WITH a recession once again crippling the job market in Spain, many expats have been left without seasonal or permanent work.

Some have been separated from their families in the UK and are uncertain on how to make ends meet. 

Helping Hands, a family-run care business, who was voted UK’s Best Places to Work 2018, want to offer expats an opportunity to visit their families and regain some financial stability. 

Care work is a rewarding and diverse job that allows for flexible work placements and, with Helping Hands, in-depth training and extremely competitive pay. 

Helping Hands has been running regular carer assessment events on the Spanish mainland for several years managed by their Spanish-based recruitment team.

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Lead Dementia Care Specialist, Jayne Vale, has worked for Helping Hands for over 16 years and heads up their recruitment training Spain is really keen to meet with anyone with a passion for joining the care industry as a live-in carer to come and work in the UK.

“There really isn’t a better time to start your career as a live-in carer at Helping Hands Home Care where you will enjoy the flexibility of working in the UK while residing in Spain,” she said. 

 “We see our overseas carers as part of our family and we constantly have amazing feedback from our customers about how supportive and empathetic their carers are.

 “Carers from abroad have been coming to Helping Hands for a number of years, and we are very passionate about continuing this. The diversity of our workforce is something we take great pride in, and we are committed to supporting any of those with concerns.” 

With an assessment centre Fuengirola, Malaga anyone interested in working for Helping Hands can complete our assessment and selection course before coming to the UK to start work as a live-in carer. 

Helping Hands will then deal with all references and police checks before carers fly out to the UK.

For more information call Jayne on 07964464654 or 0034658521907 about the role and get the application process started.

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