Agincare - Care And Nursing Home Care Assistant

Location: Various locations
Job type: Part/Full-Time
Salary: Competitive



We are a family-owned business that has provided reliable and professional care since 1986. We pride ourselves in putting the person first and fully understanding the needs of each individual, ensuring a good fit between care worker and customer at all times.

We are one of the largest care groups in England with over 3500 staff. There will always be support for the job you do, from our head office to your fellow care staff.

We also provide you with full training so that you are equipped with nationally recognised qualifications as you embark upon, and progress your career in care.

Working as a care assistant in one of our care or nursing homes involves a variety of duties. These range from responsibilities such as washing and dressing residents to helping with everyday tasks like paying bills and providing emotional support and companionship.

Care assistant job description

Some of your duties will include:

  • Personal care – help to get up or going to bed, washing, bathing, dressing and going to the toilet
  • Supervision of medication – overseeing when medication is taken (training will always be given according to the customer’s care plan)
  • Companionship – offering emotional support, making conversation, keeping one another company
  • Social interaction – this can include helping residents take part in leisure activities, games, and day trips

Often the types of duties you will undertake will be resident specific after all everyone has different needs and our person-centric approach places huge importance on getting to know our residents.

Prioritising a resident’s well-being and quality of life is something that we are truly proud of. We believe in all our people, and empowering our staff to put a person’s care needs first, is what excellent care is all about.

As a care assistant, you will work directly with residents. Getting to know the person you are caring for and understanding their needs enables you to nurture your relationship with them, this is the very foundation of good care provision.

Even without experience as a care assistant, if you have the passion to care for others, we will ensure you have the right training for your role. We will offer you full support as you embark on a rewarding career that will make a difference to someone’s quality of daily life.


What does it take to work in one of our care homes?

  • A desire to care for people and improve their quality of life
  • High standard of English language – written and spoken
  • Strong communication skills with a patient and considerate nature
  • The right to work in the UK
  • Passing required DBS checks
  • Approachable and supportive demeanour

What do we offer our care assistants?

  • Above-average pay rates for the sector
  • Contracted hours
  • Flexible working – we can work around you!
  • Pension contributions
  • Long service bonus
  • Excellent career progression
  • Free meals on full shift
  • National Health Discount Scheme, offering up to 60% off high street names
  • Discounts offered by the Blue Light Card
  • Employee Assistance Programme with access to medical, financial and emotional support
  • Supported training provision
  • Free DBS
  • A voice to share your ideas to improve and develop the service
To apply, please email with the job title in the subject along with your CV.