Start your career in home care

Find out how to become a carer.

A career in home care is hugely rewarding. You'll become a professionally registered practitioner who'll provide a lifeline to vulnerable residents in East Renfrewshire.

Our trained home carers deliver a vital service, which enhances the quality of service users' lives, including administering medication, supporting with personal care tasks and using specialist equipment.

If you're a compassionate individual who has what it takes to make a difference to people's lives and support them to remain independent at home in their own community, then start your career in home care today.

Register your details to become a home carer.

No previous experience or qualifications are necessary. All training will be provided by our in-house training team to give you the skills and confidence to enable you to succeed.

You must be legally entitled to live and work in the UK to apply. Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, we are required to see documentation confirming this  Proof of your National Insurance Number (NI card, HMRC letter) and a full British birth certificate or a Passport issued in the United Kingdom or other documentation issued by the UK Border Agency will suffice if you are offered employment.  

Working with us

Our home care service is delivered 365 days a year. Working on a 4 days on / 4 days off basis, we have contracts available of 17.5 or 35 hours per week covering evenings or a combination of mornings and evenings.

If you're not able to commit to a regular work pattern, then please still get in touch, as we can discuss how you could potentially join our bank of staff, who cover absence within the service when the need arises.

The hourly rate starts at £11.85. Enhancements are paid for weekend and evening working. Working with us, you'll also receive generous annual leave entitlement, access to the local government pension scheme and a range of attractive benefits.

Working as part of our team of carers, you'll deliver care and support within local areas across East Renfrewshire.

What happens next

Within 3 working days, a member of the team will be in touch and you'll be emailed a link to complete an application.

Providing you're successful you'll then be contacted to attend an interview and asked to complete Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) membership scheme paperwork. This will allow us to check for any criminal offences, which must be disclosed in advance.

East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP)

East Renfrewshire's Care at Home service is delivered by East Renfrewshire's Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).

The HSCP is a partnership between East Renfrewshire Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. A key priority of the partnership is to ensure that the care and support we deliver enables people to remain safe and supported in their own homes and communities.

Last modified on 16 August 2022