Do you have the heart to care? As a leading independent care provider with over 3,500 team members nationwide, we’re looking for incredible people that share our passion for caring.
We’re hiring and offer hugely rewarding careers. That includes competitive pay (see below for different roles), plus a great range of rewards with high street and online discounts, free training, ongoing support and excellent opportunities for career progression.
There’s also the job satisfaction of making a very real and valuable difference to those you care for – an emotional reward that you can’t put a price on.
Right now we’re looking for care assistants, senior care assistants and registered nurses across all services – which include home care, live-in care and care homes.
You could be an experienced care worker or brand new to care. Whether it’s full time, permanent or available for just a few weeks a year that you’re interested in, we’ve got the role and flexible working patterns to match.
Our care workers come from a wide range of backgrounds, each brings different skills and experience with them and has their own reasons for embarking upon a career in care.
Sometimes called domiciliary care, you visit clients in their home to deliver care and support to help them retain their independence, stay safe and comfortable. It could be helping someone get up and stay mobile, assisting with medication or simply popping by to check-in in for a chat.
Pay equivalent of annual salary of £24k depending on experience, role and hours worked. Flexible hours to support your personal schedule, full or part time with alternate weekends.
You move in with a client, it could a younger adult or an older person, to deliver consistent care depending on their needs. That could include assisting with medication and complex care, through to helping around the house and providing companionship.
You could earn between £26,000 to £35,000 per year dependent on weeks worked and experience. Joining bonus and guaranteed hours contracts, with hours to suit. Accommodation and food provided.
Working as part of a tight-knit team you’ll care and support home residents, getting to know them and your colleagues as part of real community.
Pay equivalent of annual salary of £24k depending on experience, role and hours worked. Reliable contracted hours with flexible hours.
We’re bucking the trend. We are a successful, growing and independent care provider – despite the Covid pandemic and turbulent economic climate right now. This year we’re celebrating 35 years of delivering care in your community and still remain family-run to this day – we’re not a faceless corporation that puts shareholders before people.
And, as one of the very few companies nationwide that are experts in a comprehensive range of services, we can tailor care for the changing needs of our clients in a way few other care providers can. That ensures we remain true to our ‘person first’ values. It also means we have a host of exciting roles in various services up for grabs.
From care worker to registered care home manager, Vicky Boursnell-Brooks Registered Manager of Crecy Care Home in Weymouth explains why she loves working in care…
If someone was thinking about going into health and social care I would say do it.
The rewards are endless, it’s the satisfaction that you get when you make somebody’s day, or you receive a smile, and you’ve looked after someone in the best possible way.
And there’s career progression. I started as a care worker, I didn’t envisage ending up as a manager. I was invested in, and given the chance to learn and progress, working my way through the ranks to what I’m doing now.
One of the benefits of working for Agincare is that it is able to provide staff with a flexible working approach. It’s a family-run business. The ethos is that we provide good quality care, and that’s exactly what we do.