Care assistants /Care coordinators - NO experience necessary, training provided
Do you think you can make a difference in people’s lives?
There are full-time, part-time and flexible hours roles available.
Pay and benefits
Our providers offer highly competitive pay rates as well as paid travel expenses, guaranteed hours, pension and other benefits.
Training & Development
No experience is necessary as all our Domiciliary Care providers offer full training and induction programme.
They also encourage and support you should you decide to pursue a formal qualification in Health and Social care. There are opportunities to progress and internal progression is encouraged.
Hampshire County Council arranges domiciliary care (care at people’s homes) for over 4,500 number residents and our primary providers are the preferred domiciliary care providers when arranging services of care. Through this arrangement care workers benefit from better working conditions, paid travel expenses as well as building a career in care.
Our primary providers make it possible for people who need care or support to maintain independence in the comfort of their own home.
- You will support clients with everyday tasks such as getting into and out of bed, washing, bathing and dressing, preparing food, prompting medication, home help and running errands such as shopping and cleaning and most importantly providing companionship.
- You will work with a range of interesting people including older people, or people who may have a learning disability, physical disability or mental health issue.
- There is also a variety of roles available and plenty of chances for career progression.
For more information check each provider by visiting our website.