5 Codrington Gardens, Gravesend, England, DA12 5DB

0754 314 8624

Recruitment Services

We are known for our custom healthcare recruitment services. We know that each search assignment is different, so we make each recruitment plan to fit. We don’t re-use long lists, and we don’t send out search delivery to other companies.

Our services cover the full range of executive search tasks, and our method for mapping talent is both strict and thorough. We work with discretion and honesty because we value our partnerships.

Who We Recruit

Mental Health Nurses


Registered General Nurses


Support Workers


(Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech & Language Therapist

Healthcare Assistants

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Our Staff Goes Into These Categories

Nursing Homes
Disability Centres
Private Clinics

Private Clinics
Maternity Hospitals
Children's Hospitals

Psychiatric Hospitals
Respite Centres

Carers and Support workers

Are you thinking about starting a career as a carer or support worker?

As a support worker or carer, you may be in charge of providing care to people with varying degrees of disability and challenges. In this position, it is essential to be knowledgeable as the health and happiness of individuals frequently depend on the provision of care that is both effective and sufficient.

Individual Traits and Preferences

  • A professional carer or support worker is expected to be able to exhibit a number of essential qualities and abilities, including the following ones:
  • Excellent knowledge of care principles, including the importance of respecting a patient-centered approach.
  • Capability to obey rules and regulations that have been set forth both by the residential home and by the government.
  • Having respect for the inherent value and dignity that each person possesses
  • Maintain your professionalism and honour at all times.
  • Excellent communication abilities, such as attentive listening, for example.
  • Dedicated to assisting people in need, particularly those who are vulnerable.
  • Capable of working under pressure and adaptable to change.


  • A minimum of a Level 2 NVQ is required, but a higher level is preferred.
  • It is required that the candidate have previous experience providing care, and they must be able to provide relevant references from within the last five years.
  • You will have an advantage if you receive training in areas such as health and safety, food hygiene, medication, infection control, and safeguarding.
  • Not only is this training highly recommended, but current employees are eligible for any and all training opportunities.
  • Documentation proving eligibility to work in the United Kingdom
  • DBS check that is current and good.
  • The written and spoken forms of the English language are both of high quality.

Full-time and part-time jobs are available.


Please only apply if you are a UK resident.

We Choose to Care is looking for experienced RGNs and RMNs to work in residential and nursing homes across the United Kingdom. The minimum amount of experience required is six months. You will be working with people who have dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, learning disabilities, end-of-life care, and other conditions.

*One year of experience as a patient care nurse (preferred)

*NMC certification/licensure (preferred)

Working in our nursing department

Our nursing division is the busiest of all of our divisions. Nursing recruitment is often referred to as “fastest finger first,” with our teams expected to fill thousands of locum nursing jobs every day and our international nursing teams deploying over a large number of nurses into the NHS and private sectors each year.

How we operate

Our staff has the flexibility to work days and hours that suit them due to the high expectations of our nursing teams. For example, some of our employees may prefer to work on a Saturday rather than a Friday if candidates are easier to reach over the weekend, or they may begin and end their workdays early.

We have full-time openings in the team as well as part-time openings in our Out of Hours team, which is available to support our nursing clients and candidates between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. We’re also flexible in how we work, with some of our employees preferring to work from home and others preferring to work in our offices.


What do we provide in return?

Our Methodology

We have been successful in attracting professionals in the healthcare industry because we have a track record of working in global markets and use a methodical and inclusive recruitment process.

Step one in getting to know a client’s business, goals, and company culture is to talk with them in depth.

We’ll suggest the right person for the job based on how the requirements, and how quickly it needs to be filled. 

We do a lot of research to figure out who the best people to recruit. Our team for hiring people is made up of senior and experienced recruitment specialists.

Profiles are evaluated based on the core skills needed for the job and the person’s ability to do well and grow in the company. 

We don’t just check a candidate’s past experience through references; we also find out if they can do well in the new environment.

To make sure the transition goes well, we offer ongoing support during the contract negotiation and integration phases.

The advantages of working collaboratively with us