We offer a variety of roles in care including:
Registered General Nurses
You’ll be responsible for meeting the personal care needs of our residents, including managing the Nursing area of the Home in a way that promotes our residents’ physical well-being. You will be responsible for developing detailed care plans that addresses residents’ individual needs, promoting their independence and respecting the dignity of each person.
As a qualified nurse, you will have previous experience working with older people as well as clinical leadership, working in palliative care and supervising care staff. You’ll be professional and well organised and set high standards for our staff which includes demonstrating our values which are kind, supportive and trusted.
Care Support Staff
As a Care Support Worker, you’ll help to enhance the wellbeing of our residents and make a difference to their everyday lives. You’ll support residents by fulfilling their individual needs and requirements, which differs depending on their physical, cognitive, emotional and religious needs. You must be able to provide practical and personal care, which will include assisting our residents with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, eating, taking medication safely, whilst respecting their dignity and promoting their independence. Other activities may include gardening, singing, reading and talking, etc. to help people to continue living the life they love.
As a Care Support Worker, you will be reliable, friendly and professional and a team player with great communication skills and a flexible approach to work. Experience isn’t essential as we’ll train you and give you the opportunity to complete your professional qualifications in Health/Social Care if required.
The role of the administration staff is to ensure that the Home’s financial, administrative and HR databases are accurate and up to date and that Home Management is provided with all appropriate information as required, as well as ensuring that all monies due are paid on time.
The roles also require empathy and compassion towards older people and strong written and oral communication skills.
Working within a dedicated team, you'll ensure that residents enjoy safe, hygienic, and pleasant surroundings by carrying out a variety of housekeeping duties. You will ideally have cleaning or housekeeping experience, have good communication skills and be a flexible team player.
We strongly believe that a social life shouldn’t stop once you enter old age.
You’ll make sure it doesn’t for our residents by organising a varied programme of social, cultural, religious and recreational activities tailored to meet individual needs and promoting independence, making each day of residents’ lives as fulfilling as possible.
You will be a caring and compassionate person with a creative approach and lots of energy to engage and motivate others. Good communication and presentation skills will both be important, as will flexibility in your working routine and an ability to organise and co-ordinate group and individual activities.