Closing Date: Ongoing Pay: £10 - £11.50 per hour + £500 Bonus After Probationary Period Location: South Devon

Domiciliary Care Roles

Receiving highly competitive rates of pay of £10-11.50 an hour with a bonus of £500 after a successful probationary period.
View how you can start a life-changing career as a domiciliary carer today!

Domiciliary Care Roles

Awarded as ‘Best Homecare Service of the Year 2020 & 2021 by Prestige Awards, as well as Homecare Provider of the Year 2020, our domiciliary care is constantly evolving to provide outstanding care to our community.

Receiving highly competitive rates of pay of £10-11.50 an hour, alongside paid travel time, discover how you can work in domiciliary care whilst receiving many company-wide benefits, including:

  • Outstanding levels of pay – we recruit the best and pay the best.
  • Specialist training and career empowerment.
  • Flexible work patterns – winners of ‘Best Support for Mums’.
  • 24/7 on-call service to assist and answer questions whenever necessary.
  • A free full and comprehensive induction and training programme.
  • Hundreds of company perks, free of charge with Sage Employee Benefits, offering the opportunity to save thousands annually.
  • Free company mobile phone and uniform.
  • Contributory pension payments.
  • Ongoing career development.
  • Free or subsidised travel.
  • Paid travel time.
  • Modern holiday schemes.
  • Award winning support and leadership.
  • On-Demand GP (A doctor at the end of your phone).
  • Medication prescription delivery (via Sage Employee Benefits).
  • A bespoke EAP (employee assistance programme) to support mental welfare and wellbeing.

What is Domiciliary Care?

Domiciliary care, often known as home care, is provided to people living within their homes who require support with day-to-day household tasks, personal care, or activities they may find strenuous, allowing them to maintain their quality of life and wellbeing at home.

The care that we provide is personalised and tailored to our clients’ wants and wishes, ensuring they remain confident, happy and comfortable within their own home. From the beginning of their care journey, we learn about their likes, dislikes, wants, wishes and requirements, learning about how their want their care to be delivered.

Domiciliary Care Duties

A domiciliary carer can be responsible for a multitude of tasks, anywhere from simple companionship and domestic care to complex.

As a domiciliary carer, a driving licence is necessary as you are often required to drive between clients. Unlike many other companies, we recognise the importance of paying travel time as well as milage, ensuring that you’re paid for your outstanding efforts. A domiciliary carer’s duties include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Complex Care
  • Personal Care
  • Household Cleaning
  • Hydration Assistance
  • Meal Preparation
  • Medication Prompts
  • Support with Mobility
  • Running Errands
  • Companionship
  • Emergency Response
  • Help Getting Dressed
  • Social Inclusion

Our Training

Our dedicated in-house training team works diligently to ensure you receive the tools and knowledge necessary to excel in what you do every day. Personalising your training to your needs, our training department learns about your short and long-term goals, empowering your career in care. With no experience needed, we work closely with our staff members to ensure that they feel confident at all times. After your initial training, where you learn about our values and culture at CareYourWay, alongside the mandatory and complimentary training you may require, we work with you to ensure that you feel completely confident in providing care, a company training champion accompanying you to your care visits until you feel confident and comfortable. With our 24 hour on-call service, you’ve always a friendly member of our family-like team to talk to should any concerns, queries or questions arise.

We work very closely with our staff members to ensure that they provide outstanding levels of care, a standard we are proudly renowned for. After initial training, our HR department works closely with you to discuss any goals or aspirations you may have, organising a planned path forward of how, as a company, we can empower you to achieve that. Forming a personal development plan, focusing entirely on your wants and goals, we help you reach any aims or goals you may wish to achieve.

At CareYourWay, we prize a culture of inclusiveness and warmth, placing you in the centre of our company. Here, your word is paramount, as our teams all listen to feedback to empower both your role and our clients’ care, our employees often leading company-wide schemes, championing positive change within the industry.

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