Why Apply for our Live-in Carer Jobs?
Our live-in carers are important to us so our live-in carer jobs come with great benefits including:
+ extra on Bank Holidays
Working patterns to suit you
+ ongoing training
Develop & grow with us
Big brand deals!
Wellbeing support 24/7
What is a Live-in Carer?
A live-in carer lives in a client’s home helping them with daily life such as personal care, preparing meals, and enjoying social and physical activities.
Our live-in carer jobs offer flexible working patterns that are varied and rewarding.
What Does a Live-in Carer Do?
Our live-in carer jobs have a range of responsibilities. Things you could help our clients with:
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What is a live-in carer?
Live-in carers live in the same home as the person/s they care for. Clients who choose to have a live-in carer may have needs that require regular daily attention, other people simply want support and companionship.
What are the pay rates?
We offer competitive pay rates for our live-in carer jobs. These vary depending on the client’s needs and whether you’re supporting a single person or a couple.
Where will I work?
You’ll work and live in the clients home 24/7. We work across the south of England and have a network of branch teams who are there to support you. Find your local team and apply for a role.
What hours will I work?
We offer a range of different working patterns to suit your’s and our client’s needs. Some of our live-in carers choose short term placements, others choose more permanent ones. We’ll work with you to find the right placement.
What training is provided?
Joining Alina Homecare is a chance to start an exciting new career. We believe everyone has potential, no matter how much experience they have. We’ll support your growth and development from day one, and pay for your ongoing training. As a result, we constantly see team members progress, and many of our operational managers today started out as care workers, support workers or live-in carers.