Sought after care jobs
Great rates of pay, award-winning training, and ongoing support with you day-to-day and your career in care. Join Corinium Care today and find out why we’re rated ‘Good’ by the CQC.
Many of our compassionate carers are from other countries such as South Africa and Zimbabwe. If you are based outside of the UK, head to our Overseas Candidates page to find the information you would be looking for to become a Corinium Care carer.
Applying for a live-in care job
Now, more than ever, we are seeking reliable individuals to help those in need of home care.
How the selection process works
All those looking for a carer job through Corinium Care go through a detailed selection process and must take part in our free one-week training programme run out of our head office in Gloucestershire. During that training period, our carers are closely assessed for their ability to work in such a sensitive role. Our Care Managers are able to get to know each new arrival and to build an understanding of their particular strengths. We seek to ensure that our carers have the personality and commitment essential to the wellbeing of our clients.
For further assistance please do not hesitate to call the recruitment team on 01453 839731.
Before we can process an application for live-in care jobs, we need to acquire three satisfactory responses from your referees. In the case of international referees, it is advisable to provide email addresses or fax numbers to speed up the application process.
Invitation to join our training course
Once we have received suitable references and approved your application, we will invite you to attend our induction and training course. This is a five-day course held once a month at our head office in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. Our luxury carer accommodation “Railway House Apartments” is also available at a heavily subsidised rate for our trainees.
We also provide regular refresher training courses throughout your career with us so you can be sure your skills will be kept up to date.
Please note that acceptance onto the Corinium Care training course does not mean your application to join our register of live-in carers has been successful. We will finalise your application to become a live-in carer after five days of interview, induction, training and assessment.
Before you arrive for your training week, we advise you to sort out the necessary documentation, such as National Insurance, work permit (for carers from outside the UK), and a UK bank account.
Read more in our Live-in carer FAQs.
Reviews from our carers
Great feedback from our carers on Glassdoor.co.uk and across social media.
If you are reliable, kind and compassionate, you could make a fantastic carer with Corinium Care.