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Being a nurse or a carer is not a job – it’s a vocation. It can provide you with tremendous job satisfaction and also flexibility. But you need to be the right kind of person; genuinely caring, respectful and interested in people – particularly in elderly people and the lives they have led. They have lots of memories and stories to tell, and most love the opportunity to reminisce.

Here at Iden Manor we pride ourselves on having the very best nurses and carers. Our commitment to excellence, favourable employment terms and – arguably above everything else – sense of extended family which runs very deep, all encourage a good team spirit and it is clear that our staff enjoy working here. As a result, retention and absence levels are consistently below the national average – which speaks volumes.

What we look for

Caring attitude:

Respectful and genuinely interested in people – who they are, what they’ve done, what they like.

Relevant experience:

Either as a nurse or a carer, which may have involved looking after dependent relatives. Babysitting and volunteering experience is also useful. In reality though, if you really want to be a carer and we see in you the right attitude then we can train you in the skills needed to deliver excellent care, and set you up in a career with lifelong value.

Relevant qualifications:

All our nurses must be NMC registered. For carers or health care assistants, formal qualifications are not essential as training will be given.


Cheerful, positive, patient, encouraging, happy, enthusiastic – we don’t bring our problems into work with us!


Positive references will be required and we will need to undertake police checks.

Our offer

Iden Manor enjoys excellent staff retention because we value the hard work of our staff and we want to look after them.

Comprehensive training:

Including person-centred care; health and safety; moving and handling; safeguarding people from abuse, equality and diversity; dignity and compassion; food safety and infection control.


A thorough induction programme; thereafter, on-the-job supervision until you are ready to do your job on your own.

Career progression:

The opportunity to gain relevant professional qualifications and progress through the Organisation with promotion oppurtunities

Rewards & Benefits:

  • Competitive rate of pay
  • Generous overtime enhanced rate offered
  • Bank holiday premium rate
  • New Starter’s bonus
  • Pension
  • Loyalty reward
  • Comprehensive induction and ongoing training and development oppurtunities
  • Support with NMC revalidation
  • Support provided to obtain registration with the NMC for Nurses in the EU and Non EU countries
  • Tier Two work visa sponsor for Nurses from non EU countries
  • Regular supervision and appraisals
  • EAP scheme (Employee assistance program)
  • Free lunch
  • Uniform provided
  • DBS Check – costs covered
  • Child care vouchers
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • On-site parking available
  • Subsidised accommodation may be availabe
  • Flexible working to accommodate school hours

Current Opportunities

We would be pleased to hear from people who are interested in working at Iden Manor, in particular in the following roles:


  • Health Care Assistants - Full time, part time, bank salary ranges from £7.75 to £9.85 per hour dependent upon experience


  • Registered General Nurses (RGN) Full time, days, nights part time and bank vacancies salary ranges from £16 to £18.50 p/h dependent on experience


  • Experienced domestic assistant 30 hours per week flexible shifts (more hours may become available) £7.75-ph to £8.10ph per hour dependent on experience


  • Part time temporary contract chef to work 20 hours week a week over two days £9.50ph to £10.50ph for minimum of 3 months but may be longer. Additional hours to cover annual leave and absence will be available.


  • Volunteers - for adhoc hours


For more information please contact our Human Resources Department at Head Office, on 01737 236182

Alternatively, email your CV to   

You are always welcome to pop into Iden Manor to visit the Home and drop off your application in person.

It does take a very special person to be a nurse, carer or work in a care setting and not everyone has the qualities needed. It can be physically and emotionally demanding, but it can also be an incredibly rewarding career on so many levels.

If you think you have the qualities needed to be an Iden Manor nurse,carer or support staff and you believe that you could thrive in the environment described here, then we would love to hear from you.

It doesn’t take long for people to fit in… it’s a bit like children starting at a new school!

Care Team Member

If you would like any more information about us or the services that we offer, please contact us at:

Tel: 01580