If caring about others is what you do best, you’re already our type of person. Pursuing a career in care needs individuals who have a desire to improve people’s quality of daily life.
Joining our care team could be the start of a fulfilling career with competitive pay, great benefits and flexibility, as well as a fully supported care assistant training programme.
We are a family-owned business that has provided professional care since 1986. We pride ourselves in fully understanding the needs of each individual, ensuring a good fit between care worker and customer at all times.
We are one of the largest care groups in England with over 3500 staff with support provided from our regional home care offices.
We will provide you with comprehensive training so that you are equipped with nationally recognised qualifications as you embark upon, and progress your career.
Home care is usually considered the first step on the care ladder for people who need some assistance to 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, feed their pets or keep them mobile around their home.
Home care can be arranged flexibly, for both the client and the care assistant.
You’ll be offering domiciliary care to several clients a day. This includes help with:
“I had previously worked in care over 20 years ago, but coming back to it now was so much easier. I applied for a domiciliary role and started the following week. I’m enjoying updating my training and I love what I do” Aaron, Home care assistant
Experience is not always necessary as we are prepared to offer successful candidates care assistant training for free. It’s important that you have a desire to care for people and improve their quality of life. We expect a high standard of English language – written and spoken and strong communication skills.
We are looking for caring, compassionate and friendly individuals who are trustworthy, patient and kind. Being a 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.
Home care or domiciliary care is for people who need some assistance to manage their day and still 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.
Home care assistants make several visits a day, this is a service for adults of all ages who need help in their own home.
We offer above average rates of pay and a range of benefits. See individual job vacancies for details.
Working as a home care assistant offers 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.
You will need to have a valid UK driving licence and access to a car so that you can make your visits.