As a care assistant, you change lives, including your own.
By committing to regular hours each week, you are sure to have continuity and flexibility in your day-to-day life.
No experience is necessary as we provide full training. All you need is a passion to care for other people and the right to work in the UK.
We put people first, meaning not just our clients, but our team of over 3,500 nationwide.Search all care jobs
We are looking for care assistants across England in each of the following areas:
Blandford Forum, DT11
A typical day in the life of an Care Assistant will help support our customers in a variety of ways depending on their needs, all under one roof, this could include, providing personal care, Medication management, Light Domestic Duties, Meal Prep, Shopping & Companionship.Shifts required –Full time - mornings and evenings (7am-2pm and 4pm-10pm)Pa... Read More
A typical day in the life of an Care Assistant will help support our customers in a variety of ways depending on their needs, all under one roof, this...
£9.50 to £10.20 per hour
Agincare, Thirsk are looking for Care Assistants in our Extra Care Scheme to join our team and help us make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people, providing support to live independently in their own homes around your local area and community.If you would like to make a difference and have a kind, caring nature, then this is the job fo... Read More
Agincare, Thirsk are looking for Care Assistants in our Extra Care Scheme to join our team and help us make a difference to the lives of vulnerabl...
Up to £11.00 per hour
Brighton , BN2 9AJ
Agincare Brookmead are looking for Care Assistants in our Extra Care Scheme to join our team and help us make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people, providing support to live independently in their own homes around your local area and community.If you would like to make a difference and have a kind, caring nature, then this is the job f... Read More
Agincare Brookmead are looking for Care Assistants in our Extra Care Scheme to join our team and help us make a difference to the lives of vulnerab...
up to £9.70
We are a family-owned business that has provided reliable and professional care since 1986. We provide a wide range of care services tailored to a person’s needs, including live-in care, home care, and residential care homes.
We pride ourselves in putting the person first and fully understanding the needs of each individual, ensuring a good fit between care assistant and customer at all times.
Care industry experience is not essential as we offer free training to successful candidates. The most important quality is your desire to care for service users and improve their quality of life. A good standard of English is required, both written and spoken and strong communication skills.
We are looking for caring, compassionate and friendly individuals who are trustworthy, patient and kind. Being a health care assistant requires reliable, motivated people, who are resourceful in their approach to caring for others. Often you will need to adapt to situations as they arise but we are here to support you and ensure you have all the backing and reassurance to meet the any challenges you may face.
Ultimately, we need people who have a good heart.
Care assistants support people to manage their day and retain their independence. It can be as simple as helping someone get up and about in the morning, or to help them take their medication regularly, feed their pets or keep them mobile around their home. All the care services we provide regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Residents in our care and nursing homes may need support with washing and dressing and with emotional support and companionship.
We offer competitive rates of pay and a range of benefits. See individual job vacancies for details.
We offer flexible work that fits around your lifestyle. There are full time and part-time roles available, and those can also be tailored to the days and times that you are available for work.
For home care assistant jobs you do need a driving license and access to a car as you will visit a number of service users in their homes. However, a driving license is not required for care home assistant jobs as the care you provide is in a single location.
We have a variety of health care assistant roles available across our three health and social care businesses of care homes, home care and live-in care. With our home care assistant jobs you will visit a number of clients every day, getting to know them and their preferences. The main difference with our care home assistant jobs is that you will be based in a single location. The third option is live-in care where you live in the service user's house and provide full time care.
A degree is not required to become a health care assistant, nor is care experience as full training is provided. However, you will need a good standard of English (written and spoken) and a DBS check will be required to work in health and social care.
We provide comprehensive training to our health care assistants to ensure that you are equipped with nationally recognised care industry qualifications as you embark upon, and progress your career.
Yes, we have health and social care jobs for students, apprentices and everything in between and care experience is not essential. Our flexibility means you can work even just a handful of weeks in a whole year, with free training and transferable skills.
Yes, the hours are completely flexible to fit around your needs to ensure a great work life balance. Social care experience is not essential.