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The feeling from having made someone’s day.


The satisfaction from helping others.

Meaningful work in a friendly, family-like environment.

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Join us to make a difference, every day

Working in social care takes a special kind of person. It takes kindness, dedication and teamwork, as well as the ability to listen and put others first. 

You don’t need experience, just the right mindset. If you’re a good fit we will provide all the training you need to begin your career making a difference and bringing joy to people every day.

Opportunity to grow

Becoming a professional carer or support worker can be hugely rewarding, and for many it is the start of a journey with many possibilities.

At Amrial we encourage all our carers to take advantage of the training opportunities we provide by signposting potential career paths through appraisals and personal catch-up reviews. 

We offer positions in both nursing care as well as adult mental health.

Whether you see your future self as a carer, nurse, support worker, team leader, specialist or home manager we can give you the resources and guidance to achieve your goals. 

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Rewarding Careers in Care

Career progression and personal development opportunities

Overtime rewards – additional £2 per hour
Enhanced bank holiday pay

Flexible hours with additional pay for nights and weekends

Fully funded training including NVQ / QCF

Free meals and paid breaks

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Careers with Amrial

We're always looking for exceptional people to join our team. If you are interested in working with us in residential care, please provide your contact details and our team will get in touch.

Current Roles

The Alexandra is a residential care home for individuals with a mental health diagnosis.

Farway Grange is a residential care home specialising in nursing for elderly care. 

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