Current Vacancies

Healthcare
Assistant

Manor House Nursing Home is looking to recruit Healthcare Assistants. If you have care experience or a passion to work in the sector we’d love to hear from you. 

The role of the Healthcare Assistant is the perfect way to start your career in caring.  If you have no experience in the sector but have kind nature and are good with people, we’d love to hear from you.  We offer full training both in-house and using external providers, and, you’ll learn from your highly experienced colleagues, developing new friends in both our staff and our residents and you’ll soon realise why becoming an HCA is so much than a job.  Now’s your time to start your exciting career in caring. 

Our privately-owned care home is set up into several specialist divisions, offering tailored care for up to 125-residents. 

At the Manor House we work as part of a team that not only deeply care for our residents but also about each other, we provide the very highest standards of care, which we believe starts with having the right people on board to share our passion in caring for others.  

Please note, we cannot support applications outside of the UK at this time.

What you will receive:

  • Up to £10 per hour dependent on experience
  • Flexible working
  • Overtime rate: time and a third
  • 28 hours per week, 
  • 28 days holiday*
  • Pension
  • Paid DBS
  • Uniform provided
  • Free onsite parking
  • Training and career development

Ideally our Healthcare Assistants will:

  • Have experience within the sector and or/ qualified to Level 2 NVQ Health & Social Care but please note this is not essential as training will be provided
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A desire to always do their best
  • A commitment in caring for others
  • Enjoy working as part of a team

If you’re an ambitious and caring individual, looking to carve a unique career in care, please submit your CV to our recruitment team via the Apply Now button

Current Vacancies

Kitchen Assistant

Manor House Nursing Home is looking to recruit a Kitchen Assistant. If you enjoy working with people and have a desire to work in the sector we’d love to hear from you. 

Our privately-owned care home is set up into several specialist divisions, offering tailored care for up to 125-residents. 

At the Manor House we work as part of a team that not only deeply care for our residents but also about each other, we provide the very highest standards of care, which we believe starts with having the right people on board to share our passion in caring for others.  

This role will assume the following responsibilities: preparing the beverage trolley for morning, afternoon, and tea service rounds, assembling breakfast and delivering it to residents, providing assistance to residents during lunchtime, supporting the care staff, and maintaining the cleanliness and stocked inventory of the small kitchen area.

Please note, we cannot support applications outside of the UK at this time.

What you will receive:

  • £10.50 per hour 
  • 2 days per week (Week 1 working days are Thursday and Friday. Week 2 working days are Saturday and Sunday)  
  • Working hours are 8am – 6.30pm 
  • Uniform provided
  • Free onsite parking
  • Free DBS check

 

Ideally our Kitchen Assistant will:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • A desire to always do their best
  • A commitment in caring for others
  • Enjoy working as part of a team

 

If you’re an ambitious and caring individual, looking to carve a unique career in care, please submit your CV to our recruitment team via Recrutiment@hlhg.co or click the apply now button

Current Vacancies

Senior Healthcare
Assistant

Manor House Nursing Home is looking to recruit Senior Healthcare Assistants to join our friendly team for both day and night shifts.

At our home, you’ll be a key person responsible in helping us achieve an excellent standard of care to provide all of our residents with an amazing quality of life.  You’ll be an integral part of our care team to promote the values and ethos of our home, encouraging the care teams to grow and develop in their roles.

You’ll be leading a small team to ensure we are always providing quality care to our residents, assisting both the residents and the care team to be as independent and happy as possible. You’ll provide advice and guidance to the team working with you and promote them to consider each of our values in their work. You’ll also be crucial to providing hands-on care and support when it’s needed and make sure our residents are happy in their home.  

