Walfinch - Job Opportunities

Be part of the career of the future.Contact us now.

Now is a great time to start a care career with Walfinch

  • The care sector is a great career choice, with over 105,000 jobs available now, and half a million more expected by 2035.
  • The government recently announced that it is investing at least £500 million to support the training and development of carers over the next three years.
  • The status of carers has risen as the public hails them as key workers.
  • WALFINCH IS RECRUITING! We are a growing company in a growing sector and we believe that a vital part of delivering top-quality care is looking after our carers.

Our carers get:

  • Better than care sector average pay – we pay more than the living wage.
  • We pay the majority of our carers mileage between visits (and aim to expand it to all).
  • Free prestigious training that exceeds the standards required by the care regulators.
  • Ongoing training to ensure your knowledge and skills are always up-to-date.
  • Training in specialist skills such as Dementia care, post-stroke rehabilitation and many more, so you grow your expertise.
  • The chance to climb the career ladder in a growing company.
  • Opportunities to meet new people with similar interests – we match carers to clients, so you’ll have interests in common.
  • Work as part of a friendly team in an inclusive workplace where fun is one of our values.
  • Local work – we have offices across the country.

It’s no accident that majority of our carers stay with us year-on-year. Join us and find out why!


What you bring to Walfinch

The right attitude is more important to us than previous experience or qualifications – though of course we value all the experience you can bring.

Experienced or not, we look for people who pass the mum test. 

When recruiting we always ask ourselves, “Would I like this person looking after my mum?” Only if we are confident that we would, do we continue with the recruitment process. That means if you come and work with us, your colleagues will be people like you – caring, compassionate, responsible, practical and with a great sense of humour.

You’ll need your own transport and driving licence, and you’ll be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks. We’re flexible and diverse, we have carers of all ages, genders, and backgrounds.

Be part of the career of the future.
Contact us now.

Our latest vacancies

PS: Know someone who would make a great caregiver?

We look for people who aim to deliver the kind of care they would want their own loved ones to receive, and we know that the best way to find them is by personal recommendation from people like you. 

We run a referral scheme that rewards you, and the person you refer, if they go on to become a member of the Walfinch care team. Contact your local branch to find out how!

What’s it like to be a Walfinch carer?

Walfinch carer Sam
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“My client Alistair has a great sense of humour and we have a laugh together." Sam used to be a bricklayer but says: "I fell in love with this job. It brings a smile to my clients' faces - and to mine.”
Walfinch carer Christelle
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“I visit Ken and Sheila daily, and it’s like meeting friends. We always have lots of laughs – and an occasional tear as we share life’s ups and downs. I came over from South Africa so Ken has taught me lots about UK culture – and plenty of Cockney slang!“

*The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. Care services in Scotland must be registered with the Care Inspectorate (CI). The Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) is an independent regulator of social care in Wales and The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) is the independent body responsible for monitoring and inspecting the availability and quality of health and social care services in Northern Ireland.