Welcome to Support Care Recruitment


Ethos & Philosophy of Care

Our approach to care for our service users is based on the principle that each person is an individual and is different with particular needs, likes and dislikes. Best care is meeting the expectations of the service user. Care is not about delivery service to meet the role of care worker but is about meeting the need and value of service users offering support where it is needed most.

We care about providing the best possible care that we can, and we strive to deliver it, so it suits you and your preferences. This includes; hiring the best carers, tailoring our training if necessary, encouraging regular feedback and understanding as much as we can about our service users to ensure they are at the heart of their own care.


Support Care Recruitment has a duty of care to vulnerable service users or clients. A person’s prior convictions may be relevant to the performance of their dut ies. Therefore, all preferred applicants for employment within the agency must undergo criminal record checks prior to employment. This is to ensure that a criminal conviction that might be relevant to the position can be identified and assessed in terms of any potential on-going risk.

Due to the nature of our organisation, all jobs will require an enhanced disclosure check. Support Care Recruitment complies fully with the Access NI Code of Practice and undertakes to treat all applicants for positions fairly. It undertakes not to discriminate unfairly against any subject of a Disclosure on the basis of a conviction or other information revealed.

Police check forms are completed and returned to us for processing during recruitment stages. Payment is made by the applicant on completion of form whether its online or its hard cope. Once the process has begin AccessNI will not be able to issue refund to us therefore Police check fee is non refunable. Please therefore exercise caution in completing your paperwork. If you decide to withdraw your application and you inform us before we have submitted your paperwork we may be able to make a refund of your fee.


The company was formed in December 2013 since then it has moved from strength to strength supporting communities and private sectors, throughout Northern Ireland. Support care is Domiciliary Agency which provide the services of nurses , support workers and care assistants We are able to provide care in a wide variety of settings depending on their skills, qualifications and experience. We cover private homes and organisations registered as Domiciliary Care Agency such as, hostels and supported living.


Support Care Recruitment is committed to valuing equality diversity and seeks to provide all staff with the opportunity for employment, career and personal development on the basis of ability, qualifications and suitability for the work as well as their potential to be developed into the job.


We believe that people from different backgrounds can bring fresh ideas, thinking and approaches which make the way work is undertaken more effective and efficient.

The Company will not tolerate direct or indirect discrimination against any person on grounds of age, disability, gender / gender reassignment, marriage / civil partnership, pregnancy / maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation whether in the field of recruitment, terms and conditions of employment, career progression, training, transfer or dismissal.

It is also the responsibility of all staff in their daily actions, decisions and behaviour to endeavour to promote these concepts, to comply with all relevant legislation and to ensure that they do not discriminate against colleagues, customers, suppliers or any other person associated with the Company.