Why work with us?
- Being a Carer is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do
Everyday you will be making a difference to the quality of life for a person in our community and supporting them in their wish to remain living in their own home.
- Flexible working hours
One of the biggest benefits of working as a Carer in the community is the flexible working hours. Whether its finishing in time for children’s school collection times, or working weekends while studying, we have schedules to suit your life commitments.
- A range of benefits
- Very competitive pay rates Monday to Friday
- Incremental pay scale based on years of service
- Premium hourly rates for evenings and weekends (Evenings €15, Saturday €17, Sunday €20 and Bank Holidays €25)
- Free uniform (two tunics and a summer polo shirt when you start with us)
- Free manual handling courses
- Free garda vetting
- Free PPE – We are committed to providing a safe working environment for our staff. All Care Staff are provided with the highest standards of PPE.
- Education and Training Support
- Free Savings Scheme
- Bike to Work Scheme
- Paid holiday entitlement
- Free Employee Assistance Programme – Free 24-hour phone support, providing legal and medical advice for you and your immediate family.
- Mental Health and Wellbeing – Free professional counselling sessions provided to Care Staff for any work-related issue.
- Our Office Team understands the caring role as they started as Home Carers
As 75% of our Office Team members have experience working as Home Carers, you can rest assured that we understand the caring role and we are here to support you.
- We are a non-profit organisation
Being a non-profit organisation means that we are actively working to benefit the people we care for, and our community. We exist to change people’s lives for the better. We do this through empowerment and advocacy, building positive relationships for fairer access to funding and services. Being a non-profit means that we also go the extra mile in very practical ways, like making sure a Carer is waiting for someone living alone returning from hospital, just to make sure their home is warm and that there’s fresh food in the fridge. Or the simple action of providing a gift to someone isolated and alone at Christmas. These simple caring acts demonstrate our commitment to the people in our community.