Care Worker Jobs

Our home Care Worker jobs offer great pay + hours that suit you.

You’ll support our clients in their own homes, helping them with daily tasks like making breakfast, bathing, and getting ready for bed.

Bring your caring attitude and be amazing!

Why Apply For Our Care Worker Jobs?

Our Care Workers are important to us so our home Care Worker jobs come with great perks, including:

Great pay

+ extra for weekends

Training

Develop & grow

Flexibility

Flexible, local work

Extras

Paid holiday + free uniform

What is a Home Care Worker?

A home Care Worker is someone who helps others with various aspects of their daily life like personal care, mobility, mealtimes and social and physical activities.

Our home Care Worker jobs offer flexible and guaranteed work that can be challenging yet always rewarding.

Care worker jobs are different every day

You’ll help clients in their own homes with daily tasks they can’t do for themselves – from meal preparation to shopping, cleaning and personal care.

Get out & about with a Care Worker job

An office not for you? Our home Care Worker jobs enable you to get out & about in your local community to deliver award-winning care.

No experience needed Care Worker jobs

Our home Care Worker jobs require a caring attitude & in most places, a driving licence. Our exclusive Alina Homecare Academy trains you for the role.

What Does A Home Care Worker Do?

Our home Care Worker jobs come with a range of responsibilities. You’ll help clients with:

  • Companionship – being a friendly face
  • Personal Care – washing & dressing
  • Medication – reminders & collecting prescriptions
  • Mealtimes – preparing healthy meals
  • Housework – laundry, cleaning & tidying
  • Errands – shopping & running errands
  • Mobility – assistance getting around
A smiling carer with a client after starting a Care Worker job

What Skills Do You Need?

Everyone wants a job that makes a difference. Our Care Worker jobs give you just that. Bring your caring and happy attitude and we’ll teach you the rest.

All you need is a willingness to learn and good communication skills. Most of our roles require a driver’s license and access to your own vehicle but if you can’t drive, contact our Jobs Team to see if your local branch has any walking vacancies. You can also apply for one of our disability Support Worker or live-in carer jobs.

As a Care Worker, you’ll have a chance to personally develop and grow by learning new skills, meeting new people, and going on training courses that interest you through our Alina Homecare Academy.

Staff smiling with care worker jobs

Work with us

It’s quick and easy to apply for an Alina Homecare job. Do it now!

Let’s chat
Job checks
Starter training
Meet the team
Be amazing!

Our Job Checks

Before you join our team, we’ll complete some jobs checks. These are in line with CQC regulations and are generally completed within a week. We’ll check:

Quick Questions

How much do Care Workers get paid?

Our pay rates are competitive and do vary according to where you work. To find out the rate for your local Care Worker job vacancy, chat with our Jobs Team.

When will I receive my pay?

Our Care Workers are paid every 4 weeks. In addition to your standard hourly pay rate, our Care Worker jobs also come with enhanced pay for weekends and bank holidays as well as mileage allowance, paid ongoing training and paid annual leave.

What hours do Care Workers work?

You can choose from a range of full-time and part-time contracts to suit you. Some of our Care Workers choose guaranteed hours while others opt for flexible working. We’ll work with you to find the right fit, and we ask that you share your availability in advance so that we can arrange rotas. To find out more about your options, simply contact our Jobs Team about our Care Worker jobs.

Do I need a driving licence and/or a car?

In most of our locations, Care Workers need a full UK driving licence as well as access to a vehicle. Contact our Jobs Team to check if your local team are taking on walking carers. Alternatively, you can apply to our disability Support Worker and live-in carer roles as they don’t have these requirements.

Where will I work?

Applying for one of our home Care Worker jobs only takes a few minutes, and you could start your role within weeks. After submitting your application, we’ll call you for a chat before booking a video interview. If successful, we’ll do some pre-employment checks including a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check and collect your references. You’ll then complete our exclusive Alina Homecare Academy training and shadow members of your local team.

When will I start?

Applying for one of our home Care Worker jobs only takes a few minutes, and you could start your role within weeks. After submitting your application, we’ll call you for a chat before booking a video interview. If successful, we’ll do some pre-employment checks including a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check and collect your references. You’ll then complete our exclusive Alina Homecare Academy training and shadow members of your local team.

Do I need experience to apply to be a Care Worker?

We simply need you to have a caring and can-do attitude. Most of our locations also require a driving licence and access to a vehicle but check with our Jobs Team to see if we are taking walking carers in your local area. Our exclusive Alina Homecare Academy training will give you the skills and confidence needed to develop in your new role + you’ll shadow experienced members of the team when you get started.

Are there career prospects for a Care Worker job?

Joining Alina Homecare is a chance to start an exciting new career as a Care Worker. We believe in the potential of our team members, no matter how much experience they start off with. We’ll support your growth and development from day one, and pay for ongoing training. As a result, we constantly see members of our team progress, and many of our branch and operational managers today started out just a few years ago as Care Workers!

Join our Team today!