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We will offer you work, with a diverse range of organisations and services, as quickly as possible

Successful Registration

Our professional Recruitment Team will help you through the registration process and offer you work, with a diverse range of organisations and services, as quickly as possible. Candidates register with Central for different types of work, including: ad hoc & emergency shifts, temporary full-time jobs and permanent positions.

We specialise in recruiting experienced health and social care professionals at all grades including: Care Workers, Support Assistants, Support Workers, Senior Support workers, Managers and Deputy Managers, Senior Managers and Directors. Our customers are typically local authorities, housing associations, charities and private sector organisations, who provide support to the most vulnerable people in society, including:

  • People with mental health issues
  • Young people and care leavers
  • People with substance misuse and complex needs
  • Former rough sleepers and homeless people
  • Adults and children with learning disabilities
  • Families
  • Refugees and asylum seekers
  • People fleeing domestic abuse
  • Single and teenage parents
  • Older people

Registration criteria

To successfully register with Central you will need to demonstrate one of the following:

  • 12 months’ paid work experience with one or more of the above client groups
  • 6 months’ paid experience with Older People
  • An associated degree – Psychology or Psychotherapy
  • A completed placement within a Social Work qualification

Candidates seeking temporary or ad hoc work must also have a minimum availability of four days a week for at least six months.

Registration process

The information below will help you to successfully prepare to undertake our registration process.

  1. Email your CV to work@centralcare.co.uk or register on-line
  2. We will call you within 48 hours to discuss your CV, availability and work preferences
  3. We will ask you to complete an on-line form with your personal details and a 10-year work history
  4. We will invite you to meet us for a face to face interview and to review your Right to Work documentation and to complete a DBS check
  5. We will then apply for your references covering the past 5 years

Right to work documentation required:

  • Valid in-date Passport

Documentation required to complete a DBS:

  • Photo ID
  • Proofs of address x 2
  • Proofs of address not accepted

Photo ID

Photo ID

  • Valid in-date Passport
  • Driving license (must be dated within the last 12 months)

Proofs of address x 2

Proofs of address x 2

Dated within the last three months:

  • Bank statement
  • Utility bill

Dated within the last twelve months:

  • Driving license
  • Council Tax bill
  • Benefits letter
  • P45/P60

Proofs of address not accepted

Proofs of address not accepted

  • Mobile phone bill
  • TV license
  • Internet bank statement
  • Electoral registration documents
  • Bank account opening letters
  • Tenancy contracts

We aim to contact all candidates within 48 hours to guide you through the registration process and discuss suitable work placements.

Due to the high volume of applications received, we are unable to respond to candidates who do not meet the aforementioned recruitment criteria.

After registration

Candidates registered with Central are offered work in a number of different environments, including:

  • Residential settings
  • Hostels
  • Supported Accommodation
  • Floating Support Services
  • Outreach Services
  • Day Centres
  • Refuges & safe houses
  • Community Services
  • Drop In Services