Simply click the apply button above to start your application process. One of our recruitment ream will receive your application and review it and, if successful, you will move on to the next stage. Or, we can send you a short application form to complete to help us get to know you a bit better and for you to tell us why you think you’d make a good carer.
The recruitment team will organise an interview over video chat to discuss the live-in role in depth, as well as answer any questions you might have.
Once successful at interview, your recruitment advisor will obtain the pertinent information to process a background check. This is a vital necessity to work as a live-in carer supporting vulnerable adults. The checks will include 3 reference contacts, a recent police check from your own country and photocopies of your ID documents.
Once your background checks have been completed, your recruitment advisor will discuss with you potential training dates in the UK. You will then need to apply for your visas (if you haven’t already) and book flights to arrive in the UK before training commences.
Training and assessment week
You will be taught the Care Certificate and other mandatory training over a five day period, giving you everything you will need to start your career with us. Your trainer will assess your performance and behaviour throughout, all of which you will need to pass in order to be employed with us. There are no training costs and accommodation is included during your five day stay.
We match our carers and clients together depending on: experience, hobbies, interests and personalities. After the training and assessment week, you will need to wait to be matched with a suitable client using the personal profile that you have provided. You will have the opportunity to speak to your potential client over the phone so they can make an informed decision about you.
Our care team will notify you when you have been accepted by a client and will give you all the necessary information about where to go as well as when you will start.
On arrival at a new placement you will receive a full handover from the previous carer, so you can get to know the client’s preferences. The support from head office means you will also have access to a member of the care team as well as 24/7 emergency support.