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ABOUT US

Our Origins – Egalité was founded in 2007 by our family to support a small group of young adults. Over the years we have grown…

MULTI AWARD WINNING

Egalite are a multi award winning service. We have achieved a number of awards highlighting and recognising the quality of our services. 2021 – Covid-19…

WORKING WITH EGALITE

Could you be part of an Outstanding team? Egalite are a multi award winning family based domiciliary care and supported living agency who are rated…

WORKING WITH EGALITE

Could you be part of an Outstanding team?

Egalite are a multi award winning family based domiciliary care and supported living agency who are rated by CQC as Outstanding.

We continue to look for new team members.

We have a strong commitment to staff training, and never forget that our staff are our greatest asset.

Current Vacancies

Support Worker

We are looking for Support Workers to join our team. The pay starts at the National Living Wage of £9.50 for those new to care but for experienced carers is up to £10.70 plus enhanced rates for unsocial hours.

The ideal candidate will be familiar with the demands and rewards of supporting people. However, if you are a caring person, willing to learn and demonstrating a genuine interest in developing your own skills in this field of care, then we want to hear from you.

Maybe it is time for a change of career? Have you transferable knowledge and skills. Come and talk to us to find out what a career caring for others has to offer, you may be surprised by the opportunities and career development available.

A full Driving Licence and access to a vehicle for use at work would be preferable not essential

We offer a wide range of company perks including a great rates of pay, including unsociable hour enhancements and paid travel time and mileage at work

Further information

Interested in joining our team?

If the answer is yes, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you. Please download and complete an application form – the link to this is below, and send it to us with your full CV.

Don’t worry if you can’t print an application form, just let us know and we can post one to you. Please give us a ring on 01903 214498 or complete the contact form below.

All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check which will be required prior to appointment.

Because we support clinically vulnerable clients, PPE is essential in helping to stop transmission of COVID-19 from client to staff and vice versa. Therefore, currently all staff regardless of their role, are required to wear a face mask plus other PPE.

Please download an application form – CLICK HERE

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Our Services

We offer a wider range of services from just a few hours to help you stay independent to more intensive packages of support. We can help with meals, accessing the community, medication and personal care or more complex health care needs or dementia care

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YOUNG ADULTS

Offering a range of support for adults from 18 years old.

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CARE AT HOME

We offer care to meet a variety of needs in your own home including Self Care including personal care Home health care Household assistance Companionship…

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SUPPORTED LIVING

We provide accommodation-based support to small groups of younger adults, usually 4-5 people. This type of support is referred to as Supported Living. The individuals…

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check below for questions we are often asked

Do we offer our services in your own home?
We can support you in your own home or in the community if you want help getting out and about. Support is for a minimum of 1 hour up to 24 hours a day.
Do you offer accomodation for young people ?
We don't have any residential care homes but we do provide supported living services.
How much help do I need. What will it cost?
Before providing any support we will come out and visit you to assess how we can help and agree a plan with you.
Will I have a stranger turn up to support me?
No, we will always ensure that the person visiting you is someone who has been introduced to you and had an 'induction' so they know what support you need.
Do you offer respite care?
We can offer a wide range of care and support including short term live in care to enable your main carer to have a break.