A company that cares for you

We are a growing company who have been providing care at home for 30 years. We care about our staff and this is reflected in our working conditions and we fully recognise that our staff are our greatest resource. We have been accredited with the Investors in People award since 1999 and were recently awarded Bronze level.  Our training programmes are second-to-none and tailored to your individual role’s responsibilities. We can also offer opportunities for Volunteering, Apprenticeships and Gap Years.

Hear from our staff on why they love working for us.


Flexible Working Hours

As a care company we are “open” seven days a week, every day of the year including bank holidays, between the hours of 7.00am to 10.00pm. We need people who can work at various times between these hours either on a full or part-time basis, including alternate weekends and evenings. We can arrange your work pattern around your availability.

For part-time work we require a minimum commitment of 16 hours a week (to include working alternate weekends). Evening-only or weekend-only care work can be arranged to suit individual situations. Waking nights and sleepover shifts are from 10.00pm at night to 7.00am.

Good Rates of Pay

We offer very good rates of pay. You are paid for the time you spend with each client with higher rates paid for weekend work. Your own transport is required but we give you a generous tax-free mileage allowance.

Training

We recognise the importance of training all our care staff to the highest professional standards to ensure, not only your safety and well-being, but also that of our clients. You will always be paid for any time that you spend in training. See more details about our Training Programme here. 

Uniform and Equipment

We supply everything you need to do your job at no cost to you including: SMART phone, uniform, protective apron, gloves, hand gel, fob watch, torch, personal alarm and identity badge.

Professional Development and Career Opportunities

If you do not already hold a Diploma or NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care we will encourage you to work towards this once your probationary period has ended. In-house training courses for your further development are run on a regular basis and your manager will work with you on this. You can ask for additional training in any areas that you might like to specialise in.

Career Opportunities

With experience and qualifications there are a wealth of opportunities at Candlelight for your career progression:

  • Senior care worker
  • Regional care and support worker (guaranteed hours)
  • Reablement care and support worker (some areas)
  • Assistant care staff manager/ assessor
  • Care staff manager
  • Care coordinator
  • Managerial positions

Want to work with us?

Click here for our Current Vacancies or contact us now to kickstart your career with Candlelight Care. 

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I want to say how grateful I am for all the help you have given to make me feel better. You are wonderful.

Mrs B
Frome, Somerset

It’s so nice to have the same girls regularly, I feel so comfortable with them.

Mrs M
Shepton Mallet, Somerset

We have had nothing but wholehearted support from your carers that we’ve worked with for Mum’s care.

Mrs B
Radstock, Somerset

I would like to express how delighted we are with the excellent services you have been consistently providing. Thank you.

Mr G
Street, Somerset

Your Client Care Plans are very comprehensive and provide us with lots of useful information. Thank you.

Therapy Team
Yeovil District Hospital

Thank you all for the amazing care you took of my dad. I feel very blessed to have found such a good care company.

Mrs H
Poole

I shall certainly recommend you to my friends. At a stressful time, your help has been very much appreciated.

Mrs M
Bradford-on-Avon

The carers are always cheerful and I always feel good when they have been to see me.

Mr. P
Wadhurst, E Sussex

The service I receive has always been very good and my life is made much easier by it.

Mr C
Wells, Somerset

We look forward to the four visits we receive each day. The carers are always cheerful and make us laugh.

Mr H
Westbury, Wiltshire