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Our clients are people who have a spinal cord injury, and to support their independent lifestyles Origin provide specialist live-in care, to help them complete everyday tasks within their own homes.

The role of a live-in carer, also known as a PA, is enjoyable and offers a rewarding and variable career. Sometimes this is part of a career plan but often a short term or gap year, life changing experience.  Working as an Origin PA may even provide you with skills that will further your education or future career. Whilst sometimes challenging it is a genuine opportunity to make a real difference to someone else’s life as well as your own…and get paid for it.

As an Origin PA you will receive the following enviable benefits:

  • Earn from £630* up to £700 per 7 days worked
  • Travel expenses to and from your placements are paid
  • Accommodation and food is free when working
  • Free, comprehensive, specialist training programme
  • Short and long term work options
  • Flexible working patterns
  • Opportunities for career development
  • Free DBS and ISA Adult 1st checks (normally £63.20)

With clients across the country, in cities, towns and rural villages our carers have the opportunity to travel and experience a range of placements, meeting and supporting different clients.

Because we recruit only the carers we need you should notify us of your interest in becoming an Origin PA by completing our on-line carer application form. Once we receive this we will be in touch with you.

To work as an Origin PA you must:

  • Hold a full driving licence
  • Hold a valid UK work permit
  • Be aged between 21 – 45**

*Based on £90 per day (made up of £80 basic pay and £10 holiday pay)
**This post is exempt from the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 as per section8(2)

Origin PAs and client’s rate Origin training as excellent:

‘The training was the best I’ve ever had. It covered everything that’s important to the people we work with.’

‘Staff are trained to a high standard.’

‘The training must be excellent because the care is good.’

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