Care assistants have a varied role that ranges from providing companionship and going on days out with customers through to helping with personal care and housekeeping. Provide emotional and physical support for vulnerable and frail people. Duties include:
washing and dressing patients, monitoring their health and taking care of household chores.If you’re looking for a job that can be flexible around your lifestyle, has guaranteed pay and involves doing something that genuinely makes a difference, look no further.
There are a variety of shift patterns available to you, whether you want to work mornings, afternoons, evenings or weekends, we've got something to suit you and your lifestyle.


Proof of your right to work in the UK

· A valid driving license (Car is preferred)

· Warm, patient and compassionate with a clear desire to support others

· Enthusiastic and positive ‘can do’ attitude

· Cooking meals

· Dressing disable people.

· Cleaning house rooms.

· Administering medication.

· Providing emotional support.



Job Type: Full-time

Salary: From £10-£12.00 per hour with a review after 12weeks

  • Building relationships with people in your community.
  • Flexible working arrangements.
  • Working within a supportive team.
  • The opportunity to building a new skill set which could lead to a long-term career with lots of potential for progression.
  • Excellent training delivered by our in-house qualified specialist nurse
  • Guaranteed Shifts / Hrs (6 – 8 Hrs or 12 hour day Shifts and Waking Night shifts)
  • Excellent rates of pay (Enhanced during Bank Holidays)
  • Up to 5.6 Weeks Holiday Pay
  • Fully Funded DBS Application
  • Employee Benefits Scheme
  • Free Uniform / Full PPE
  • Free Company Mobile Phone


  • Helping clients with administrative tasks, such as paying their bills or responding to emails
  • Preparing meals and helping patients eat their food
  • Checking that patients take their prescribed medicine
  • Helping patients maintain their dignity by styling their hair or doing their makeup
  • Monitoring the condition of patients by taking their temperature, pulse and weight
  • Listening to patients and providing them with relevant feedback and support
  • Updating patients’ charts and daily notes to keep track of their progress