
• proof of your relationship with your partner or children if they’re applying with you
• your tuberculosis test results if you’re from a listed country
• a criminal record certificate – if you’re working in certain jobs
• your UK PhD certificate or your unique UK NARIC reference number if your qualification is from outside the UK – you’ll need to apply for this through the UK Visas and Nationality Service
You’ll need a blank page in your passport for your visa if you’re:
• from outside the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein
• from the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein but do not have a biometric passport with a chip in it
Training and Assessment Week
You will need to apply for your visas (if you haven’t already) and book flights to arrive in the UK before training commences. We will meet you at the airport and we will ensure you are fully supported as you settle in. You will be taught the Care Certificate and other mandatory training over a 14-day period, giving you everything you will need to start your career with us. Your trainer will assess your performance and behaviour throughout, all of which you will need to pass in order to be employed with us.