Welcome to Bluebird Care Careers in Clapham & Streatham

We value our people, nurture and support them to be the best they can be!

Live-in and Care Jobs in in Lambeth: Clapham, Streatham, Stockwell, Brixton, Kennington, West Dulwich & Norwood


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Become Part of Our Story

Home care is changing all the time and it’s not just a job anymore.  Now, for the right people, it’s a real career, offering great training and prospects - with plenty of opportunities to specialise. 

We’re looking for calm, compassionate people with good availability and all kinds of life experiences to join us in delivering the future of home care…

...and by the way, many of our team have been with us since we started! what-our-carers-say


It’s not just a living, It’s a Life

Our Customers and their families often tell us that it’s taking the time to listen and making that extra effort that sets us apart.

But that level of personal service doesn’t just happen by chance. It comes from recruiting great people and looking after them properly. 

Everyone who joins us is supported and encouraged from the very beginning.   At Bluebird Care you will receive ongoing training throughout your career to build and develop your skills and knowledge.

“I have worked in care for 28 years. I have worked for different companies including nursing and care homes and I can honestly say this one is my best. To see the smile you put on someone’s face is just wonderful. I’m not going anywhere now until I retire. I’ve found my loyalty job.”   Meet Linda

What’s your story? 

Young? Older? Returning to work? A background in health or just personal experience?

Whatever your story, if you have a genuine care for others, good communication skills and good availability, we’ll provide excellent pay, training, flexibility and the support to launch and build a fulfilling and rewarding career. 

Whilst care experience is useful, it isn’t always essential.

So what are you waiting for? 

Come and play a vital role in the story of our Customers’ lives – and help shape the future of homecare. 
It’s time to do it right.

Call Dana TODAY on 020 8877 4950

or 07342 883 795


Whilst our Live-in Carers come from all over the country - and often, other countries, our Home Care Assistants usually live within the Borough of Lambeth or just outside it and we try our best to minimise travel by matching you with Customers who live near you in areas such as Clapham, Streatham, Brixton, Stockwell, Kennington, Gipsy Hill, Herne Hill, West Dulwich and Norwood

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Clapham & Streatham

Office 42, Hideaway Work Space 1 Empire Mews Streatham London SW16 2BF

About us

At Bluebird Care we believe that care matters and we are committed to providing the highest quality home care so that our customers can remain in their own homes.

We work alongside families and individuals to tailor our services to help our customers stay in control of their own care for as long as they are able to. Delivering the very best homecare is our passion, and we strive to achieve this every day.

Find out more about us

Meet our team of care professionals

Recruitment Manager

Working for Bluebird Care, I realised immediately that looking for Care Assistants was a much more personal experience than I had had before in my career.

While I am familiar with the reality of having someone you love looked after by less than committed strangers, I now have the opportunity to make a difference in this for other people.

Becoming a Care Assistant is not something that only training can create.  Finding the wonderful people, who have the natural warmth, empathy and initiative to provide the support, encouragement and care that makes the difference to each individual, is challenging and intense.

I am usually the first contact and so I get to know every carer who comes to us individually. Our Care Manager conducts the second interview and then each successful person is invited to join us to train, as if we were choosing for someone personally important to us.

I support the new carers during training and watch them become respected and vital members of our team. Training is ongoing and most visit the office often, sometimes for updates and sometimes just to chat in the warm, friendly atmosphere of the office.

It gives me an enormous boost that I have a part to play in enabling people to remain at home in familiar surroundings in a dignified way. That the ladies and gentlemen that I first chatted to by phone, email and at recruitment events are making such a difference to so many people’s lives.

Outside of work, I’m a busy wife and mum, spending much of my time supporting my two beautiful daughters with their sport, dancing and singing. My own interests include travelling, dancing, listening to music, reading and cooking!  

I love being around family and friends and I include my work colleagues in that! I feel very lucky; I have a wonderful family and a great job.

Registered Care Manager

Like many people, I switched my career to Health & Social Care after a member of my family had a very poor experience.  In this case, it was my grandparent who was in a care home.  My initial career started in solar energy design back home in Yorkshire but now I couldn't imagine working in any other sector. 

I moved to London with my partner and joined a small complex care company initially as a Field Care Supervisor and then Area Care Manager.  By studying independently at the same time, I ultimately achieved my goal to become a Registered Care Manager.

I feel lucky to have supported the people we care for across all levels from delivering care myself to operational management.   This has given me a huge insight and appreciation for the hard work our carers carry out on a daily basis, and the support our customers need to remain comfortable and safe in their own homes.

It’s a privilege to lead such a successful and dedicated team and to share in our fantastic reputation for care as it should be.


After many years and various different roles within Retail I decided I needed a new challenge and a job that made me feel like I was making a difference.  My career in care had started! 

Initially a Carer, I could never have predicted how much I’d love supporting others.  In time I was promoted to Field Care Supervisor and then eventually joined the team here at Bluebird Care as Care Coordinator and have never been happier!

Customer Services Manager

I always said I would be a PE teacher!

At school I played sport every day, achieved numerous sporting awards and couldn’t imagine doing anything else.  But when I was looking for temp work before starting University, a chance conversation with the Registered Care Manager of a nursing home changed all that. 

She offered me a job as a Care Assistant in the nursing home.  After the first day, I told a colleague “This isn’t for me”.  “Give it a week” she said… and she was right.  I soon realised there is so much more to this job, that you can make such a difference to people even when they are struggling with their health or other issues.  I got the bug you might say and decided this was the career path for me afterall.

I have worked in the health care sector now for over 10 years.  I am so passionate about what I do and feel privileged to have had the opportunities I've had.  I am fortunate enough to have met a vast array of people with different challenges and these people and experiences have helped shape me into the person I am today.  

 I love being a part of the Bluebird Care team, working with likeminded people who share the same ethos.

Working in healthcare is definitely one of the best decisions I ever made! 



My career in care began when my brother in law was in hospital on life support.  We really thought we were going to lose him but amazingly he pulled through, was discharged and sent home where we started to care for him ourselves.

This was such a turning point for me and I changed career, starting out as a support worker whilst also looking after my brother in law and then a carer for around 5 years.  I was promoted to Field Care Supervisor and then Care Coordinator.  I’m fulfilled in what I do and I do it to the best of my ability.

Office Administrator & Training Assistant

As a child and young adult, I took care of my parents who are both disabled. This experience made me very aware and sensitive to peoples’ needs and the difficulties involved in caring for people you love from a very young age. 

I became a professional carer and then an Au Pair for a boy with autism and this reignited in me, the need to care for people.  I spent the next decade caring for older people and adults with special needs. 

I joined Bluebird Care in 2015 and I am on the next step of my journey.  I enjoy my job as I know that I am still making a difference, albeit in the background.  I love being part of the team and because I have a keen eye for detail and a patient manner for imparting knowledge, I know that I make a valuable contribution to ensuring our care services are run smoothly and professionally.