About our Business
Work as a Professional live-in Carer in the UK whilst keeping your lifestyle in sunny Spain.
The Good Care Group is proud to be the most awarded Live-In Care Provider in the UK and is rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission, one of only 2% of care providers nationally. Since 2009 they have continued to grow and have opportunities for international and ex-pat Carers with at least 6 months professional or personal care experience to join their growing team. They have a successful recruitment team based in Spain who can guide you through the application process and also hold an induction training course in Guardamar every month.
Having employed Carers from Spain for over seven years they have many people who have enjoyed rewarding careers. Professional live-in Carer Marion splits her time between Spain and the UK. She says “having worked in a variety of care settings over the years, its live-in care that’s by far given me the greatest job satisfaction. More importantly, I’ve seen first-hand how having the time to build relationships with my clients is central to enhancing their sense of wellbeing and happiness later in life. Live-in care gives me the opportunity to do what inspired me to care in the first place: making a real difference to an individual’s life as opposed to them just being another number on my to-do list.”
All professional Carers are directly employed by The Good Care Group and receive market-leading training. With a variety of rota patterns, flight contributions from Spain* and paid UK travel whilst in placement, their carers can get the best of both worlds; spending their time working in the UK and still enjoying valuable time off in Spain.
Typically shift patterns for live-in carers are "2 weeks on" and "2 weeks off" for those living in Spain, and this has proven to be an ideal working arrangement for many Spain-based carers. However, they have many other working patterns available to suit your lifestyle.
As all of the roles are for “live-in” care positions, your accommodation will be provided for the duration of your working time in the UK.
So if you have ever thought of extending your career as a carer, or perhaps you used to be in a medically related job, or if you have cared for a family member in the past and now fancy returning to the UK for fixed periods to care for others, and earning a good income whilst doing so, then this opportunity is not to be missed.