As the Domestic Coordinator you will take responsibility for managing the home help team, providing support and supervision to all team members. You will play a key role in staff scheduling for a team of home help workers and providing weekly rotas for the people they support. You will arrange the domestic services provided to individual customers and ensure their needs and risks are documented and reviewed regularly.

You will be responsible for ensuring the cleanliness of customers’ homes is maintained by carrying out spot checks, working in accordance with Guild Care standards of quality, safety and compliance. You will recognise when the needs of individual customers are changing and support them to access appropriate services when required.

You may be required to assist with home help duties when staff are not available, or the team needs additional support.

About our Home Care service

Our Home Care service was established in 1994 to promote independent living. The service enables older people and vulnerable adults in and around Worthing to lead better quality lives whilst remaining safe and comfortable in their own homes.

Our Domestic Home Care Team provides help for independent people who want to live in the community but need a helping hand with housework, shopping and those little jobs which are difficult if you are not feeling well or are frail and struggling with mobility.

Benefits of working at Guild Care

When you join our team, we will discuss with you what’s on offer and your career aspirations. You will meet our friendly, supportive Learning and Development Team and join our in-house trainers in our fantastic training facilities.

Job description

It is essential that you can communicate with a range of different people, including customers, relatives, staff and other professionals both in person and in writing, with excellent IT, literacy and numeracy skills.

You will need experience of leading a team and demonstrate a keen eye for detail, ensuring excellent standards of cleanliness and presentation throughout the home. You must have good working knowledge of Health & Safety legislation.

It is also essential that you have a good knowledge of the local area and ability to travel throughout Worthing, and as far as Lancing and Shoreham.

Previous experience of managing or supervising staff in a domestic setting is desirable. It is also helpful if you have experience of assessing the needs and risks of customers and their home environment. It would also be advantageous if you understand dementia and other illnesses, which may impact on customers’ ability to live independently.

You can read the full job description here.


£20,810- £22,676 per annum (£11.43- £12.46 per hour)

Hours of work

35 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks)

Job reference


Closing date

Monday 26th October 2020. Applications will be shortlisted on receipt.

Get in touch

For further information please email [email protected] or call our Recruitment Team on 01903 863154.

How to apply

Please complete the short online application and email your current CV to [email protected] or call the recruitment team on 01903 863154.

Please note that due to the high volume of applicants we receive, we are not able to respond to you individually. Therefore, if you are successful you will hear from us within three weeks.