Key Responsibilities – what you’ll do day to day

  • Lead and motivate a small team of care staff to care for a group of residents
  • Plan ahead at the start of your shift to ensure every care team member knows which residents they are supporting and sometimes that means considering who is working with you and utilising their skills
  • Attend and join in the shift handovers to obtain and handover a clear picture of what has happened during a shift
  • Communicate and build relationships with relatives and other healthcare professionals, escalating any concerns where it is needed
  • Promote the independence of each resident by supporting them to get washed and dressed, acting in a hands-on capacity when they need extra help
  • Support the resident with the details in their personalised care plan
  • Feedback any concerns with residents’ health and well-being to the Nurse or Clinical Deputy Manager and support with calls to relatives or health professionals
  • Champion dignity and respect for each person
  • Encourage the use of aids – walking sticks, frames, hoists, wheelchairs etc. where a resident may benefit from using them
  • Support residents with the cleaning and use of aids – hearing aids, glasses etc.
  • Encourage social interactions with other colleagues and residents in the home
  • Help their visitors to feel welcome and comfortable
  • Working as one team with the housekeepers to ensure the bedrooms are kept clean and tidy for the residents (e.g. ensuring toilets are flushed, bathroom areas are clean, emptying commodes)
  • Ensure you observe and encourage health and safety monitoring – e.g. wet floors, trip hazards, use of personal protective equipment and hand hygiene)
  • Have a keen ear and quick response for call bells to support residents and colleagues in an emergency
  • Show care and compassion for everyone living and working in the home
  • On occasion, you may be asked to accompany a resident to an appointment
  • Be a champion for nutrition and hydration by assisting those who need a little extra help with eating and drinking – and being aware of their individual needs
  • Make your residents smile
  • Safely use hoists and other equipment designed to support residents to move around the home
  • Have awareness of the on-call systems to ensure you actively report any accidents, incidents or other emergencies as early as possible.

There may be other tasks we ask you to support to help ensure our residents are kept safe and happy.

 About you

You’ll be an experienced care assistant, having worked in a care home environment previously with a desire to progress further. We require all of our Senior Care Assistants to have a minimum of a level 3 NVQ in Health & Social Care or equivalent (BTEC/A-level).

As a leader, you will be supportive, understanding, actively looking at your colleague’s performance and giving constructive and positive feedback.

You’ll be naturally caring, empathetic, very patient, friendly, kind and have respect for those around you. It’s an absolute must that you have excellent communication skills, as this is the basis of the role – communicating with our residents to make sure they are well cared-for, and communicating with the care teams to ensure they understand the role they play during the shift you’re leading.

Please note, we cannot support applications outside of the UK at this time.

What you will receive:

  • Up to £10.50 per hour dependent on experience
  • Flexible working
  • Overtime rate: time and a third
  • 22 – 44 hours per week
  • 28 days holiday*
  • Pension
  • Paid DBS
  • Uniform provided
  • Free onsite parking
  • Training and career development

Please submit your CV to our recruitment team via the Apply Now button

Current Vacancies

Day
Nurse

The Manor House Stafford are looking for experienced and dedicated Registered Nurses to join their team.

Our privately-owned care home is set up into several specialist divisions, offering tailored care for up to 125-residents.

As Registered Nurse, you will provide high quality nursing care and assist in the management of a busy care home environment, whilst maintaining and improving clinical standards.

Part or shared time positions may be available-please enquire 

What you will receive:

  • £22 per hour -£ 48,048 per year based on 42 hour week
  • 22 – 42 hours per week
  • 35 days holiday, inclusive of bank holidays (full time)
  • Pension
  • Paid DBS
  • uniform
  • free on-site parking

To apply please email your CV via the Apply Now button above.

Current Vacancies

Night
Nurse

Manor House Nursing Home is looking to recruit Registered Nurses to join our close-knit nightshift team.

Our privately-owned care home is set up into several specialist divisions, offering tailored care for up to 125-residents.

At the Manor House we work as part of a team that not only deeply care for our residents but also about each other.

We provide the very highest standards of care, which we believe starts with having the right people on board to share our passion in caring for others.  

As Registered Nurse, you will provide high quality nursing care and assist in the management of a busy care home environment, whilst maintaining and improving clinical standards.  We understand not everyone can work full time therefore this role is available on either a full or part time basis.

We are committed to developing our team, therefore if you’re looking to progress in your career, we offer several solutions to support your development. 

