Live-in care jobs across the UK

At ENA we’ve been passionate about providing quality live-in care to our clients since 1994. Our carers are the reason we can provide such high-quality care, and we strive to handpick people who really fit with our company ethos and values.

We are committed to ensuring you have a fulfilling and rewarding career with us and we promise to support you every step of the way. From interview to placement, ENA’s dedicated team of industry experts are always on hand. We are excited to help you find the perfect job with ENA.

Current vacancies

Live-in care jobs

What do live-in carers do?

Live-in help our clients to complete a wide range of everyday tasks, enabling them to continue to living independently for as long as possible. As an live-in carer, you will:

  • Manage medical conditions such as spinal injury, dementia, stroke and incontinence
  • Support with bathing, dressing and toileting
  • Support with incontinence care
  • Administer medication
  • Prepare meals and wash dishes
  • Complete household chores such as laundry, ironing, dusting and hoovering
  • Offer mobility support around the home
  • Run errands
  • Feed, walk and care for a pet
  • Take your client out and about in the community (for shopping, appointments)
  • Provide emotional support
  • Provide companionship and most importantly, be a friend to your client

Why work for ENA?

Our values



We believe in enabling our clients to achieve a high level of independence by providing high-quality, person-centred care, and using the ‘mum’ test in everything we do.



We ensure everyone’s needs are fostered by applying good listening skills, a caring nature and showing compassion and empathy for every one of our clients.



We always aspire to greater things, by listening to feedback and using the things we learn to build on our services.

ENA workplace and culture

Our workplace and culture

A live-in care job is not your typical 9 to 5 role – it requires a special kind of person who always has the interests of others at heart. You have the opportunity to get to know your client on a personal level, spending weeks at a time caring for them in their home, which is one of the things that can make live-in care so rewarding.

Being a carer for ENA is a demanding but also highly-rewarding career. Without live-in carers, people who wish to live independently, or people who need specialist assistance, would be unable to.

We consider our staff to be ‘care champions’ who promote dignity in care at all times, and we are really proud of all our ENA carers. They are the very heart of our company and we would be nowhere today without them. It is a career where no two days are ever the same and will introduce you to interesting and inspirational individuals. It is also highly flexible around your life and commitments.

If you are caring, empathetic, respectful, dedicated & committed, we would love to hear from you.


You will be paid between £500–£700 per week based on the placement you are assigned by your case manager, according to your skills and previous experience.

If you are new to care or have very little experience, you would be placed with a lesser needs client. This means you would be paid towards the lower end of the scale.

If you have more experience and skills that would be beneficial to a higher or complex needs client, you would be paid towards the higher end of the scale.

Your pay rate will be agreed with you by your case manager before each placement.

Perks & benefits


Free training and accommodation

Complete the nationally-recognised Care Certificate during our training and assessment week, where you will also receive free accommodation


Support & advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Our care team includes qualified healthcare professionals, such as registered nurses, who support our carers in work

Competitive pay

Competitive pay

An opportunity to work with a wide array of clients and earn a competitive salary of between £500–£700 per week

Refer a friend

Refer a friend scheme

As an employee, you could earn up to £500 if you refer a friend as a live-in carer or a client

Personal development

Qualifications/personal development

Opportunities to obtain further qualifications while you’re working

Annual leave

Annual leave

Up to 28 days paid leave per annum (pro-rata)



Daily breaks

3 hour daily break

Flexible working

Flexible working patterns

Honesty & transparency

We strive to be better by asking for feedback from our carers & staff throughout the recruitment process and beyond. To see what they say about us, visit our Glassdoor page.

Your career with ENA

Current vacancies

Recruitment process

Training & support

About us

Hourly care jobs

Overseas applicants

Refer a friend


Looking for a job?

Call now to speak to our recruitment team
01707 383 033