Live-in carer

ENA Care Group
£21060 - £29640 per Annum
19 Mar 2017
24 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

• Competitive pay (£405-£570 per week // £21,060-£29,640pa)
• Entry level position with career development and training
• Free accommodation
• £100 Immediate Start Bonus when you Join Us *Terms & Conditions Apply*
• Support and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from a company with 22 years’ experience
• Up to 28 days paid holiday including bank holidays (pro-rata)
• Free 5-day training course covering everything needed to be a Carer
• Free accommodation whilst training

If you are looking for a change in careers or a new start in care, ENA Care Group would love to hear from you. Offering Live-In Care positions and competitive rates of pay from £21,060-£29,640pa in and around South East England.

As a Carer you will be-

• Caring, Kind & Compassionate
• At least 21 years old (for insurance purposes)
• Possess a Manual driving licence and be able to drive confidently in the UK
• Speak clear and fluent English
• Hold Valid Right to Work in UK
• Prepared to potentially relocate

The ENA Care Group is a family run business and we have never lost sight of our family ethos. Established 20 years, we are a leader in providing a wide variety of care options, tailored to our clients, we pride ourselves on employing carers who share the same ethics as we do. What makes us different is our passion to ensure all of our carers have the training and tools to do the job.

We always provide an on-call carer to support you in your role and we provide excellent opportunities to gain experience in a diverse and ever changing sector.

The role of a live-in carer is a unique and special opportunity to help make another person’s life a little easier. You will help out with personal care, cooking, cleaning, possibly some shopping and even be responsible for transporting our client around. But most importantly, you will be their companion, friend and make sure they are well looked after.

Caring for someone full time is quite demanding, but is very rewarding. You are helping maintain their independence, something that is priceless and allows some aspect of control of their life.