Working for Us
As one of our carers your role will be to support older people or other adults to live independently in their own home in the local community. We put the person at the centre of everything that we do and the care and support you provide will be focused on people’s individual needs and personal preferences. This could be:
- Encouragement and support for maintaining independence including: personal care, meal preparation and light housework.
- Helping people to look after their health and wellbeing through assistance with medication or attending medical appointments.
- Providing a friendly familiar face and conversation to prevent exclusion and loneliness.
- Support for trips out or participation in activities and interests.
The most important factor for us is that we have a team of people who share our values, are committed, reliable and enthusiastic. In return you will find the work to be interesting and rewarding. By making a difference you will feel valued by the people you support, their families and us.
We offer full time or part time flexible hours across a seven day service with excellent rates of pay, paid travel, mileage and training.
Before you can start in employment you will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Check and provide satisfactory references.
Experience and qualifications are not essential as we provide a full induction, ongoing access to learning and development and the opportunity to complete qualifications.