Join us for a rewarding and flexible home care job in your community

Join us for a rewarding  and flexible home care job  in your community
Join us for a rewarding  and flexible home care job  in your community
Why work with us?

We care for you

1
Great pay
We understand how demanding care work can be so we offer our carers great pay for their good work.
2
Weekly payments
All Care In My Home carers are paid weekly to reward your hard work and help with your cashflow.
3
Free training
You will receive free training to keep your skills up to date and ensure you deliver the best possible care.
4
Flexible schedule
Our flexible work schedule can be tailored around your existing commitments so you work when you can.
5
Supportive community
Within our community of carers you can share your experiences, gain moral support and make long lasting friendships.
6
Up-to-date technology
Our digital system will help you keep on top of your rota, with all the tools you need to make your job simple.
7
Career progression
We invest in our people and offer the possibility of excellent career progression into senior care assistant roles.

We employ the best
carers in the business

Our carers are hand-picked by us for their experience, compassion and professionalism. If you meet the following criteria, we’d love to hear from you:

We employ the best
carers in the business

Our carers are hand-picked by us for their experience, compassion and professionalism. If you meet the following criteria, we’d love to hear from you:

Committed to helping people live the life they choose with dignity and respect.
A minimum of one year’s experiences as a professional carer.
Relevant qualifications, including an NVQ level 2 or above in Health and Social Care, a Care Certificate from an accredited provider or induction training (pre-April 2015) with evidence of ongoing training.
A right to work in the UK and a DBS certificate.
A valid driving licence and your own vehicle (desirable but not required).

What is the role
of a carer?

The primary role of a carer is to assist elderly or disabled people with practical tasks they cannot manage alone or may need encouragement to complete independently. These include tasks around the home like washing, cleaning or cooking as well as activities out of the house like food shopping.

Due to the diverse nature of the role, carers perform a wide range of activities depending on the requirements and interests of vulnerable people. These responsibilities are especially varied when providing live-in care.

Carer job description

There are various different roles that come under the broad banner of “carer”, here’s what each aspect of the job involves:

Carer job description

There are various different roles that come under the broad banner of “carer”, here’s what each aspect of the job involves:
Support
Encourages clients to participate in social and recreational activities.
Personal care
Includes washing, personal hygiene, dressing and assisting with meals.
Caregiver
Assists in the safe lifting, transferring, repositioning and movement of clients.
Medical Support
Accompanies clients to medical appointments and prompt or administer timely medication.
Medical Support

FAQs about carer jobs

Providing good care can make all the difference to someone’s quality of life.