Continuing Healthcare jobs
Continuing Healthcare is uniquely placed between Health and Social Care making it an exciting area for Adult Social Workers to work in. Liquid Personnel work with Local Authorities, CCGs and private sector providers throughout the country, giving you a vast range of opportunities.
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Continuing Healthcare Jobs FAQs
What is continuing healthcare?
Continuing healthcare is social care provided by the NHS for people with long-term, complex health needs. Continuing healthcare can be provided in either the patient’s home, in a care home or in a hospital.
Can I get a continuing healthcare job in the NHS?
Yes. You can apply for any of the above jobs in continuing healthcare or alternatively register here and one of our recruitment specialists will get in touch with you to discuss what you are looking for.
How much can you earn in a continuing healthcare job?
The average salary for a NHS continuing healthcare job is in the region of £39,000. However, there are lots of factors that contribute to how much you can earn in a continuing healthcare job. For example, things like your experience and the location of the role can impact your salary.
If there are no IRO vacancies above that are right for you at the moment, register your interest below and we will work with you to find the ideal IRO job for you.
Send us your CV or apply for a vacancy. We’ll get in touch to discuss your preferences
We’ll review your experience and process your documents to get you ready for work
Your consultant will work with you to find you the perfect role
Why choose Liquid?
All our continuing healthcare roles come with excellent pay rates.
At Liquid Personnel we offer not only NHS continuing healthcare jobs, but also opportunities in the private sector.
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