Domiciliary Care Worker Jobs

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Domiciliary Care Worker Jobs

Here you'll find our latest Domiciliary Care jobs, CPD courses, resources and blogs.

Partnering with numerous outstanding Local Authorities, Care Homes, Mental Health Secure Units, and Private Care providers throughout the UK, our local expertise enables us to connect you with the perfect Domiciliary Worker position tailored to your preferred location. This encompasses a wide range of roles such as Domiciliary Worker, Home Carer, Community Care Worker, Respite Worker, Healthcare Assistant, and Care Coordinator.

Besides offering daily and long-term placements, we also recruit candidates for permanent positions and offer ongoing training and opportunities for Continuing Professional Development.

Here you'll find our latest Domiciliary Care jobs, CPD courses, resources and blogs.
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Which Domiciliary Care Worker jobs are you looking for?

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Respite Workers
Healthcare Assistants
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We are hiring for multiple Domiciliary Care jobs right now, including both flexible working with flexible hours, fixed term contract roles and weekend availability.

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What do our Domiciliary Care Worker say about us?

Marie Domiciliary Care
"I've been with Prospero for just over 2 years, never worked for an agency before, I love it, never without work, always busy, have worked with the most amazing clients along the way, very happy in my work."
Sue Domiciliary Care Worker
"Best choice that I have ever made was to come to Prospero team as one of their Dom Care Workers, great place to work plenty of work opportunities and a variety of jobs to pick up within the support services, gives you a chance to travel and explore different parts of the country and no day is the same. Great office, team, a real friendly environment to work in. I've also met and worked with some fantastic people."
Jamil Domiciliary Care Worker
"I really enjoy working at Prospero health and social great place to work, regular shifts and plenty of different places to develop skills and progress!"

Let us help find the right Domiciliary Care Worker job for you


How do I Register?

Registering with Prospero is easy. Simply register here 

What makes a good Domiciliary Care Worker CV?

Your CV is the first way you introduce yourself to an employer so it is important to use it to make a great impression. It needs to be clear, easy to read and relevant to the job you are applying for. We can always help point you in the right direction if you’re struggling with your CV with tailored help in getting it looking the best it can be.

What documents do I need to be considered for jobs?

When you become a candidate with Prospero, we will ask you to complete a full compliance check list and ask for a series of documents including:

  • Your original qualifications
  • Your original social work registration certificate
  • Scanned copies of your passport and any relevant visa documents
  • Professional and personal references are obtained at the time of appointment
  • These documents will be scanned and attached to your file for future reference.

We will also make Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks.

Do you take on newly qualified workers?

It is difficult for newly qualified social workers to become locums straight away due to the extra support that they require. This is not something that would normally be provided to temporary or contract staff.

Generally, you need at least 12-18 months’ local authority experience as a social worker after completing any period of protected workload and support, such as the ASYE.

How do I get paid?

We are aligned to a number of recognised umbrella companies and whichever one you join, you will receive pay on-time, weekly and directly into your bank account.
We also have the option of being paid through PAYE. However, being paid through an Umbrella company is more flexible as PAYE is tied to one day a week for you to be paid so timesheets must be submitted on time every week.

Any more questions?

Email the team and we’ll get straight back to you

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