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International Candidates PAUSED

We have paused our international recruitment. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING INTERNATIONAL APPLICATIONS. THANKS.


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Are you looking for caregiving employment in the UK?

No of your background or level of experience, you are welcome here at Divine Healthcare. The only thing that matters is that the care is given from the heart. You’ve arrived at the ideal location if you currently reside abroad and are looking for employment opportunities in the UK. Look at our international centres below to see if we hire citizens of your countries. Get in touch straight away if you are eligible to work in the UK and would want to provide one-on-one care for someone.

Our overseas facilities

At the moment, we are hiring in South Africa, India, Greece, Spain, and the Philippines. However, keep an eye on this place as we’re always seeking to expand and improve.

Our Global Recruitment Strategy

There are easy steps to follow on the way to working as a care provider at Divine Healthcare Solutions after you’ve selected the right opportunity and submitted your application.

Apply today

Apply via our website and begin your application.

Phone interview

One of our dedicated team members will conduct a telephone interview with you.

Virtual interview

We will host 30 min virtual interview with you.


We will conduct an assessment with you on the computer (Computer Base Assessment) Visa application process.

Visa application

We will submit your visa application to the UK government.

Booking your flights

We will guide you with your flight arrangements.

Meet and greet

Once arrive our dedicated team will meet you at the airport and take you to your placement.

UK in House Training

You will have a life in UK training and assist you what you will need to settle in quickly.

Begin your placement

We will ensure you are fully supported as you settle in the UK.

International job FAQs

Yes, a live-in carer lives in the customer’s home and is on-hand for the majority of each day. Most of our carers work for blocks of five to eight weeks at a time between breaks.
Yes, we ensure that all live-in customers are able to provide a separate room for you before confirming their care. In fact, before you are assigned to a placement, an assessor will go to the customer’s home to check that it is suitable for you.
During your placement Each live-in carer gets 14 hours of breaks from their customer each week, so you can take some time to yourself to unwind or take part in one of your hobbies. Each of our live-in care customers have individual care needs, so we review each care package on an individual basis to ensure that you can take the downtime you need, with suitable cover in place so the customer is not without care. Breaks between placements Live-in care placements are flexible and built around the needs of the customer. Most of them last for a period of weeks, and then you may take a long period of leave. As a live-in carer, we do ask that you commit to a minimum of three weeks to enable us to cover our shorter-term placements, not only to provide continuity to the customer, but to enable you to build a relationship with every customer you care for.

No, as we are a private home care company and not an agency, you will be employed directly by Divine Healthcare Solutions Limited. This means we recruit, assess and manage all of our carers, enabling us to keep your training up to date and have more control over your care arrangement to ensure your satisfaction.

Yes. Our carers are never left unsupported, no matter the time of day or night. If you need assistance in office hours, you can call your dedicated live-in care coordinator or field-based care manager. If you urgently need to speak to somebody outside of office hours, we have a dedicated 24-hour carer support helpline, which we’ll provide you with once you are on board.
Whilst the ability to drive might prove beneficial to your customer as you have more flexibility to take them out and about, a driving licence is not a requirement for live-in carers. If the customer still has a car, we often suggest that you are added to the family’s insurance policy, providing you have a full clean UK driving licence, or a driving licence from overseas if you are confident to drive in the UK.
A care plan is written by your manager during the assessment of each customer, detailing the medication, medical conditions and care requirements of the customer, so you have full instruction on the care you need to provide to your customer.
Yes. When a customer confirms that they would like to go ahead with live-in care, a member of our assessment team visits the customer to perform a risk assessment. The information from that assessment will then be detailed in the care plan.


For further information on any of the services that we can provide for you, please contact us in the following ways:

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