Our range of services covers everything from traditional domiciliary care to more complex needs like dementia, learning disabilities, palliative care and reablement.
As an organisation, we want to transform the sector, innovating new models of care which better support the people we care for, and our employees themselves. We’re achieving this through engaging with our clients and colleagues, encouraging open and honest communication.
The business was formerly known as Care and Share Associates (CASA). CASA was established in 2004 and operated as a social enterprise across the North of England for 14 years. In January 2019, we were reborn as Be Caring, with a set of bold values and a fresh approach.
At Be Caring, our culture is so important to us. We live and breathe our values, so kindness, compassion, and dedication are key qualities we look for in our future Care or Support Workers. If you have the right values, we will provide you with the training you need to be an outstanding Care or Support Worker.
Our 2023 colleague survey results show 91% of colleagues would recommend us as a place to work, contributing to an impressive Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 62 (NPS scores over 50 are regarded as excellent).
Be Caring is the UK’s largest employee-owned provider of social care. We provide community-based domiciliary care in the north of England’s largest cities; Liverpool, Manchester, Bradford, Leeds, Newcastle & North Tyneside.
At Be Caring, we are committed to fostering a positive work culture and promoting employee engagement. We celebrate achievements and reward colleagues through Long Service Awards, Above & Beyond Awards and an annual bonus.
You will provide care & support that protects people’s dignity, promotes choice, and supports people to live as independently as possible at home. All training is fully funded, and you will be paid for your time to complete the training.
We’re looking for kind and compassionate people to join our Learning Disabilities team in Tyneside. You will place dignity at the heart of the support you provide, maximising independence and building networks of support for individuals.
As a Palliative Care Worker, you will provide care that promotes choice and protects people’s dignity at the end of their life. As a Complex Care Worker, you will have previous care experience, and will be trained by our in-house Nurse.