Work With Us

The care we provide is special. We provide tailored breaks for full-time unpaid carers in Surrey. An unpaid carer can be a family member or friend who provides round-the-clock care for loved ones in their own home.

As a professional carer, you will give the full-time carer a much-needed 3.5-hour break whilst you care for their loved one. The person you will be responsible for cannot be left unattended or alone, as they could be living with long-term illness, disability or health conditions.

Our carers meet with the same client week to week and we offer shift patterns from 7 hours to 35 hours per week – depending on the job role.

You don’t need to have any experience – just lots of compassion, enthusiasm and the desire to support people living with health issues in your local community.

Full training will be given and you will be required to complete an enhanced DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) to take on this role. Please apply via the link below.

Become a Support Worker

Care Worker duties can range from providing personal care and support in the home, to preparing lunch or taking clients out for the day to local parks and clubs. Our Support Workers care for a wide range of people of all ages, with various care needs. This may include physical or learning disabilities, life-limiting illness or other medical conditions.

As a Support Worker, rates of pay start at £12.36 to £14.67 per hour and a permanent contract for a minimum of 14 hours per week.

Full training will be provided with opportunities for personal development and career progression.

Become a Support Assistant

Support Assistants are not expected to deliver personal care or move clients, but you may be required to assist clients with taking their medication. In these roles, we actively encourage you to have fun and build professional relationships with our clients within their own homes and communities.

We offer £10.82 to £12.82 per hour for a minimum of 7 hours per week. Each visit can last up to 3.5 hours and will be local to where you live.

Full training will be provided with opportunities to progress your career in care.

Bank Support Worker

Looking to top up your income? Need something that works around your family commitments or children’s schooling?

We have morning, afternoon, evening, weekday and weekend shifts available.

We offer £12.36 up to £14.67 per hour, non-guaranteed hours.

Bank Support Assistant

In the role, you will take over the caring responsibilities for unpaid carers, we have shifts at weekends, evenings and during the week.

We offer £10.82 to £12.82 per hour, non-guaranteed hours.