Live In Care Jobs

Do you want to make a difference to someone’s life whilst
developing a career with a leading live in care provider

A career that makes a difference

The people who work for us are exceptional. And that’s why we continue to be recognized and awarded for the work that we do. We understand that by supporting you in your professional career, you will help our clients improve the quality of their lives and live at home for longer. We look for people who are passionate about care and have experience of care, which may be gained through caring for a family member.

You do not need professional experience to be successful as a live-in carer. We consider applicants for live in care jobs who have a personal experience of caring for a family member. Professional carers join us from a variety of background and various countries. The vacancies we have for live-in carers are based in the UK, however as well as recruiting carers who reside in the UK, we also recruit carers who reside in other parts of the world as long as they are eligible to work in the UK. An example of some of these countries include Spain, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Slovakia, Lithuania, Hungary and France. Many carers coming from different parts of the world share their time between working in the UK and enjoying their time off in their home countries.

The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.

Leading live in care employment packages

As a leading provider of live-in care services in the UK, we never use agency staff, all our live in care job vacancies are permanent roles for full time live in carers. We believe in exclusively employing the very best people. At The Good Care Group we:

  • Are proud to pay our carers above the new "National Living Wage", which is up to 20% more than the market average.
  • Pay you a monthly salary - job security and peace of mind
  • Manage all your tax and national insurance
  • Provide a full range of benefits including paid holidays, on-going training and development
  • Develop careers with industry-leading induction and on-going training
  • Support you 24/7 

The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.

Clear development pathway

You can really develop a career in care with us. Professional development culminates in achieving our Health and Social Care Diploma (replaces the NVQ qualification). And carers who excel in their roles can apply for supervisory or managerial roles too.

The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.

Protecting your wellbeing

The most important thing for us is matching you well with a client in terms of their needs, personality and lifestyle preferences.

We believe in shorter, more flexible rota patterns to ensure your personal well-being is protected. You are entitled to a daily break of two hours in a 12 hour shift period and the care plan will determine when during the day to take these. They’re likely to coincide with the client’s rest time or when friends and family visit. Otherwise a relief carer will come to the client’s home to provide you with cover.

The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.

Dedicated care team in your area

Your dedicated, regional management team, led by a regional care manager and supporting co-ordinator, provides unrivalled levels of support. This means you have someone there to introduce you to your client on day one and who continues to provide you with unprecedented levels of supervision, coaching, mentoring and support to ensure you feel you can deliver the very highest standards of care to your client.

We understand how challenging it can be to work in a remote part of a community, so we ensure that you build relationships and receive daily support and advice from your managers. Your dedicated regional team will only manage a small number of client placements, far less than our competitors – you are never left to cope alone at The Good Care Group.

The team provides regular face-to-face meetings and supervisions to ensure the home care you deliver is the very best it can be. We also ensure our professional carers meet up with each other regionally through on-going training sessions, so a sense of team and community is established and maintained.

The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.

Supporting our live-in carers through technology

Each professional carer is provided with an email address. We take a flexible approach to mobile communications and either provide you with a mobile phone or a contribution to your own mobile phone contract. This allows you to stay in touch with us and complete the functions of your role efficiently.

All our regional management team are equipped with iPads to enable them to complete all carer documentation efficiently, enable quicker response times to you and our clients as well as supporting compliance procedures.

We’re confident that this level of support is not offered by any other home care provider or agency.

The Good Care Group is an equal opportunities employer.

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