Become a PillarCarer

We believe that the role of Carer is a very special one. It is a highly responsible and challenging career - it requires patience, kindness and inner-strength, and it is also one of the most satisfying and worthwhile jobs you will ever do.

At PillarCare we are always on the lookout for new personalities to join our team. Every service user is unique and each requires a Carer who too is unique. Through encouragement, kindness and support, our friendly, compassionate Carers enable their client to retain their independence and continue to live in their own homes, often helping to improve their quality of life. 

As a domiciliary Carer your role may consist of assisting your client with mobility & personal care, it may require you to prepare nutritious meals or administer medication; every role is unique.

An important part of the role is providing companionship, and focusing on just one client allows you to build the trusting, respectful relationship which impacts so significantly on the lives of both the service user and you.

We invite you to join our team of excellent healthcare professionals, and develop your career under the leadership of  our friendly team. 

When you come to meet us we take our time getting to know you and what you want out of your career in care. If you become a PillarCarer you will develop your knowledge and training with our Gold Standard training development programme. Applicants must have the right to work in the EU.

Come make a difference – become a PillarCarer.


• Competitive pay
• Flexible working hours
• Free induction and mandatory training
• Opportunity to achieve Level 2 or 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care
• 24 hour support and regular contact
• Free specialist training

Current Vacancies

Live-in/Hourly/Weekend HealthCare Workers

We are looking for experienced live-in and hourly Carers to providing exceptional support and care to our clients with a range of daily living activities, including:


• Mobilising & Medication
• Shopping/Cooking
• Light domestic tasks
• Conversation & Companionship
• Respite


You will have:


• Professional experience of at least 2 years, working in the Care or Medical sector
• NVQ Health and Social Care – Level 2 or 3 (desirable)
• Fluent written and spoken English
• Entitlement to work in the UK
• Patience, kindness and a caring attitude


In this role, you will be required to work in line with our Policy and Procedures and to meet and maintain CQC requirements.


To apply please email your contact details along with your CV to Alternatively, complete the Contact Form provided and we will get in touch.

Contact Form

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