New Forest Care
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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New Forest Care Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Jobs

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Full-time
Registered Manager Children's Home

Southampton

£32,000 - £41,000 a year

10 hours ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Children's Residential Support Worker

Southampton

£20,592 - £25,061 a year

5 days ago

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Full-time
Activity Residential Support Worker

Southampton

£23,868 - £32,500 a year

5 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Senior Residential Support Worker

Southampton

£22,422 - £27,978 a year

5 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Shift Leader - Children's Residential Care

Southampton

£22,422 - £27,978 a year

12 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Teaching Assistant

Southampton

£15,500 - £18,500 a year

30+ days ago

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Maths Teacher

Southampton

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Children's Residential Support Worker (Full time, Term time only)

Southampton

30+ days ago

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Primary Teacher - Key Stage 2

Southampton

30+ days ago

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Occupational Therapist

Southampton

£35,000 - £42,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Speech and Language Therapist

Southampton

£35,000 - £42,000 a year

30+ days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 328 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Personal Care & Home Health

Support Worker
£22,331 per year
Home Care Worker
£24,516 per year
Care Worker
£23,615 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 24 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Maintenance Team/ Painter Decorator in Fawley, Blackfield and Langley
on 2 March 2018
freindly workplace
There is always lots to do to keep you busy, friendly atmosphere. Nice staff, great kids. Management do anything they can to help, when it comes to working long shift which is sometimes needed.
Activity residential childcare worker in Romsey
on 30 April 2021
Good company to work for.
New forest care has a very good ethos when it come to looking after children and prides itself or being able to deliver this whilst praising and supports its staff throughout.
Shift Leader in Totton, Hampshire
on 18 March 2021
You'll get out what you put in.
I worked for NFC for 10 years, by no means an easy job but probably one of the most rewarding. You'll help a child/teenager progress, develop key life skills and provide a sense of normality. The company standby their policy of the Child comes first. If your looking for a role that will give you the feeling your actually making a difference then this really is the place to work, you won't get rich but the salaries are good and overtime is often available.
Head of Faculty in Totton
on 22 October 2020
Much more than a job!
I began working for New Forest Care 15 years ago, at the time it was a stop gap to gain some experience before joining the Police. 15 years later, I have no regrets in staying put. I have had the chance to work in many differenty roles both in Care and in Education and have been supported to re train and up skill on multiple occassions. The work can be demanding at times and I have found myself emotionally affected when the young person I have been working with is going through a tough time. However, the work is rewarding and knowing that you are making a positive impact on the young people is an incredibly motivating factor.
Careers Adviser and Post 16 Teacher in Totton, Hampshire
on 22 October 2020
A company that actively wants to make the best use of your skills and attributes.
A typical day involves the teaching and assessing of Post 16 learners and the preparation of sessions as well as maintaining a careers service. As the need to adapt the way that teaching and learning takes place to suit the learners is of utmost importance the role can be a challenge but it's this that makes it interesting. Since I joined I have learnt to adapt my practices to include more pastoral aspects to suit the smaller class sizes and developed a wider range of skills that have led me to explore new areas of interest. The management team are very keen on the use of effective CPD and encourage training and education opportunities and respond very well to the suggestions for personal development. They are supportive and celebrate the achievements of the staffing team as well as understanding the challenges faced. New Forest Education has a very tight knit staff team that share good practice and have a very developed structure in place for communicating these best practices. Working in a split role can mean it is difficult to manage time effectively, especially when changes can occur rapidly that require attention but this does not detract from the sense of shared achievement when we see a learners progression through a task or onto a positive destination after they finish the year with us. That's really the best part of the role; knowing that what we do can make a very real difference to the life chances of someone and be a part of them achieving their best potential.
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