Working as a Live in Carer
Being passionate about supporting and enhancing the lives of others
Notaro Live in Care is part of a large family business. They have over 30 years experience in delivering excellent care and support across a multi service platform.
We have been recruiting, developing and promoting staff for many years and have spent a lot of time and effort developing the enviable training culture we have today.
To become a Live in Carer you need to ask yourself the following questions; Are you passionate about care? About supporting and enhancing the lives of others? Are you able to listen, empathise, show understanding, even in the most challenging of circumstances? Do you have a sunny disposition that will bring a smile to others?
If so, these are the very building blocks required of a live in carer that make a real difference to the lives of our service users.
If you were to ask one of our carers, why do you do what you do, they would say? “I really enjoy enabling others to remain as independent as possible in their own homes. I gain self satisfaction from helping others to live life to the fullest.”
Each successful application undergoes extensive background checks, which includes enhanced DBS checks and three satisfactory references from previous employers prior to any formal job offer.
You will be regularly supervised and observed delivering care in the homes of our service users by a senior member of the team. We will always ask the service user’s permission in advance if we plan to undertake an observation in the home.
Doing the supervisions allows us to monitor the quality of care and support that our service users are receiving. In addition it is also to see if there are any training requirements for our carers. We greatly appreciate our service user’s cooperation in helping us to maintain and improve upon the standards of service we deliver.
What are the benefits of working as a Live in Carer….
Working for Notaro Live in Care as a carer is a very rewarding role that delivers real job satisfaction. There are also other benefits to becoming a carer and we have listed just a few below…
- Help with training, including distance learning opportunities, mandatory training and NVQ/QCF’s
- The chance to travel the UK whilst working and using this opportunity to explore the British Isles during your time off
- Flexibility – to fit in with your family or own personal circumstances
- Flexibility of working a minimum of 1 week to a maximum of 6 weeks before having a week off
- Accommodation and full board whilst on assignment
- Continuity of care, you could really get to know your clients and return to them regularly