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Come Work With Us!



Your day-to-day might include:

  • Accompanying people to appointments.

  • Assisting with personal care such as showering and dressing.

  • Assisting people to eat and drink.

  • Supporting people with their shopping.

  • Helping with medication.

What's most important is:

  • Your kindness, patience and compassion.

  • Good English, numeracy and writing skills.

  • Your ability to understand and follow procedures.

  • Strong organisational and time management skills.

  • Good communication and listening skills.

Care role is flexible. Hours are usually based on shift patterns, enabling you to find a work/life balance that suits you.

You can also benefit from:

  • Informal training & education.

  • Formal qualifications such as a Diploma in Health and Social Care (up to Level 5) or specialist subjects like dementia care, communication skills and team leading.

  • Training for topics such as dementia care, communication skills and team leading.

  • Opportunities to progress and develop in adult social care and specialise in a certain area or take on more responsibility.



Our company provides night sits which means more flexibility for whoever has responsibilities that prevent them from getting a day job. We are all different and we go through periods in life when we need to adapt and find different solutions to continue bringing a monthly income. If you have a kind heart and it is natural for you to care for others, and you are looking at topping up your income, we would like to offer you the possibility to do that. Contact us for a chat and we will do our best to meet your needs as one of our employee.

Contact us on 01284 330379 or you can email us on office@lifetreecare.co.uk


    Live-in care specialist 

Live-In Carers are employed to work within clients’ homes to provide a timely, flexible and complementary role over a 24 hour period to organise the household and personal care routine of the clients. The aim of this level of support is to enable clients to remain at home with as much independence as possible and to support the clients in achieving a good quality of life and improving their life outcomes. Clients’ personal preferences must be respected at all times. Live-In Carers must carry out the tasks in a professional, discreet and caring manner whilst respecting the clients’ dignity, privacy, property and confidentiality. Live-In Carers provide personal and practical care and support services for clients with a wide range of illnesses and disabilities in their own home.