If you are thinking of becoming a live-in care worker, you have already taken the first step in making a difference to someone’s life, as well as your own.
Live-in care work is extremely flexible. You can work only a few weeks in a whole year, or for long, established periods. With competitive pay, great benefits and flexibility, live-in care offers a free, fully supported care assistant training programme.
Agincare is a family-owned business that has provided reliable and professional care since 1986.
We put people first, which goes for more than just our clients. To ensure your work is valued correctly, we’ve introduced our new and improved benefits when you start your career.
Please see specific job roles for benefits available to International applicants applying for sponsorship.
Looking for live in care jobs near me? Good news, we are looking for live in care assistants across the whole of England!
I love the variety of it; I like meeting new people and I like helping people… giving them their sort of independence and confidence back to live a normal life within their own home. There’s a lot to love about our job.
(Debbie, Live-in care assistant)
We also recruit carers from the EU and have opportunities across England within our live-in care services.
Agincare is a UK Visas & Immigration Licensed Sponsor, helping EU carers to realise their dreams of working in England. We are offering sponsorship to carers from EU countries looking to begin a career in live-in care through the new Health and Care Worker visa.
We have two distinct live-in care jobs in England available to EU applicants.
If you live in the EU, come and work with us today to benefit from FREE training, FREE meals and accommodation, guaranteed employment and much, much more.
Live-in care is for elderly people and younger adults who wish to still enjoy an independent life in the safety and comfort of their own home.
Live-in care workers give the client control over their care, helping to enable day-to-day living from simple chores, moving around, shopping and providing meals to companionship and other domestic tasks. Live-in care assistants can also offer 1-2-1 care and support for more complex health issues such as:
Some of the key duties are:
I have a clear job description, which explains my roles and responsibilities.
(93% strongly agreed or agreed in our live-in care staff survey)
Find out more in our live-in care blogs:
Weymouth, DT5 1BB
Agincare are looking for a Care Coordinator to support our Live-in Care Team based within South West office near Weymouth, Dorset.Job Role: Care Coordinator Hours: Permanent Contract, 40 hours per weekSalary: £22,000 - £23,000 per year, depending on experienceAbout the role:The main purpose of the Care Coordinator is the responsibility of ... Read More
Agincare are looking for a Care Coordinator to support our Live-in Care Team based within South West office near Weymouth, Dorset.Job Role: Care Coor...
up to £23,000 per year
This is a nationwide position, working alongside the NHS. We’ll supply you with your own company car and provide free accommodation.As a Project Care Assistant, you’ll help and support our clients return home after they leave hospital. You’ll be responsible for providing personal care duties such as bathing, dressing, helping with domestic t... Read More
This is a nationwide position, working alongside the NHS. We’ll supply you with your own company car and provide free accommodation.As a Project Ca...
£11.00 per hour
London , SE1
“Valuing colleagues, working collaboratively, passionate about learning, a culture of knowledge and excelling in the work we undertake,” these are our values, what are yours?Do you share our values and passion for making a real difference to the lives of the people we support?Are you looking for a role where you can grow, excel and put those va... Read More
“Valuing colleagues, working collaboratively, passionate about learning, a culture of knowledge and excelling in the work we undertake,” these are...
£600 - £800 per week
To become a live-in carer, 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 live-in worker 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 any challenges you may face. Ultimately, we need people who have a good heart.
Every live-in care placement takes into consideration the needs of the client and therefore is tailored to suit their requirements. Your placement will likely last for a period of weeks, after which there is the opportunity to take a break and enjoy a phase of leave.
Flexible working patterns are possible during extended care vacancies, and permanent care vacancies are also available.
We offer competitive rates of pay - up to £800 per week (depending on experience). Your accommodation and food will also be provided.
Yes, you will live with them in their own home providing round-the-clock support. With your help as a support worker they will be able to continue to live a fulfilling life in their own home.
Yes, all live in carers have their own bedroom in the client’s home. Food is included each week you are in placement or alternatively a food allowance is provided. You will receive ongoing support from a care manager to support you with any questions or issues.
All our live in carers are entitled to a two-hour break each day.
Following on from the online assessment course which covers the 15 care standards and the paid induction training course, all our live in carers receive free, ongoing social care training courses up to level 5 to ensure they are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide high-quality care work. We understand that care jobs, particularly those involving live-in care and home care services, require specialized care training to support clients with specific needs identified in their care plan, such as dementia care.
Yes, a care manager with substantial care experience and care skills is always available to discuss any aspect of the client’s care plan or anything else that you need support with.
A key ethos of Agincare as a care provider is to always personalise care plans to every client’s individual needs and preferences. The care plan contains detailed information about the client such as medication requirements and food preferences. This enables every support worker who has contact with the client to know their specific needs and preferences.