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Candidate information

We are always looking for friendly, caring individuals who are passionate about home care work. Contact us today to discuss our employment opportunities.

We offer a personal service where we listen to your needs and work as a team to find the right employment for you.

 

What are the requirements for registering with Handy Helpers?

 

Curriculum vitae preparation

Your CV is the first step in your application for a position with a prospective family and needs to be clear, comprehensive and well-designed. We will help you present your CV, in the format of a unique Handy Helpers profile, professionally highlighting your personality, skills, qualifications and experiences.

 

Why candidates register with Handy Helpers when looking for exciting new work opportunities

What is the Handy Helpers application procedure?

Step 1: Registration
Contact us to register.

Step 2: Meeting us
Meetings take place at our offices.

Things you need to bring to the interview:

During the interview we will discuss your application, employment history, salary expectations and future goals in further detail.

Step 3: CV preparation
We will format your CV and registration to be presented to our clients.

Step 4: Reference checks
We will need your permission to contact current references but will contact all others provided. Some clients may ask for other various checks but we will ask for your permission first.

Step 5: Interviews with families
Interviews may take place at our offices, at a client’s home or place of work.
Please ask us for any coaching on a vacancy you wish to receive.

Step 6: Employment
We can provide you with expert advice on the latest labour laws. A consultant will facilitate the completion of any contractual formalities that may be required.

 

 

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