Join a company that really cares
Every single person in our team helps us to provide the highest standard of care to our customers. They’re all part of the Helping Hands family, and each valued for the part they play.
It’s important that our branch and care managers are based locally to their customers, carers and communities, therefore you may find opportunities to join our growing team across the country. Most of our behind-the-scenes team is based at our head office in Warwickshire. There you’ll find our carer services team, human resources, sales and marketing and finance departments, who are diligently going the extra mile to arrange and provide exceptional home care for our thousands of customers.
Helping Hands is a company that cares. Caring runs through our whole organisation, from our board members to our reception staff. We provide all the support and training you need to really excel in your role and feel like a valued member of our family.
Join a company that’s going the extra mile, for customers and all the people who are part of our team. For head office roles, email Kim or call her on 07805 626 091. If you’d like to join a branch, email Kate or call her on 07736 887 004. You can also search our office vacancies.Search jobs at head office Search jobs in a branch
We also have over 50 branches across the country, which are mostly high-street shops where customers and carers alike can easily call in for advice and support. The managers for our visiting carers – or care assistants – are all based in these branches.
How to apply for an office vacancy
First of all, search our office vacancies to see what positions are available. You can apply online for any vacancy – the process should only take 10-15 minutes.
If your application is successful, a member of our recruitment team will contact you directly to go through our recruitment process.
Here’s an overview of what happens:
- Phone interview with our recruitment team
- First face-to-face interview
- Another face-to-face interview, if you were successful
- Reference check and other checks, including your right to work in the UK
- Formal job offer
- Training and induction to working for Helping Hands