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What are the benefits of being a private carer?

The need for reliable and compassionate care in the home for the elderly is continually on the increase. We want to provide all those who need help and support with the best possible service and the best possible carers to do this very important job.

With 50 years experience of matching the right skills and personalities to our clients, our carers make all the difference to other people’s lives.

Some of the benefits of being a private home carer

  • Flexibility

You have the choice of when and where you work, enabling you to build your hours around your family, commitments and general lifestyle. We plan your rota around your availability a month in advance.

  • Teamwork

As a family business, we work as a team. We like to look after our carers as much as we do our clients. We consider you as part of this family and are always available to talk to you should you have a problem or some concerns.

  • Being Valued

Our carers are the backbone of our business and provide an invaluable service to our clients.  We think it is important that your wages reflect the quality of your service.

What our carers say

“It took me a while to have the confidence to give up my permanent job with the local authority, but I am glad I did. I now work fewer hours to suit my lifestyle and still earn a good living. The main benefit however is being able to do my job in a less stressful way knowing that I really am making a difference to someone else’s life. I would highly recommend anyone who passionately believes that elderly people should remain living in their own homes, to register with Bunbury. They treat their carers as they treat their clients with kindness, understanding and compassion.”

If you have the experience and understanding to make a difference, then we want you to join our team.
We look forward to doing our utmost to help you.

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Tarporley War Memorial Hospital

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