What are the benefits of working for TuVida?

At TuVida we place a high priority on working with staff to recognise their skills and increase their professionalism – including, very importantly, their sense of their own value.

Although they often work alone, staff are never unsupported. They are members of teams who take part in development programmes and can expect focused support and encouragement from their managers.

There's lots of scope here for hard-working, ambitious people who care - we are a well-established and growing charity, with national and local presence.

What we offer
  • Dedicated line managers.
  • A dedicated team in the office on-hand to answer calls and queries.
  • Care Quality Compliance officers who provide induction training and access ongoing training to develop your skills and knowledge plus supporting you in the field with compliance questions/support.
  • A fully paid DBS check.
  • A competitive company pension after three months if you earn over £10,000 per year.
  • Further career opportunities (all of our new vacancies are offered internally as well as externally).
  • Support for all care staff to gain their care certificate in their first 12 weeks of employment. After this we can assist with further qualifications such as an NVQ in Health and social care.
  • Paid mileage.
  • A wide range of working patterns such as full time salaried, part time or zero hours.
  • Overtime available if wanted.
  • An Employee Assistance Programme which gives advice and support with work or personal issues. This includes things such as programmes to help quit smoking, eat healthier or exercise, as well as access to a trained therapist which you can use to discuss personal or work issues. This is 100% confidential and can be used whenever you need it. There are also dedicated helplines for things such as financial worries, family concerns, and health worries. 
  • Work mobile phone, with work email and personal online roster.
  • Full PPE and infection control training.
  • An enhanced induction which will provide you with all the necessary training and skills for you to confidently go out and deliver care. The induction consists of a week of training via zoom and some face-to-face, and a week of shadowing a colleague.
  • Team meetings which can be take place face-to-face or via zoom which makes them more flexible for you to attend.
  • A mobile-friendly staff intranet where you can find all the up to date information and resources to support you in your work and what is happening across the organisation.

Want to find out more? Take a look at our current vacancies:

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