Could you be a live-in carer in the UK?
Do you live in Spain but want to work flexibly in the UK?
Helping Hands has been running regular carer training events on the Spanish mainland for several years managed by our Spanish based recruitment team.
Susan Edwards and Jayne Vale our recruitment specialists in Spain are really keen to meet with anyone with a passion for joining the care industry as a Live-in Carer to come and work in the UK.
Next live-in carer training in Torrevieja near Alicante in Spain
- 11th January – 15th January 2019
- 25th February – 29th February 2019
- 1st April – 5th April 2019
There really isn’t a better time to start your career as a live-in carer at Helping Hands Home Care where you will enjoy the flexibility of working in the UK while residing in Spain. Even though Britain recently left the European Union, at Helping Hands, our door is still very much open to carers from overseas. We see our overseas carers as part of our family and we constantly have amazing feedback from our customers about how supportive and empathetic their carers are, with many becoming close friends. Carers from abroad have been coming to Helping Hands for a number of years, and we are very passionate about continuing this. The diversity of our workforce is something we take great pride in, and we are committed to supporting any of those with concerns.
Please only register if you have the right to work in the UK.Apply today from Spain
Applying from Spain
We have a training centre near Torrevieja in Alicante where you can complete our full five-day training course before coming to the UK to start your first live-in carer job.
We’ll carry out all of your reference and police checks before you fly to the UK.
Register your interest in becoming a carer now, and one of our recruitment partners will be in contact to discuss the next steps:
+34 658 52 19 07
+34 685 40 68 81
+34 696 13 96 13
Alternatively, complete the form below and we'll get in touch
Alison’s home is in Spain. She travels to the UK to work as a live-in carer for periods at a time. She says, “I’m doing the job because I enjoy this type of work… However, many expats are struggling with the current economic recession [in Spain], so this is a very good way of being able to continue living the life you have chosen in Spain and combine it with seeing friends and relatives in the UK.”
Alison, a live-in carer from SpainAlison's story