Live-in care jobs

When you become a live-in carer with Active Care Group, not only will you provide people with the care they need, you’ll also gain a terrific new job with a wide array of benefits, and a new best friend in this unique role.


Live-in Care Jobs

When you become a Live-in Carer with Active Care Group not only will you provide people with the care they need, you’ll also gain a terrific new job with a wide array of benefits, and a new best friend in this unique role.

Become a live-in carer, no experience needed.

We always want to talk to people who are passionate about helping others. If you’re interested in starting a career in care watch our video to learn more, or apply today.

Play a key role in someone's life with our live-in care jobs.

As the UK’s leading provider of complex care we’re currently supporting thousands of families to live safely and independently at home with our live-in care service. For many of our customers, the ability to remain at home surrounded by their loved ones is all they ask for — and you can play an incredible part in enabling that.

As a live-in carer, you’ll support your service user with personal care, household chores and general day-to-day activities. You’ll provide a constant source of companionship and support, whether it’s simply a chat over a cup of tea or enjoying their favourite TV show with them. After all, it is these moments that often make the real difference.


Join the UK's leading provider of complex care by applying today!

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What does a live-in carer do?

As a live-in carer you’ll be providing specialised care to service users with an acquired spinal chord injury or acquired brain injury. We’ll place you at the heart of the services and design bespoke packages of care around users care needs and personal preferences. You’ll deliver one-on-one support to people within their own homes, helping them with personal tasks and activities, so they can live an independent and active life. It’s all about building meaningful relationships that last a lifetime, helping people live the best life possible.


As a live-in carer you'll be someone's lifeline and best friend, providing them comfort and daily support.

Personal care

Sometimes you'll have to help our services users with daily activities such as bathing, dressing and brushing their teeth.


You'll support our service users with the administration of medication as and when required as in their care plan.

Running errands

Accompanying service users on their errands such as the weekly shop, helping them to be as independent as possible.

Meal preparation

You will help with the preparation and cooking of meals, this is a great way to bond with your service user.

Domestic duties

There will be times where you'll be required to carry out basic domestic duties such as laundry, washing cutlery and vacuuming.

Mobility assistance

Some service users will require assistance getting around, you'll be there to support them helping them when needed.

Clinical support

You'll be supported by a multi-disciplinary team including therapists, nurses, psychologists and doctors.