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Caring for you, Caring about you

At Knights Care we support people to live the life they wish to lead. Are you caring and compassionate? If so, then Knights Care would like to train and support you to develop those strengths and any others you may have. Previous experience is not always essential, just a positive & can do attitude and we’ll show you the rest!

Check out the roles listed below. But don’t forget – we at Knights Care are always thrilled to hear from anyone interested in a career in care… If you are as passionate and dedicated about offering excellent care as we are, get in touch. We are always thrilled to hear from potential new team members, regardless of age, experience or role. If you share our passion and vision, we’d love you to share it with us!

Samantha - Training Facilitator
Ladysmith - From Care Assistant to Senior Care Assistant to Training Facilitator

Samantha joined the Ladysmith team in 2016 and has excelled in the home ever since. She goes above and beyond to do her best in everything she does and loves supporting her colleagues daily.

In her own words:

“Prior to working at Ladysmith Care Home, I had worked in care for 7 years and during this time I obtained my NVQ levels 2 & 3. I first came to work at Ladysmith Care Home in 2016 as a care assistant. In the first 6 months, after my induction and completing mandatory training I had a full time Senior Care Assistant position. During that time I worked on each of the units in the home ensuring I had good knowledge on all of the residents. As well as the many different residents I have had the pleasure to meet and care for, there has been opportunity to work alongside the Ladysmith team, who over the years I have become very close to. At the beginning of last year (2023), the position for a new  training facilitator became available within the home. I was eager to apply for this role as I felt that I had so much to  offer the home, the company and care profession. Fortunately I was offered the position and transitioned to this new role in September 2023. Since then my manager has enrolled me onto several courses to help broaden my knowledge and help me excel in this new and exciting position”

Jayne - Carer
Abbey Court - From volunteer to Carer

Jayne’s journey at Abbey Court began in October 2021 when she was volunteering on lifestyle activities. Her passion and dedication paid off a short 2 months later when she started working as a carer in the December.

We asked Jayne what she enjoys most about her work and her favourite memory from her time so far at Abbey Court:

“I love making residents happy, comfortable and having a laugh with them. When you get a smile its priceless. I have so many fond memories, once I was caring for a lady one to one and she started to sing to me. I had never heard her sing before and I was shocked that she knew every word! Music is so important to residents, it really makes their faces light up.”


At Knights Care we are keen to help you strive and achieve the best care delivery, resulting in the best care available for our residents… so far our team have achieved to date… & finalists since 2017 to date


...staff members accepted on to the Nurse Associate program


...been in the Finalists for Lifetime Achievement



If you're interested in joining our team we're interested in talking to you!