Sussex Healthcare, an independent company which provides care homes and services for older people, including those who are mentally fragile (suffering from dementia, Alzheimer etc), has several available jobs.
It’s good to know that this is an award winning company, which offers quality services and expects quality work from its employees. If you feel like you are qualified for the vacant jobs and willing to do your best in caring for others, especially elder people, then this might interest you. Your skills should match the requirements of assisted care and person-centred services.
There are 26 available jobs now at Sussex Healthcare and they range from care assistant/registered nurse to care home manager. Night jobs and day jobs are equally available. For more information on the application process, feel free to visit the vacancies page at https://sussexhealthcare.jobs.net/search.
More background on the company
This year, Sussex Healthcare celebrated 25 years of professional existence, which means 25 years of successfully caring for others and assisting them through happy, sad, important and everyday moments. The first facility opened up in 1985 and nowadays there are more than 20 facilities under its management; these include daycare facilities, gym and residential houses.
The core belief and underlying philosophy at this private care home is to ensure every person’s full enjoyment of living and help them feel accomplished as individuals, through quality services and engagement in social, recreational and leisure activities. Professionals here do not limit themselves to physical health exercise and condition checking and they are aiming to reach the fullest potential of the person they are caring for. One is not simply a resident at Sussex Healthcare, but a part of a bigger family who makes sure that everything they need is taken care of.
The company distinguishes itself through the fact that compassion, understanding and affection are the key principles of its work. Residents stay active and receive specialized care as much as incentives to live independent lives they feel in control of. Ultimately, this is not business or just a job: it is a way of being a part of a community.
Feel free to apply to available jobs if this was in tune with who you are at your core!