How much do health care assistants in Nottingham get paid?

Health care assistants in Nottingham earn

£8.71–11.00 per hour

Based on 168 employee reviews

Health care assistant salaries can range between £8.71–11.00 per hour in the Nottingham area. This data is based on survey results from 168 employees who live in an around Nottingham.

What do top employers pay health care assistants?

Who are the worst health care assistant employers?

  1. Starcare
  2. Prestwick Care
  3. Constance Care

Recent health care assistant vacancies in Nottingham

  1. Health Care Assistant posted 3 days ago
  2. Health Care Assistant posted 3 days ago
  3. Health Care Assistant at Radis Community Care posted 3 days ago
  4. Health Care Assistant posted 3 days ago
  5. Health Care Assistant posted 3 days ago
  6. Outpatients Health Care Assistant at Ramsay Health posted 12 days ago
See all health care assistant vacancies in the Nottingham area

What contracts are people on?

23% report having zero hours contracts
2% report having low hours contracts (less than 16 hours)
41% report having part time contracts (16-35 hours)
34% report having full time contracts (more than 35 hours)

Based on 128 employees

How are people paid?

by the hour
an annual salary

Based on 168 employees

What do health care assistants employees do?

Care workers have the job of supporting and looking after vulnerable people. This includes children, the elderly and adults with disabilities.

They can work in private care homes or in patients’ homes. Sometimes care workers need to stay overnight.

Other names for care workers are:

  • Direct care workers
  • Carers
  • Care assistants
  • Healthcare assistants (HCAs)
  • Support workers
  • Personal carers/ assistants
  • Shared lives workers

This type of job involves day-to-day support for patients. This can include:

  • Helping with washing, getting dressed and going to the bathroom
  • Preparing food and helping with eating
  • Household cleaning, laundry and shopping
  • Keeping patients company and getting involved with activities
  • Making sure patients are taking any medication

This is a physical job, and you may be on your feet a lot.

You may have to work night shifts, on weekends and bank holidays.

Some care worker jobs are entry level and can offer on-the-job training.

If you want to apply for a care worker job, you might need the following:

For more information about care workers, read our guide to the best care companies to work for.

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