Click on on some of the questions below to find out more about working at SRS Care Solutions.

You do you not need any previous care experience to work for us. At SRS, we support you through training and shadowing until you are comfortable and feel confident to carry out your role. We are looking for caring, compassionate individuals with the right attitude who enjoy making a positive impact on people’s lives. 

You will be supporting a variety of adults within their own homes. We support a large range of clients, and you will always receive complete information about the clients you will be working with prior to visiting them. 

You can apply through our website for one of our roles in under a minute on our jobs page! Once you have applied and eligible, you will be contacted promptly by one of our recruiters for an interview. After this, we just need to do some compliance checks such as your PVG. This can sometimes take around a week, although once we have that back you can get started with your training right away. 

As an accredited wage living employer, we always pay above the Living Wage which often rises every year. Pay is monthly. 

We like to promote from within and encourage all our staff to progress within their roles and provide support and routes for them to advance their career further at SRS Care. We have many career advancement opportunities, from team leaders to coordinators all the way up to manager roles within the organisation. 

Yes, we offer flexible working hours that can suit your schedule. You can choose to work part-time hours or full-time hours. We have lots of shift patterns that may suit you including weekend/non weekend work, night work and more. 

Presently we prefer drivers due to many of our clients living spaced apart, sometimes in rural areas. However, it is worth speaking to your nearest branch as there may be shifts available for walkers.

Yes, all our training is provided in house for free by our qualified trainers who have years of experience within the care industry. We offer training for those new to care as well as refresher training courses.  

We offer a variety of support to our staff and our managers are always on hand to deal with any enquiries you may have. We also recently won an award for the mental health support we provide through the company.  

We have branches in Paisley, Livingston, Carluke, Hawick, Galashiels and Kelso. 

As a carer you will be supporting clients with a range of activities and tasks depending on their needs. These can include personal care, light household tasks, assisting them with mobility, medication reminders and accompanying them outside their households for social trips. 

Compassion, respect, patience, passion and professionalism are all great qualities that we look for in our carers.