Radfield Home Care is a national business, specialising in private home care for older people. We’re a forward-looking, award-winning business setting new standards for the quality of care in all our communities.
As a fast-growing, family-run business that’s changing the way people think about care, we’re always looking for people who share our passion. People who want to be part of a team that empowers others to live their best life for longer.
We’re proud to make it personal and be a bit different in the way we think and work. Our Caring for our Carers™ pledge is our unique, industry-leading pledge that sets out what everyone who works for us can expect from us.
From a welcoming, supportive culture that recognises and celebrates achievements, to transparent and fair remuneration and opportunities to develop your knowledge and skills – you’ll feel part of the family right from the start.
We invest in every member of our team and encourage everyone to improve their skills and knowledge in care, with plenty of opportunities to achieve vocational qualifications like Diplomas in Health & Social Care, to support you in your role.
We also make sure everyone has regular supervision and appraisals. We use these to work together and identify your personal goals and aims. Then we create a personal development plan to get you there.
One of the great things about a career in care with Radfield is that it can offer you real flexibility.
Being a Care Professional is a role that can grow and develop as you and your family do. It doesn’t have to be a 9 to 5 and many of our team like the fact that hours can be arranged to work with other commitments.
In fact, you can even start off working just a few hours a week, or evenings only and then add in hours overtime.
If you enjoy helping people and want to make a difference to their lives, then a career in care with Radfield could be just what you’re looking for.
Our amazing Care Professionals are roll-your-sleeves-up, supportive, positive, honest, warm and committed people. They’re the kind of people who know how rewarding it is to empower others to get the most out of life.
You don’t need any previous experience, and you’ll get all the training you need to start or grow a career in care. You will need a UK driver’s licence and access to a vehicle.
Our Care Professionals work with older people who still live at home and often need just a small amount of support. From taking them out and about to doing the weekly shop, medication support to personal and dementia care, it’s all similar to what you’d expect to provide for your own family and loved ones.
It’s a really special role you play. The people you support rely heavily on the care and assistance that you provide, as do their families and friends. For some older people living at home yours will be the only face that they see that day.