Care Worker - Milngavie



Contract Type

Position Type


East Dunbartonshire

£9.50 + £1.15 per hour holiday accrual 


Full Time


The Role

We are recruiting for a Care Worker to work in the Milngavie area of East Dunbartonshire. Experience in the Care Industry is preferred but not essential as full training will be provided. Driving licence and access to a vehicle is essential for travel between service users.

Why Work For Us?

• Guaranteed Hours Contract (except for Bank/Relief staff)

• Free Uniform & Additional PPE

• The opportunity to work for Scottish Care's 2020 Provider of the Year

• Training and Development opportunities for your continuous personal development

• An opportunity to progress within a "Sector Leading " and Award Winning company

• Fast paced, dynamic company with a vision of expansion and growth

• An Equal Opportunities Employer

• An Employer that has Pride and Passion in the People they employ and support

• A "Real Living Wage" Employer

• A truly rewarding career within an organisation who value their dedicated staff

• Competitive Pay Rates

• Set rotas in a 2-week rolling rota so you always know when you are working, giving you consistent hours and maintaining continuity of care for our service users

• Full free Induction Training

• Paid Shadow Training with Experienced Care Worker

• Paid In-House Training once employed

• Refer a Friend Incentive - earn £50 for every friend successfully appointed

• Paid Holidays/Government Pension


This post is considered under as Regulated Work with Adults under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 and membership to the scheme is essential.

Preferred applicants will be required to become members of the relevant PVG scheme, or undergo a PVG scheme update check prior to offer being made by Alltogether Care Services.

On offer of employment candidates are asked to register within three months to the Scottish Social Service Council for Scotland.


The employment for which you are applying is excepted from the provisions of section4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Order 1975. applicants are, therefore, not statutory entitled to withhold information about convictions which for other purposes are "spent" under the provisions of the Act. In the event of employment any failure to disclose such convictions could result in dismissal or disciplinary action