The more popular and larger field in the care work jobs industry is domiciliary care. As the current large bubble of age 50+ population swells, the need for home care is increasing. Qualified individuals are needed to fill this growing focus and the number of agencies needing individuals is growing right along with it.
These agencies are turning to the on-line database aggregators for health care employees to fulfill their agencies needs. They don’t have the time or the spare personnel to perform a line by line match of employee to client needs until they have narrowed the search down to a half dozen or so.
Getting your chance at these jobs is a matter of being registered with the job finding agencies that cover the geographic area in which you seek employment and then be sure they offer the specialty you have experience in. Employment agents who lump you in with all types of care jobs in a general category will not find you your dream job or even a comfortable assignment.
Those types let the potential employer do the work of sifting through the candidates and act more like a giant employment bulletin board than an actual employment coordinator. Most home care or domicile care jobs have specific tasks required of the care worker so a listing of specific tasks is something you and the potential employer should construct as these are the matching points a modern employment care agency will use to bring employees and employers together.