What you’ll get

28 Days full holiday pay

Work when you’re available

Fully paid training

Full pension scheme

We pay for your travel and travel time

We also pay for you to learn more and get new qualifications (if you want)

We give you all the training you need. And we train our staff to the best standard.

So no experience is needed

just a positive and caring attitude

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Please Include:


1. Your Full Name

2. Your Phone Number

3. If you have a Full UK driving license and access to a car

4. Which Branch you are applying for: Glasgow South, Falkirk OR Livingston

5. How many years of experience you have, and any other relevant information?

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Job Description



A job in care can be one of the most rewarding jobs there is. You get to watch the joy you bring to a person as you help with their independence and realise their dreams.

If you haven’t worked in care before, don’t worry, we give you all the training you need. And we train our staff to the best standard. We also pay above the national living wage PLUS benefits.

Have a read through the full details below and get in touch with any questions or to apply;

We offer the following benefits:

* Pay our staff above the national living wage with additional perks

* Full holiday pay of up to 28 days (pro-rata)

* Fully paid training and development courses

* Working within a fair and desirable shift pattern

* Work in line with your own availability and preferences

* Career development; opportunity to obtain SVQ 2&3 qualifications & thereafter there are opportunities for internal promotion within the company

Job Purpose (Responsibilities & Duties):

* To provide high-quality standards of care to our clients

* Recording client information in the care plan/database

* Assisting with creating and implementing organisation procedures and practices

* To assist people using the services, enabling them to live independently in their own home

* You will be allocated a weekly rota in advance, allowing our clients to become familiar with you, building strong relationships, enabling continuity of care

Essential for role:

* Good communication and interpersonal skills with a passion for the role

* Willingness to undertake SVQ 2 or 3 qualifications

* Commitment to personal development

* PVG certification (we can assist with getting you certified)

Desirable for role:

* Full UK driving license with access to your own vehicle

* Previous experience in care would be beneficial to the candidate

* Appropriate insurance for vehicle business purpose

* PVG and SSSC registration

This post is Regulated Work with Vulnerable Adults as specified in the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scotland PVG Act 2007. Successful applicants MUST register for the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG).

Hours: 16-40 per week

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Pay: From £10.50 per hour + increases based on performance

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What does a care worker do? A care worker helps to give and provide support to a person that needs care, that is their primary and main job to improve the lives of vulnerable and elderly and learning difficulties and disabled people using care assistance and at home help and help at home paid for by the council and council home help

A Carer means a person who gets paid or not paid for their role as a care person who they do not know the person they are caring for before they start caring for them. Other professional carer roles are ‘care workers‘. These include aged care, attendant care, disability support, home care and personal care workers

What qualities and qualifications do you need to be a carer?

  • Do you have what it takes to be a carer?
  • Supportive, encouraging and patient
  • Understanding
  • Sensitive
  • Responsible/respectful/dependable
  • Professionalism
  • Good interpersonal skills/communication skills
  • A flexible approach