- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Mission: At ENA, we lead by our core values.
1. Enabling; We believe in enabling our clients to achieve the greatest level of independence possible by providing high-quality, person-centred care, using the ‘mum’ test in everything we do.
During the COVID-19 crisis, we are still hiring live-in carers to provide quality care for those who need it. We are following government guidelines during this time, please take a look at our COVID-19 updates page on our website for more information. Thank you & we hope you're staying safe during these uncertain times.
Providing Live in Care for the Elderly and Disabled
Find a little extra help at home from the ENA Care Group. We have been providing private live in care to disabled and elderly people across the UK since 1994. From hourly to live in care, find a carer that can help you.
We are one of the only Care Companies with a team of qualified nurses managing our carers. We also have a 24/7 fast response service with on-call emergency carers. This means we can provide an experienced and professional service, no matter how small or complex your care needs may be. Our Care Team work with you to provide a personalised and private live in care service all within your own home.
There are many things we have learnt over the past 25 years that set us apart from other care companies. We have registered nurses managing our team of carers and supporting them whilst they are working. Our clients and carers can benefit from clinical expertise from medical professionals.
You’ll notice the quality of our staff training and clinical support from our Care Team in your own home. Over 25 years, we have developed an in-house training course that delivers the accredited care certificate and educates our staff to provide a good standard of care.
We take care of everything to ensure our staff are safe and competent to provide care, so that you don’t need to worry about things such as holiday pay, sick days and everything that employing a member of staff entails.
Workplace & Culture
A live in care job is not your average 9 – 5 job and it requires a special kind of person who always has the interests of others at heart.
Being a carer for the ENA Care Group is about providing high quality one to one care to our clients which enables them to remain in the safety and comfort of their own home. It is a demanding but highly rewarding role.
Without Live in Carers, people who wish to live independently or people who need specialist assistance would be unable to.
We consider our carers to be ‘Care Champions’ promoting dignity in care at all times and are really proud of the carers who work for us at the ENA Care Group.
It is a role that will take you to different places, introduce you to interesting and inspirational individuals and is a flexible role as you commit to short term placements as and when you please.
Perks & Benefits
I have been working at ENA Care Group part-time
I have been with ENA for a while, and I have seen it go through changes and one thing that never changes is how important it is to them to see vulnerable adults have independence. Not only that, you feel like you are part of a family. Management really go out of their way to support all staff. Everyone is extremely friendly, we all share the same ethos that we want the clients to have their own life.
For a company that has been running for over 20 years that has held its own, is really quite amazing.
Keep up the good work everyone. You are all hardworkers.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ENA Care Group in November 2016.
Organised a Skype Interview as I was based in Australia and emailed back and forth. Once we spoke over the Skype found out that I can't be guaranteed work until I was in the UK which makes sense as I would be working with disabled adults who are vulnerable and need to do training and have a background check. The interview gave a run down about the company and asked about my previous experience (which I didn't have professionally, only helped my nan). Training was explained as an additional interview (as I would need to pass training before they could offer me work). So the Skype interview was more about getting a feel of the company and whether I would be a good carer.