Live-in carer — UK working holiday

Ever thought about coming to the UK to work and travel, but put off by not knowing where to start? ENA Care Group offers flexible one-to-one live-in work with vulnerable people, enabling you to save money to travel.

The role of a live-in carer is a unique and special chance to help make another person’s life better, while at the same time enabling you to save on costs on travel. With over 20 years experience, ENA Care Group has been providing specialised and high-quality live-in care within the home. We also understand how overwhelming it can be finding your feet in a new country, which is why we assist on getting you into work with accommodation, help with setting up a UK bank account, free training and other admin. We also reimburse your flights to the UK once you are placed into work (terms and conditions apply). With short and long-term placements based in the UK, and no experience required, this is the perfect opportunity for those wanting to fund their travels.

PLEASE NOTE: We do not offer sponsorship visas, so you must be able to obtain your own visa when you apply.

Cerebral palsy care

Benefits

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Competitive pay (pay starting from £500 a week). Terms & conditions apply
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Free 5-day training course covering everything needed to be a carer
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Free accommodation while in work
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UK flights reimbursed. Terms & conditions apply
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Support and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from a company with over 26 years experience
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Free accommodation whilst training
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Entry-level position with career development and training

As a carer you will be

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Kind, caring and compassionate
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At least 21 years old (for insurance purposes)
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In possession of a manual driving licence and be able to drive confidently in the UK
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Able to speak clear and fluent English
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Be eligible to apply for a UK working holiday visa, have ancestry or dual citizenship to the UK
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Prepared to potentially relocate
As a carer in the UK you will be living with a vulnerable person in their own home. You will be required to help out with personal care, cooking, cleaning, possibly some shopping, and may even be responsible for transporting the client around in their car. Most importantly, however, you will be their companion and friend. Caring for someone full time can be quite demanding, but is also very rewarding. Helping to maintain someone’s independence is something that is priceless and allows them a great deal of life control.
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