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Working for CAHG

At CAHG we always look to recruit likeminded people who are compassionate, caring and committed to delivering quality care to our clients in their own homes. We look for people who are passionate about improving the lives and supporting the independence of others.

We employ over 250 people across four branches in the North West dedicated to delivering care and support to over 350 clients.

CAHG a great place to work

We take pride in making Care at Home Group a unique place to work. We offer our employees flexible work to match their needs. We provide our employees with ongoing training and development helping them to grow their career and progress to the next step.

Reward and recognition scheme includes rewards at six and twelve months of service
Pay rates above £11 per hour
Holiday pay paid in addition to your hourly rate
Uplift payments for drivers, weekend working and bank holiday shifts
Regular confirmed rotas
Flexible working rotas
Cash rewards for referrals into the business
QCF funded training
Legends Awards
Employee of the month award
Monthly quiz with cash prizes

Commission scheme for new business

For employees who join CAHG we provide them with an opportunity to train and develop their skills enabling them to advance to more complex roles. providing them with free training in areas such as break away, ventilation management, peg feeding and tracheostomy care to name a few.

“I deliver the break away and restraint training for CAHG, this provided staff with the knowledge of how to keep themselves and service users displaying challenging behaviour safe in the working environment – Vicky Group Trainer”

What are CAHG looking for

We are looking for passionate people who share our vision of having a positive impact on our clients’ lives.

We want people with a burning desire to contribute to the community,
who want to make a difference,
make others smile
who want to help others improve their own lives in their own homes.
Who believe that Independence and Dignity belong to everyone.

If you have the above, then why not contact us now.

Our staff are the most important part of CAHG’s success, they ensure that we are able to continually deliver compassionate, quality, person-centred care and support to our clients and thereby enable them to remain in their own homes.

We try to offer all our employees the opportunity to have a career and not just a job by ensuring that they have continuous support, training, and development to help them progress their career. Alongside our frontline care and support roles of Seniors, Co-ordinators, Deputy Mangers and Registered Managers, we also offer a range of opportunities to join our ever-growing business support functions, from Recruitment, Marketing and HR to Training, Clinical Support and Management.

Care at Home Group are continually looking to find like-minded people who share our vision and values and passion to have a positive impact on our clients lives in their own homes and in the community.

Step into our shoes!

Tina Taylor

Tina Taylor

Quality and compliance assessor

I have been in the care industry for over 17 years, I started my journey as a community care worker with zero experience. From day 1 of starting, I knew id made the right choice to join the care sector, I am passionate about caring for people, its such a rewarding industry to be a part of, being able to make a difference to peoples lives every day.

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I joined Care at Home Group in November 2019 as the Registered Manager for the Wirral branch, before joining I met with the CEO Karl Jacobie and the Managing director Sharon Lindley and within minutes of meeting them I knew it was where I needed to be, they shared my passion and ethos for quality so I left my role as Registered Manager from my previous care company and my 15 year service to start fresh with a company that was just starting out in my area. In January 2022 my company gave me an opportunity I couldn’t refuse, to be part of the quality department for the group, It was hard letting go of a role I loved and had lived for 5 years but I had to grasp the opportunity and I’m so glad I did!

My role as Quality and Compliance Assessor sees me travel around the branches, I love being able to get to know the amazing teams we employ and offering my support and guidance to the Registered Managers. My role links into our central operations and I liaise on the review, creation and implementation of our governance, policies and procedures, I also carry out branch inspections to allow the registered manager to have an overview of their quality in line with the KLOE’s to enable them to feel confident in their service.

What I love most about my role is that I get to advocate for quality and positive change whilst still having the support function that I love, I love offering people support and guidance and I love working with like minded people who too have a passion for quality care.

Sandi Hughes

Sandi Hughes

Case manager

I started in domiciliary care in 2006 as I originally wanted to be a nurse. I worked as a carer until April 2020 and loved the job! By this stage my kids were old enough for me to progress further in my career so I joined the Care at Home Group in November 2019.

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In April 2020 I became a Quality Monitoring Officer. I loved my new role which included going out to meet new clients and completing assessments to ensure they received the care they needed. In February this year my role was changed to Case Manager, in this role I schedule rotas which I found easier than I thought due to knowing the clients already as I had assessed most of them. I love my role, even at the stressful times as the team I work with are brilliant and we all pull together.

My role now consists of assessments. Carrying out carer supervisions and observations, rotas along with taking phone calls and dealing with anything that comes in. I love working for Care at Home and have found a job and company that I enjoy.

Lucy Hurley

Lucy Hurley

Onboarding officer

I joined the Care at Home Group back in September 2021 as admin support with no previous care experience. After a couple weeks I moved into the role of Recruitment and Compliance Officer as I felt I was more suited to this role.
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Each day I check and other social platforms to book candidates for interviews. Potential candidates are interviewed, and successful candidates are booked for training. All the necessary documents and references are gathered and checked to ensure all new staff are fully compliant before starting work at Care at Home.

A typical working day for me includes checking my calendar for the any interviews planned for the day. I check emails for responses to queries and I respond to any candidates who have submitted applications. Once completing all interviews, I will evaluate the candidates on whether they are the correct fit for the role for which they have applied. I process the applications for all successful candidates, book them on training and start work on their compliance.

After that I will look at our candidate pipeline for each area and chase up any outstanding compliance documents or references to ensure our new staff can start working with us as soon as possible.

