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Whether you’re an experienced carer looking for a new challenge, or you’re recently qualified and new to care, we are always looking for talented people who want to join the Starcare team.

Please click the links below to view the position details and to apply


Why Should You Become A Starcare Team Member?

At Starcare, we know that caring is a challenging and rewarding career. Our aim is to provide a compassionate, caring service to our clients, and a fulfilling, supportive work environment for our staff.

Benefits of joining the Starcare team include:

  • Paid travel time
  • Mileage allowance paid at 32p per mile
  • Opportunities to gain recognised qualifications
  • Full induction programme
  • Ongoing training and support
  • 5.6 weeks of annual leave
  • Free DBS check
  • Full uniform
  • Flexible shift patterns to suit your lifestyle
  • Career progression

The Care Assistant Role

What is it?

Care Assistants support people with all aspects of their day to day living, including social and physical activities, personal care, mobility and meal times. Care Assistants can work in care homes, people’s own homes or the community, and can support lots of different people including adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, dementia and other mental health conditions.

What might the role involve?

Your role might involve:

  • supporting people with social and physical activities
  • accompanying people to appointments
  • helping with personal care such as showering and dressing
  • assisting people with eating and drinking

What skills do I need?

Everyone working as a Care Assistant needs a good standard of English, as well as numeracy and digital skills. You will need to be a self-starter, as well as able to work as part of a team.

Additional skills required to be a Care Assistant include:

  • organisational skills
  • good listening and communication skills
  • the ability to understand and follow policies and procedures
  • good writing skills to fill in care plans

About Starcare

Starcare prides ourselves on being one of the UK’s leading care companies, providing quality homecare across Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Merseyside. We provide personal care to over 500 service-users, helping them to live independently and stay in the comfort of their own homes as long as possible as well as managing six Extra Care housing schemes. We currently suppport over 11,000 visits per week and this is growing due to our continued success.

Starcare is passionate about helping those who need care and support to live better lives. We want to make a real difference to our service-users and their families, treating every care experience as though we were looking after one of our own family and ensuring that we provide a high level of ‘continuity of care’ to our service users with the same teams, where possible, visiting service-users on a regular basis.

At Starcare we offer flexible care and support that focuses on understanding what is important to the individual and knowing how we can make a real difference to them, and those around them. We also train our teams in specialist areas like Dementia to help them offer greater support on visits.

Committed to providing quality care and support, Starcare has a dedicated management team with extensive training and experience in all aspects of the social care industry. We focus on recruiting the right people to deliver the care, and then ensuring that the team receive support and training so they can deliver excellent care on a daily basis.

Our team is full of brilliant carers, and when they want to progress in their careers within care, we support this by offering training programmes to help them develop towards senior carer, service support officer or head office positions.