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Permanent - Part Time - 17 hours per week (days, 08:00 - 20:00)
Commutable from Derby, Loughborough, Bingham and surrounding areas. Staff parking available.
Would you like to make a positive contribution to benefit older people?
You will play an essential role in leading care and ancillary staff members in all aspects of our service to residents, including deputising for senior managers at times.
The ability to form positive relationships with residents, their families and professional colleagues is vital.
You will need to demonstrate your commitment to good care practise through a QCF or equivalent Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care, and practical experience of caring for older people, as well as the willingness to train to develop further.
For more information about the role please review the Job Description here.
Please note that interviews may take place prior to the advert closing as and when suitable applications are received. If a suitable candidate is appointed the role may close early, therefore please do not hesitate to submit your application.
Opened in 1975 and located in a quiet residential area on the border of Beeston and Chilwell, just south of Nottingham city centre, Queenswood offers residential care for up to 41 people.
Queenswood was, in fact, the first MHA home to have an Activities Co-ordinator, as well as running a care group for people who have become depressed.
Pat and Harold Dams described their move to Queenswood as a marvellous new beginning. "We spent the first two months in a mad social whirl. There always seemed to be something going on and we've never had so many friends... We are never forced to take part in anything, but encouraged to do so. We were alone at home but now we have companions every day."
One resident, who is deaf and partially blind, had originally been reluctant to enter the care home, as he valued his independence very highly. After just three weeks, however, he said, "It is super and I have no worries any more. I'm really glad I came."
Commenting on the balance of independent living and the best possible care, the Revd Herbert Austin-Fairhurst concluded: "This kind of place is a godsend."
Funded through charitable support, every MHA care home also prides itself in being able to offer unique and memorable opportunities and activities for residents to quite literally help them 'seize the day'.
For more information about the care home please visit here.
Pension, 28 days holiday (inc. bank holidays), Life Assurance, Discount Scheme, free uniform and DBS provided
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