Welcome to Bluebird Care Careers in Glasgow South

Join the Bluebird Care Glasgow South team and help make a real difference to someone's life with an incredibly rewarding career in care.

Join Bluebird Care Glasgow South today!

We provide care at home to allow people in our community to stay as independent as possible in their own homes surrounded by their memories. This service helps to keep them safe and cared for but allows them the flexibility to maintain their usual lifestyle. 

More people are choosing to receive care at home, but what makes them select Bluebird Care Glasgow South?

  • We pride ourselves on delivering high-quality care as if we were looking after our family members. 
  • Because we provide high-quality care, we only hire the very best care teams.
  • Our team is the bread and butter of our business so, we provide excellent training and support. 
  • It is not just about providing vital care and support. Our team build relationships with our customers, our team can bring a smile and laughter to their days. 
  • We can assist them with medication, personal care, housekeeping, cooking or even companionship. Sometimes our customers need someone to listen to their stories.

Being a part of our dedicated Bluebird Care Glasgow South team is immensely rewarding, but it also demands commitment and professionalism. Working with some of the most vulnerable members of society can give enormous satisfaction to the right person. It offers the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives; a vocation rather than just a job.

We are always on the lookout for amazing Care Assistants to join our team. If you share our passion for high-quality care, get in touch with us today. 

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Contact us

Glasgow South

2 Stewart Drive, Clarkston, Glasgow, G76 7EZ

0141 638 0167
About us

Here at Bluebird Care Glasgow South, we've been helping people in our community since 2012. We joined Bluebird Care after struggling to find high-quality care at home for a loved one. When it wasn't possible, we decided to make a change. We are extremely passionate about the level of care we provide in Glasgow South and that is reflective in our Care Inspectorate reports. You can read more about our reports here.

To ensure we deliver the very best care, we work alongside our customers and their families to tailor our services to help our customers stay in control of their own care for as long as they are able to. As our customer's needs can change, we continually review their care plans to ensure we are as adaptive as possible. 

We can help people in Glasgow South with the following services:

  • Companionship
  • Housekeeping 
  • Live-in Care
  • Making Nutritional Meals 
  • Medication 
  • Personal Care
  • Respite Care
  • Shopping
  • Sleeping Nights
  • Waking Nights

No day is the same. Whilst we try to ensure our team visit the same customers to allow them to build relationships, they cover a wide range of services. It helps to keep the job fun whilst also rewarding. 

Find out more about us

Meet our team of care professionals

Jane Perry
Director of Bluebird Care Ayrshire, Edinburgh, and Glasgow South

Jane Perry started her home care journey with her husband, John back in 2008 when she purchased Bluebird Care Edinburgh. She has since opened offices in Glasgow South and Ayrshire.

Over the years, Jane has worked tirelessly to ensure she has a good team around her with the same passion for delivering high-quality, person-centric home care.

She got involved in the care sector as when she was looking for home care for her grandmother in Glasgow back in 2008, she was appalled at the lack of knowledge, services, and general attitude of the companies she contacted. This set off a ‘light bulb’ moment.

After extensive research, she chose Bluebird Care as they shared her ethos of providing a good old-fashioned service along with the ongoing support required to get her business up and running.

With Jane’s strong leadership together with her management team, she ensures that the interests and well-being of all customers and her team are met. Working with multidisciplinary teams and integrating with other leaders in the Social Care sector, Jane is as driven now as she ever was, to deliver the best, home care service possible.

Outside of work, Jane loves listening to music, good food and wine, spending time with her family and let’s not forget taking her dog (and best friend), Robbie for a walk on the beach.

Chelsea Feeney
Care Coordinator

Chelsea started in the home care sector over 6 years ago with a passion for helping people. Her passion is being able to help people live the life that they want to, how they want to. Working with Bluebird Care, gives her the ability to help customers stay home surrounded by their own things and memories. 

When she's not at work, Chelsea loves to go wild swimming and camping with her family. She has two children and two dogs who love to explore the great outdoors with her. 

John Perry
Director of Bluebird Care Ayrshire, Edinburgh, & Glasgow South

John has worked in customer facing roles for over 30 years as a Territory Manager with Tennent’s and other account management roles and is acutely aware of the importance of good customer service.

With John’s experience, you’ll normally find that he’s the first point of contact when someone is looking for care for themselves or a loved one. He is friendly, knowledgeable, and passionate about providing a quality customer service experience. He always takes the time to understand the customer’s needs, ensuring they have all the information required to make an informed decision of who cares for either themselves or a loved one.

Outside of work, John loves spending time with his family. He has 2 boys; Nick and Adam along with 2 granddaughters; Eva and Alyssa. He’s a long-suffering Hibs fan and a very competitive 8 handicap golfer. You’ll also find him listening to 70s & 80’s soul music.

Annemarie Frew
Registered Care Manager for Bluebird Care Ayrshire & Glasgow South

Annemarie was inspired by social care by the age of fifteen, she travelled to Romania to help street children, orphanages, and university students. This passion has spiralled throughout her career, helping her to achieve HNC in health and social care, SVQ 3, SVQ Social Service and Health Care Level 9 and finally SVQ in care service Leadership and Management Level 10.

She has worked in a range of different sectors and settings from young children through to the elderly. Jane and John Perry inspired her to join the team with their compassion, ethos, dedication, and proven track record of delivering high-quality care at home service.

Annemarie is Registered Manager for our Ayrshire & Glasgow South has a passion for ensuring her teams keep to high compliance rates, always making sure they deliver high-quality, person-centric home care. 

In her spare time, you will find her spending time with her family, especially her children and dogs. Some other favourites are reading, watching films and going to the theatre.

Natalie Alexander
Mindfulness and Wellness Specialist

Natalie Alexander has over 20 years’ experience in delivering all things Wellness. She holds Diplomas in Understanding Mental Health, Menopause Awareness and Wellness, Life Coaching, Reiki Master, Meditation and Relaxation, hosts Wellness retreats in Athens, Greece and has written a 21-day Anxiety programme, an award winning 7 -week Energy program ,delivered many workshops to businesses and individual clients and is an author.

Nicole Clarke
Marketing Manager for Bluebird Care Ayrshire, Edinburgh, & Glasgow South

Nicole found her passion for marketing whilst studying Psychology at University. She was a Store Manager, managing a team of 16 with key targets to meet. To achieve this, she found ways to market her store to increase footfall and therefore sales and that’s where she found her spark. 

She has experienced marketing across many different sectors, hospitality, legal services, financial services and now the home care sector. When Nicole decided to try something new, she thought most about what resonated with her and how she could make a difference. Nicole’s childhood was surrounded by watching her mum and grandma working in care homes and often spent time their even from a baby making people smile and laugh. Along with this she helped raise her disabled brother, given her wealth of knowledge and experience in the home care sector, she felt it was only right to be able to give back by helping to recruit and market home care services.

In her spare time, you’ll often find Nicole hosting family and friends so that she can spend quality time with them. Good food, good wine, long walks along with family and friends are all Nicole needs.