Jobs and Careers in Care at Care Wyvern

Home Care Worker Mornings – Work 9 days across a fortnight and get paid for 10!

Home Care Worker Mornings – Work 9 days across a fortnight and get paid for 10!

Morning/Day Shifts (0700 – 1400)

Hourly Wage: £9.00 – £9.10 including the bonus 10th day (or £10 – £10.11 for the 9 days worked)

This new way of working has been launched by Care Wyvern to help staff gain an improved work / life balance. Staff are required to work between 0700 – 1400 on 9 fixed days across a fortnight which will include 2 weekend days to qualify for the bonus paid day.

A career as a Home Care Worker is incredibly rewarding and fulfilling as you undertake a job with a real purpose – to assist other people making their life a little easier.

The role requires you to help our clients in their own homes with daily tasks such as personal care, meal preparation, medication support, domestic help, shopping & outings in the community, whilst at the same time maintaining their independence and dignity.

All levels of experience are welcomed, as we provide full training and support to all new staff. As you will be required to travel between clients homes you must have your own motorised transport.


  • Enthusiastic and reliable
  • Caring and considerate
  • Good communication skills
  • Reliable individuals
  • Previous experience of working in care would be an advantage
  • All positions subject to an enhanced DBS check


  • Continuous training and opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification
  • Company pension including an additional £500 employer contribution bonus for new starters*
  • Paid travel time between clients
  • Generous tax-free mileage rate
  • Experience is not essential as full training and on-going support is provided.

Please note, this position requires you to travel, so having your own motorised transport is essential for the role.

For more information call 01823 325554 or email

*          Terms of this new employee bonus apply and will be shared at interview

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