The leading senior living group in the United Kingdom, Sussex Healthcare revealed its plans to bring more talents to its workforce for ensuring truly personalized care for each of its inhabitants.
Currently, the senior home network is hiring from healthcare professionals to accounts executives. The network is planning to hire two Deputy Care Home Managers for its home located in East Grinstead. The full-time role is an excellent opportunity for registered nurses with minimum one year experience to move to the management side of healthcare. The senior living home in Horsham needs two Care Home Unit Managers as well to take care of the inhabitants who are facing physical and learning disabilities.
The particular role also requires at least one year of experience and should be RN qualified. The Billinghurst house located in West Sussex needs a part-time Kitchen Assistant to ensure on-time cooking of meals and serving them to the inhabitants, by helping the Chef Manager. Though it is a part-time job, the candidates will get extra and special payments on weekends and bank holidays. They will also get numerous supporting services and perks including paid breaks, pension, the mentoring scheme, reduced-rate accommodation, and more. The house located in Horsham needs an Accounts Assistant to take care of the purchase ledger. The full-time role requires to keep the daily records and support the finance department.
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Sussex Healthcare is a premier provider of high-quality elderly care in the country with more than three decades of expertise. Its houses and professionals are equipped to offer personalized care to various kinds of conditions such as dementia, mental issues, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, acquired brain injury, and more. The network searches for ways to ensure an active and engaged life for the residents through various activities. Every inhabitant has the choice to follow their passion inside the houses of Sussex Healthcare. The network also provides greater opportunities for the residents to socialize with people.
While coming to the firm, recently it got a new CEO. Amanda Morgan-Taylor was appointed as the CEO of the senior home network with more than 30 years of experience in both social and health care. She worked independently as well as public sector and served many managerial roles in the recent years. Though it has houses in almost all the major U.K. cities, a large majority of them are located in Sussex and London. The group also grabbed numerous awards and appreciation for its committed service from various industrial bodies.