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Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (GCHSCP) 

The Glasgow City home care service is delivered by Glasgow City Council under the management of the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership.

The Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership is a partnership between Glasgow City Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, who plan and deliver health and social care services together for Glasgow. A key priority of the partnership is to make sure that care and support enables people to continue to live in their own homes and communities.

Opportunities to work in Care Services

Home Care

There is so much more to home care than people think. At Glasgow City care services our home carers provide a lifeline which allows vulnerable citizens of Glasgow to remain independently in their own homes for longer. From administering medication to using specialist equipment, our highly trained home carers deliver a vital service which enhances the quality of service users' lives.

If you are a compassionate individual who has what it takes to make a difference to people's lives then you can start your career in home care today.

Simply register your details here to become a Home Carer


Residential Care - older people


At Glasgow City care services, our social care assistants deliver care and support within our residential settings for older people. Working in a highly skilled team to assist and support people in our care, with tasks including all aspects of personal care and administering medication.

Our social care assistants are committed to the physical and mental wellbeing of people who use our care services, ensuring their participation, inclusion and dignity at all times.

If you have what it takes to support and improve the wellbeing of people living in our residential settings for older people, then you can start your career in residential care today.

Simply register your details here to become a Social Care Assistant

Jobs in Home Care

Glasgow home care service is delivered 365 days a year, there are a range of shift patterns available including 7 days on and 7 days off and weekend work.

Below are examples of some of the shifts which we can offer.

Average Contracted Hours per weekExample Work PatternsHours Worked
17.57 days on / 7 days off07:30 to 10.30 then 12.00 to 14.00
17.57 days on / 7 days off16:30 to 21:30
197 days on / 7 days offMonday to Friday 16.30 to 20.30

Saturday and Sunday 07.30 to 10.30 then 12.00 to 14.00 then16.30 to 20.30

10Every Saturday and Sunday07.30 to 10.30am then 12.00 to 14.00
14Every Saturday and Sunday07.30 to 10.30 then 17.00 to 21.00

Annual Salary Range (based on an average 35 hours contracted per week)

Core Pay: £18,270.32 - £19,948.79 (pro rata)

Non-core Pay: £1,867 - £3,598 (Pro-Rata, dependant on shift pattern) - Non-core pay is an additional payment due to Working Context and Demands and Non-standard Working Pattern/Hours. Payments are made in accordance with pay frequency.

We have a particular requirement for home carers in Glasgow North West and South, but we try where we can to place home carers in the area in which they live.

No previous experience or qualifications are necessary and all training will be provided by our in-house training team to give you the required skills and confidence to enable you to begin your career as a home carer.

Jobs in Residential Care - older people

The posts within residential establishments are full time and part time.  Rotas within the establishments cover 7 days therefore candidates must be available to cover the full roster requirements.  Applicants will be expected to cover citywide to support demands of service when required.

What happens next?

After you register your interest you will be sent a link by email to complete a value based assessment - this is to give us a better idea about you as a person and your suitability to work in a care environment. Please check your junk mail in case it gets filtered out.

Following completion of the assessment you will receive an automated email to confirm your responses have been received by our team. You will be notified by email whether you will be invited to complete the next stage, which involves the completion of an application form.

Providing you are successful you will then be contacted to attend a recruitment event where you will receive information about the jobs available, the training and the service.

You will also be interviewed and asked to complete Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) membership scheme paperwork - this will allow us to check for any criminal offences, these must be disclosed in advance.

What happens if I cannot email my application?

If you are unable to seek support to complete your online application then you can contact the team to request a paper assessment to be sent by post. The recruitment team can be contacted on 0141 471 3769

Privacy Statements

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As part of the recruitment process we use an external provider for the value based assessment - their privacy statement can be viewed here


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