We welcome EU applicants who share our values. If you’re looking for a rewarding job in care please contact us today or upload your CV in English. Thank you.
As a Support Worker you’ll be supporting others to enhance their life experiences, enjoy independent living at home or with others they feel comfortable with. Promoting and supporting their independence is a privilege and extremely rewarding.
We provide high quality support services in peoples own homes and supported living accommodation. We have a network of branches and we’re expanding all the time thanks to our reputation for providing excellent care. We’re very proud of our support teams who deliver these high standards daily to every client. So if you’re committed to helping others fulfil their potential have a positive attitude and want a job with lots of variety, get in touch today!
Many of the people we support like routines in their lives like when to get up and when to take their medication, that’s why we can offer guaranteed full-time, part-time, night shifts and weekend working options. This flexibility enables us to provide the best possible service to the people we support and our staff appreciate there’s a structure for their working day too.
As part of our team, you’ll enjoy spending time and build relationships with people you’ll support, their families as well as your network of colleagues and other health and social care professionals.
Everyone who works for Alina Homecare is valued. Our pay is competitive and we offer enhanced rates for weekends, nights and sleep-ins, paid holidays and the opportunity to earn more as you develop your career with us.
We offer many additional rewards too! Enjoy exclusive access to discounts on everyday and luxury brands as well as car leasing deals through our employee recognition scheme and generous bonuses if you refer friends and family who then join us.
Support workers are natural communicators. You’ll be trained in our exclusive classroom-based Alian Homecare Academy and learn new skills alongside experienced and knowledgable co-workers.
You’ll be encouraged to attend our many specialist training courses such as epilepsy awareness to further increase your knowledge and career with us. Supporting other people can be a life-enriching experience, improve your practical and problem-solving skills and help your own development.
We’re very proud of our high quality services delivered by our trained teams which bring a positive impact every day to the people we support. We know this as the Alina Difference!
Contact us if you have an emergency related to an elderly or disabled person living at home, are concerned about a friend, relative or yourself coping at home alone, need to chat through care options, or are after general information and advice.