Senius Care giving you complete control over your working life.

How it works

If you are looking for a career that will challenge your mind and help you feel fulfilled, look no further than care work. Helping people who need your assistance can be a rewarding and interesting experience. This career allows you to earn a living while also knowing you are making a big difference in the life of a vulnerable person.


How do I become a live in carer with senius care?

What’s the application process?

Our application form has been created to be as easy as possible. You’ll start by completing a short form , and should take around 10-15 minutes to complete.

If you look like a great fit for Senius families we help, we’ll arrange a short 10 minute phone interview with you, to get to know you better and answer any questions you may have about Senius Care , or what it’s like to be a self-employed live-in carer with us.

The next stage is to get to know each other face to face. If all goes well during your phone interview, you’ll be invited to book a 20-30 minute video interview through Zoom at a time that works best for you. At this stage you’ll also be able to start sending us your references and relevant documentation, so you can start creating your profile on the Senius Care Platform. 

To start your application process, visit apply now.  

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To join Senius Care all you need is an Enhanced DBS/PVG/Access NI, the right to work in the UK and two references 

Careers Apply online or contact us. For all applications, apply online (Registration)

How it works Phone interview (Whats Up, Zoom) We'll then ask you for a phone interview, which should last 20 minutes

How it works Assessment & selection process

How it works Customer match

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What type of placements can I work on?

Senius Care offers 2 types of placement – fixed date and ongoing.
Fixed date 

A fixed-date placement is typically used for respite care or to cover a primary carer whilst they’re on a break. These placements  will always be a clear start and end date.


Carers on an ongoing placement will typically be considered the primary carer for the person they’re caring for. However, they differ from fixed-date, placements as the carer returns to the same placement at regular intervals for the foreseeable future. Carers typically stay with their client in cycles of 4 to 10 weeks and then return after a break. When applying for ongoing placements, carers can state their preferred work schedule and will be able to arrange breaks once they’ve started.  

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