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The Benefits

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Wellness and mental health support

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Career progress opportunities across Private HomeCare and Cpl

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FREE training to the value of €500 (terms and conditions apply)

support

Fantastic support from office, community and out-of-hours support teams

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Loyalty bonus for 3, 5 and 10 years service

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Earn up to €14 Monday to Saturday; and up to €18 on Sundays and Bank Holidays

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€150 for Carer of the Year, €150 for Special Recognition Award

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See what our carers have to say.

About Private HomeCare

We are Ireland’s longest established home care provider, established in 1989. Since 2011 we are part of the Cpl Group, one of Ireland’s most successful public companies. We provide homecare to HSE and private clients of all ages and all abilities, across Dublin and surrounding areas.

Responsibilities of a Home Support Worker
Each client has a tailored care plan, which will include some or all of the following :

  • Personal care
  • Light housework
  • Meal preparation
  • Companionship
  • Medication prompts

Requirements

  • Adults aged 18 and over are invited to apply
  • Must be kind and compassionate
  • Must be willing to be trained
  • Personal experience of caring counts
  • Own transport is not essential
  • Punctuality and reliability are essential
  • All potential candidates will be Garda vetted
  • Successful candidates will be required to produce an International Police Clearance Cert (applies to anyone who has lived outside of Ireland since their 16th birthday. This is a lengthy process so we recommend you start it now.)

Grow with Private Homecare

  • Opportunities within all departments of Private HomeCare and Cpl Healthcare
  • Personal training plan to match your career goals
  • Support 7 days a week from our expert and friendly team

Join our Home Care Assistant Team

We’re always looking for dedicated professional home care staff. Click on the button below to apply today.

For any queries on recruitment, please email [email protected]
or call
01 651 6115

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Current Home Care Job Vacancies

Blanchardstown

Walkinstown/Drimnagh

Tallaght

Ballycullen

Saggart

Leixlip/Celbridge

Palmerstown

What do Home Care Assistants Do?

Companionship, empathy and kindness are at the heart of what it means to be a Home Care Assistants. Home Care Assistants enable people to live independently in their own home.

Responsibilities differ for each client and might include some or all of the following:

  • Mobility – assist to stand, walk, transfer to / from bed and bathroom
  • Personal Care – wash, shower, dress
  • Nutrition – meal prep, shopping list, shopping, assistance to eat
  • Medication reminders – prompt only. We do not handle medications
  • Light Housekeeping – tidy up
For the 10th year running, Private Home Care (as part of the CPL group) has been recognised as a Great Place to Work 2023 in Ireland
Great Place to Work 2023
Best Workplaces for Women IE 2023

If you are new to caring, this infographic will show you the recruitment and training that you need, step by step as required by the HSE, QQI national training curriculum and Private HomeCare.

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Carer Training

How to find job in homecare with Private HomeCare Dublin

New to caring

If you are interested in joining the caring profession as a carer why not train with Private HomeCare? Our QQI courses are national standard accreditation training and are ideal for helping you to launch your career.

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Experienced Home Care Assistants

If you have experience of caring professionally or for a loved one at home, our Home Care Assistant training courses can help you to enhance your career.

Qualifications and Experience

To qualify to work as a carer, you must meet the standards of our national government body, the Health Service Executive body (HSE) by completing necessary courses: People Handling course & Children’s First course – find out more here

Screening

As Home Care Assistants are entrusted to go into homes and work with people, there are strict policies in place, for everyone’s safety.

We carry out Garda vetting and reference checks. Thank you for your understanding.

You must…

  • be resident in Ireland
  • have a relevant work visa if required
  • have a good command of the English language

People Handling course

The first step in this is a People Handling course. This is a one day course that costs €80. Anyone can sign up. There are no computers, no assignments, no work experience and no prep needed! It’s a demonstration and skills course only.
Training takes place in The Lucan Centre, Lucan, Dublin, which is well served by public transport.

Children’s First course

Children’s First is a compulsory course for all Home Care Assistants, even if you are not working directly with children. This is a free online course, offered by the HSE and takes only one hour to self-complete.

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For any queries on recruitment, please email recruitment@privatehomecare or call 01 651 6115
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Careers FAQs

As we are Ireland’s premier providers of home care, we are usually very busy. As much as possible, we offer you work in your locality. We also offer flexible hours to accommodate you as best we can.

The majority of our bookings take place during the day and early evening, across seven days. The minimum client time is 30 minutes. Home Care Assistants typically care for several clients in one day.

Yes. Your home location and mode of transport is taken into account when allocating bookings.

Rates vary depending on qualifications, experience and days worked e.g. Sunday, Bank Holidays.

Home Care Assistants are paid weekly, straight into your bank account.

Yes, you can start to work as a Home Care Assistant if you are committed to undertaking the necessary training. We require all new Home Care Assistants to attend our two day induction course. This is free to Private HomeCare approved Home Care Assistants.

Many carers enter the profession based on personal experience. This is very valuable and we welcome your application.

No. When we surveyed customers, their strong preference was for anonymity. However we do have guidelines for health and safety reasons. We also provide gloves and aprons if required.

We welcome applicants from all those interested in caring. If you don’t have experience, we can train you. Please contact us to learn more.