Myhomecare has announced that it is doubling its workforce through the creation of 300 jobs as part of a major recruitment campaign.

The campaign was created in recognition of the high level of demand in the home care space, especially this winter.  

Established in Dundalk, Louth in 2006 by Servisource Recruitment, Myhomecare currently employs over 220 staff across Ireland.  


Myhomecare operations manager Deirdre Doyle: “From my own previous experience as a healthcare assistant, I understand the impact and responsibility these roles bring. It is such a rewarding career knowing that we are making a difference in the lives of those most vulnerable in our community. We are extremely excited to welcome 300 additional healthcare professionals into the Myhomecare family, doubling our existing workforce to over 520 nationwide.” 

Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, commented: “This is an incredible expansion by Myhomecare, doubling its workforce and creating 300 new jobs. These additional homecare nurses and assistants will make a big difference to countless people and families up and down the country, allowing those with additional needs to stay in the comfort of their own home.

“It will of course also take some pressure off of hospitals, by allowing people to return home and be looked after there, rather than in a hospital. Congratulations to the team involved.” 

Caption (L-R): Myhomecare Clinical Nurse Manager Susanne Kelly, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Myhomecare CEO Declan Murphy, Myhomecare Operations Manager Deirdre Doyle.

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