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Careers in Care

Become a Carer


If you are interested in making a positive difference to people’s lives and want a rewarding career, then we would like to hear from you. At Milton Keynes City Council we are dedicated to supporting our communities and improving the lives of people who use our services. You will join an organisation that is passionate about providing personalised care that is safe, effective, caring and responsive to our service user’s needs. We take an approach that promotes dignity, respect and independence, ensuring people receive the right support to improve their quality of life and wellbeing.


Who are we looking for?

Experience of caring isn’t essential as we are looking for individuals that identify with our values and can demonstrate kindness, patience and compassion as well as have a desire to support local people with their day-day life in their own homes or in the services we provide. We will offer you all of the support and training that you will need to succeed. Come and join one of our teams who are striving every day to make a real positive difference to local people.

Pay & Reward

The salary range for our carer roles is £22,777 - £24,054 per annum.

Roles available

Home Care

The service takes clients from the age of 18+ who have complex care needs and / or dementia. The service supports people on a long term basis to remain living independently in the local community. Drivers licence and own transport required.


The service takes clients from the age of 18+ who are needing support to return home following a hospital discharge, or following an episode of illness or injury at home. The service supports people on a short-term basis of up to 6 weeks to help them to regain confidence and physical ability, supporting them to live as independently as possible in their own homes. Drivers licence and own transport required.

Day Services and Short Breaks

Our Older People and Learning Disability Day and Short Break Services provide day and overnight support to people with Dementia, learning disabilities, autism and/or physical disabilities.

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