Please see our range of job vacancies here at Totalkare. We are always interested in hearing from talented individuals who can help take our business forward.
Totalkare is the UK’s leading provider of lifting and testing solutions for heavy duty commercial workshops, with customers ranging from small family businesses through to multi-national transport operators and logistics companies.
Totalkare’s success can be attributed to three key areas - our experience, the quality of our products and the expertise of our staff. Our area sales managers, engineers and support staff all work tirelessly to ensure the purchase and continued use of your Totalkare equipment is as smooth a process as possible.
Working at Totalkare
As the UK’s leading provider of lifting and testing solutions for heavy duty commercial workshops, with a reputation for excellent customer service, it’s our people that provide the foundation for our success. Totalkare is a dynamic, forward-thinking company with a working environment where people are encouraged to realise their full potential while feeling valued and cared for, putting the customer at the forefront of everything we do.
Our Culture & CSR
Our reputation is built on the quality of our products and the service we provide, both of which are underpinned by the quality of our people. We communicate openly – everybody can see the impact of their work on company performance – and the strong family values and culture of the business have, over more than 65 years, been cornerstones of our success.
Our Charity Partners
We are delighted to announce Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) as our charity partner for 2021.
Totalkare history dates back to 1953 when Walter Somers Materials Handling established a manufacturing assembly centre in Halesowen, offering fabrication services to industry. It was some years later, however, when Totalkare introduced its first mobile column lift in the UK, that the company embarked on a journey which sees us celebrate 40 years as the UK market leader for mobile column lifts in 2020.