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Our Companionship Care Worker Roles

Enhanced Rate of Pay

Flexible Working

Develop & Grow

Extra Benefits



per hour*

What is a Companionship Care Worker?

Many people have barriers to accessing their community due to age, learning and physical disabilities. Having a Companionship Care Worker gives them confidence, keeps them safe and free from harm.  

Companionship Care Workers support people socially. Social support is very varied, and no two days are the same. Working in communities as well as in people’s homes, our Companionship Care Workers play a huge part in the everyday life of the people they support. 

Companionship Care Workers spend a minimum of three hours with their Service Users to help them achieve their goals and outcomes. 

Support to access an education

Breaking down barriers for social inclusion

Support to take part in community based activities

Getting out and about to appointments or running errands

Developing independant living skills

Assisting with walking, mobility and light exercise

Helping someone to maximise their potential

Monitoring the wellbeing of our Service Users

Life as a Companionship Care Worker can be extremely rewarding when you are making a difference to our Service Users. You are assisting them with their personalised care journey that is unique to them.


Companionship Care Workers will bring fun and excitement to the individuals they support. They will motivate our Service Users to lead a fulfilling and meaningful life by encouraging participation in things that are important to them. 

What do we look for in a Companionship Care Worker?

Simply put, we look for people that care! You will take pride in your role as a Companionship Care Worker to make sure our Service Users are supported to the highest standard. 

Adaptable & flexible 

Knowing your surroundings to maintain the safety of our Service Users 

Ability to see the bigger picture and understand the long-term needs of people 

Strong outcome focussed approach

Empathy and patience to build great trust and rapport 

Commitment and reliability

Energetic with an optimistic outlook 

No experience is necessary as we provide all the training you need within our inhouse Training Academy.

*Some roles require a full driving licence and access to a car will be essential. 

Having no background in care and being 55 years old a career change was daunting. I needn't have worried as all the staff are so lovely, supportive, kind and helpful from my co- workers to my Managers. I have to say how much I love my job and I am so grateful for the chance I was given to
work for them. They are a wonderful company to work for and their standard of care is so wonderful to be part of


Companionship Care Worker

I have worked for Alltogether Care for almost 2 years having previously been from a retail background. I wish I had made the change years ago. I love my job. It is hard work but the most rewarding job I have ever done.


Companionship Care Worker

My daughter needed support three days a week, and the girl we got has been absolutely brilliant. Brilliant social skills, gets on with everyone. 

She has really got to know my daughter and has helped her be independant. 

All the girls have been amazing going outings and getting her nails done. 

It has been a very positive experience for my daughter and my family. 

Service Users' Relative

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Our Commitment to You!

Alltogether Care has been awarded Grade 6 "Excellent" from the Care Inspectorate. What does that mean for you? It means you are working for a care organisation that are sector leaders. This coveted accolade is only awarded to care providers who deliver the best care and support possible. In the areas we support, Alltogether Care are the only private provider with these top grades. 



You can be sure your career with us will include exceptional standards are being met. We will support you, we will train you, we will guide you and we will supervise you to be the best you can be in your Companionship Care Worker role. 

We all live our vision of Work Together Care Together

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What makes Alltogether Care Services different?

We value all our employees, we look after their wellbeing and we want our staff to stay and grow with us.
When you join us, you will be working for a company that understand family values and having a good work/life balance. Contact us now and find out more about working for a company that cares for you!


Work for an Award Winning Company

Excellent Shopping Discounts

Company Pension Scheme

Enhanced rate of pay depending on length of service

Develop and Grow with us through our in-house Training Academy

Paid Milage

Access your pay your way. Instant access to the pay you have earned

Fully Funded SVQ (SCQF level 6&7)

Dedicated Supervisor Support

Flexible Working

Refer a Friend Scheme

Shadow Shifts to intergrate you into the team

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Checks we will do

Prior to joining our team we will complete some important pre employment checks. These are mandatory to joining the social care sector and are in line with the Care Inspectorate "Safer Recruitment" principles.

Enhanced PVG check

Contact your References

Eligibility to work in the UK

Frequently Asked Questions

What are my responsbilities as a Companionship Care Worker?

As a Care Worker you will be expected to register with the SSSC and abide by the standards and behaviours expected within the SSSC Codes of Conduct.

Where can I find the Companionship Care Worker job description?

What is the recruitment process and what can I expect?

Due to the number of applicants we may not be able to acknowledge your initial application if it does not meet the minimum requirement for a particular role. We will always endevour to acknowledge your application and if you wish to find out the status of an application you can contact our recruitment team on If your application has been sucessfully screened you can expect one of our team to contact you. Find out more about the recruitment process here.

What training will I receive?

All our candidates as part of the recruitment process must attend and pass a two and a half day induction programme, giving you a introduction to the company. For those who sucessfully complete our induction, our in-house training academy is always available to you throughout your continued journey with Alltogether Care. The academy is there to offer advice, support and encouragement to help your succeed in your role. 

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