As an AA Nursing Care Worker you will receive;
We pride ourselves on the reliable and trustworthy nature of our care team. Do you have the right qualities to join us?
Are you caring as a person?
Are you kind and patient?
Are you flexible?
Do you like to work flexible hours to suits yourself?
Are you looking for a career rather than a job?
Are you a good listener?
If you have these qualities why not consider a career in caring. Please get in touch with us to see what positions we have available.
Do I need to be over 16 to become a Care Support Worker?
Yes, the minimum age to be a Care Support Worker is 16.
Do I need qualifications to be a Care Support Worker?
Qualifications are not required.
What is the minimum hours I can do per week?
The minimum hours you could do is 25 hours per week.
Can I only work week-ends?
Yes, we do offer week-end work only.
What are your rates?
Rates will be discussed at the interview.
Can I be a carer for my relatives?
Because of a conflict of interest, we advise relatives not to be part of the Care team.
Are uniforms provided?
We provide uniforms free of charge.
Which area do you cover?
We cover the Bromley area (Penge, Beckenham, West Wickham, Grove Park, Mottingham) Orpington, Biggin Hill, Keston, Chesfield, Dartford.
Will I still be allowed to work if I have a criminal record?
Having a criminal record will not necessary bar you from working with us. This depends on the nature of the position and the circumstances and background of your offences.
"The reality is that with the demands of other clients and traffic congestion, no outworker care service runs to clockwork. Those times when the carers are running late, the AA Nursing Care office will phone us so we have the confidence that someone will be coming for Mum."