The Care at Home Group is an amazing place to work, I find my role to be varied, challenging and really rewarding, especially when we signed-off our candidates quickly and we are able to give someone a new job opportunity.

Tamsin Little

Tamsin Little

Deputy manager

I have worked in the care sector for around several years. I started my journey as a domiciliary care worker, working around my university degree. After which I went to work for a charity called Scope. supporting adults with cerebral palsy.
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I stayed with Scope for around 11 years. During this time, I supported the registered manager to run a 12 bedded residential home. My role as Team Coordinator allowed me to grow and develop and it was in Scope that I completed my Level 5 Leadership and Management. In 2021 I left Scope to become the Deputy Manager at Care at Home.

As a Deputy Manager no day is ever the same. I provide support to the Registered Manager and oversee the delivery of care to around 66 clients. Ensuring we always provide responsive, effective care. Sometimes the role can be challenging however it is always rewarding knowing that you and your team are making a difference to so many lives.

As a Deputy Manager you form many different roles, you step up in the absence of the Manager and work alongside Case Managers when they need support. You are out in the field and provide direct support when cover cannot be achieved. I manage compliance and ensure the office function always delivers expected at the standards.

I guide and train staff and provide advice and support when needed. I challenge bad practice and mentor Case Managers with difficult decision making. I recognise when moral is low and respond accordingly. I support the Registered Manager through internal and external audits ensuring we action any areas for improvement and support the service to grow and develop.

I thoroughly enjoy being part of the Warrington team and look forward to what the future holds.

Below is our Vision, our Mission and our Values. If you can relate to these and feel you could be one of the “like-minded” people we are looking for, then take a look through our current vacancies below and apply today or if you do not see the role you are looking for, why not give our friendly recruitment team a call anyway on 01744 371006 we are always happy to chat about your ideal role.


To have a positive impact on the lives of our clients.

We do not just want to support or care for people we want to impact their lives and help them achieve positive outcomes. We want to ensure that they can live an independent life, in their own homes and have the opportunity to can access and actively engage with their local community.


To Make our Clients Smile

We believe our mission in life is to bring our clients’ happiness and to put a smile on their faces Most of our clients have their own set of unique challenges that they deal with on a daily basis and if we can make them smile whilst they face these hurdles then we are better for it.



We only have one value; WE CARE. WE CARE about our clients; their independence, their happiness and their wellbeing. WE CARE about our employees: Their job satisfaction, their careers and progression and their work/life balance WE CARE about our partners: their engagement, their support and the delivery of our commitments to them





The recruitment process varies depending on the position you have applied for, below we have outlined the process that will generally take place, so you know what to expect.


You can apply online, by phone (01744 371006) or via indeed for one of our vacancies. Once you have submitted your application a member of our recruitment team will get in touch with you within 24 hours.


If your successful with your telephone screening, you will be invited to a formal online or face to face interview with your local branch. This will also give you an opportunity to meet members of the office team.


Once an offer of employment has been made and you have accepted, we will then begin our compliance process to ensure you are ready to work. The checks that we carry out include an enhanced criminal record check (DBS), full work history, referencing and eligibility to work.


The next stage of your journey is your 3-5 day training and Induction course. CAHG deliver various types of care including BLS, specialist complex care and CPI depending on your role.

Welcome to CAHG

Once you have successfully completed your training, you will meet your friendly branch team who will issue you with your Red Dragons Tunic and book in your shadowing shifts with an experienced Carer.


You did it what an achievement. Your probably wondering what’s next, well here comes the exciting bits of the journey. Your branch will plan in regular support meetings. Your development will be monitored, training opportunities will be made available. If you long for a career in care progression and opportunities will be made available through our “Grow your own footsteps programme”. When we said congratulations this wasn’t on completing your journey, this was on starting it.

Training and development

To ensure we are providing a quality service to our service users we put a strong focus on staff training and development.

At CAHG we firmly believe that our employees are our greatest asset, and our aim is to ensure that they all have the knowledge, skills, and experience to carry out their role to the highest of standards. All of our employees undergo training to national standards however we provide additional training to support our employees to positively progress in their career.

Our training

Prior to starting work with CAHG we provide full mandatory induction training, our training suit is designed with you in mind and combines online theory modules with face-to-face days to help us assess and support you with practical skills like manual handling, medication, and basic life support.

Further to this we provided our employees with specialist training to support them in providing quality care to our service users. We identify training requirements as part of our initial care plan assessments at this stage we will identify any clinical interventions that you will be required to carry out as part of your role.
Our specialist training is delivered either internally by our clinical team, externally by professionals already involved in our service uses care or we will outsource the required training. Our specialist training will combine theory and practical task to enable you to provide care to the highest standards.

All of CAHG training is aligned to the Skills for care, care certificate standard, which is recognised by the DHSC, NHS and CQC.

Nurse led training

Our registered nurse’s take clinical ownership of our clinical packages of care to ensure that we are providing the highest standards of care, they take ownership of informing our employees on national standards, best practice guidance and service user care plans. They also play a key role in training and completing competency assessments on our employees in all clinical aspects of the role.

Once our employees have completed training, they start the process of shadowing packages of care, our RN will support them to become competent in all aspects of quality care deliver to our service users. Our RN will sign off our employees for each clinical procedure. Our Rn will continue to provide ongoing support, training, assessment and sign off of clinical interventions to ensure that our employees are confident and competent in all clinical task and to identify if there are any further training needs.

For more information or to apply contact us on 01744 371006 or complete the enquiry form below.

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