First-rate training and more placements than anywhere else
We reward our carers generously for the difference they’re making to the lives of our customers each and every day. Learn more about our live-in carers’ salary and benefits.
As the nation’s leading home care specialist, all of our carers are employed directly by us. No franchises. No agencies. No tax returns for you to complete. And no feelings of you being left alone without support.
We pay our carers generously and provide plenty of benefits, including:
- Full-time, flexible work patterns
- Competitive salary of up to £650 per week
- Paid holidays of up to 28 days a year, 2.33 days for every 30 you work
- Nationwide placements available, more than any other home care provider
- Free accommodation and food while you’re on each placement
- Assessment and selection days before joining our team, plus extra training as required
- Ongoing support from your local manager and through our 24-hour carer helpline
Apply online today to join the Helping Hands team as a live in care provider. If you’d like to find out more about the role get in touch with our recruitment team.Apply now
Development and support every step of the way
We’re a family-orientated business with over 30 years’ experience of supporting adults of all ages within the comfort of their own homes. Because of our size and scale, you’ll have all the help, advice and expertise behind you to feel comfortable, confident and supported in your role as a live-in carer.
As a private carer for Helping Hands, you’ll be put through our carer assessment and selection process. Together with your passion to care for someone, the process gives you all the practical know-how you need to become a truly excellent carer.
This has been the best training I have received within 12 years of care. Thank you!
Betty, a live-in carer
We’ll only ever match you with a person who you feel comfortable with and that you have the skills to support. And if you need extra training, we provide it. For customers with more complex health needs, we can also arrange for you to shadow the existing carer before you start.Our training process
A carer should never feel that he or she is alone. I wish I’d had this kind of support when I first started caring!
Jenny, a carer mentor