What you will receive:

  • £22 per hour -£ 48,048 per year based on 42 hour week
  • £20 Night Enhancement
  • 22 – 42 hours per week
  • 35 days holiday, inclusive of bank holidays (for full time roles)
  • Pension
  • Paid DBS

If this sounds like the job for you please submit your CV via the Apply Now button.

Current Vacancies

Activities Staff

Become a part of our brilliant activities team and discover how rewarding a career in care can be.

At the Manor House we work as part of a team that not only deeply care for our residents but also about each other.

We provide the very highest standards of care, which we believe starts with having the right people on board to share our passion in caring for others.  

If you have natural caring instinct and like to have fun, then consider a role in our Activities Team.  No two days are the same as you’ll deliver a programme of activities for our service-users, from indoor games like Bingo to arts and crafts, singing and dancing, arranging larger events and parties and deliver very important one to one interaction and be in the privileged position of getting to spend time with our residents.  Our Activities Team fill our home with lots to get involved with everyday.

Job Description:

To create, organise and offer service users a stimulating programme of activities offering internal & external activity sessions.

To co-ordinate & produce an activities programme, to include both one to one activity as well as group sessions, ensuring that this is circulated for all service users to know what is taking place. Attending resident meetings to see if service users are happy with the activities on offer, as and when required.

To build and maintain good relationships with service users and their relatives, displaying good communication & listening skills, to ensure they are provided with an effective communication network. This may include:

  • Talking and listening to service users
  • Helping them to maintain contact with family, friends
  • Weekly Toiletries Check
  • Being aware of their likes, dislikes, nutritional & cultural needs.

To motivate, encourage & participate in activities with service users, and delegate to staff, activity responsibilities to ensure that activities are taking place at regular intervals.

To arrange photographs of events that take place, and to supply articles to Central Office for newsletter.

To act at all times in a professional manner to visitors, staff and service users within the home.

To observe & promote service user choice, independence, dignity, privacy, fulfilment & other rights.

To help to create a warm and friendly atmosphere within the home, which allows & encourages service users to develop and participate in the running of the home to it’s fullest potential.

What you will receive:

Pay 9.50 per hour

Part-time

Pension

Paid DBS

Training and development

Free parking

Holiday allowance 5.6 weeks per year including bank holidays

If this sounds like the job for you please submit your CV via the Apply Now button.

Current Vacancies

Housekeeper / Domestic Assistant

We’re looking for housekeepers to join our team and maintain high standards of cleanliness throughout the home. 

Main Duties

– To maintain cleaning skills at a current level, and undertake such training and development as may from time to time be required to maintain that currency of practice

– To provide cleaning services within the home in accordance with agreed standards, legislative requirements, and in line with accepted best practice

– Assist in the formulation and implementation of cleaning policies and procedures

– Work in a cost-effective manor

– Support an open, positive and inclusive management culture

– Participate in the development of the homes policies

– Work to establish effective employer-employee relations

– Systematically solve day-to-day problematical issues which may arise 

– Be responsible for promoting safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they support

About you

You will develop working relations with other employees within the home, and be involved in the implementation and maintenance of the services quality assurance programme.  Cooperate with the implementation, evaluation, orientation and induction of all new employees. Seek opportunities for personal and professional growth within the business.

Hours of work

26 Hours and 36 Hours available 

What you will receive:

Pay rate £9.50 per hour

Pension

Paid DBS

Training and development

Free parking

Holiday allowance 5.6 weeks per year including bank holidays (based on full time)

To apply, please submit your CV to our recruitment team via the Apply Now button

Current Vacancies

Bank Healthcare
Assistant

Manor House Nursing Home is looking to recruit Bank Healthcare Assistants to join our friendly team for both day and night shifts.

Our privately-owned care home is set up into several specialist divisions, offering tailored care for up to 125-residents. 

At the Manor House we work as part of a team that not only deeply care for our residents but also about each other.

We provide the very highest standards of care, which we believe starts with having the right people on board to share our passion in caring for others.  

We are committed to developing our team, therefore if you’re looking to progress in your career, we offer several solutions to support you including in-house training, NVQ qualifications, external training as well as medication administration training and many more.  For this role if you have no experience but would like to start out in a career in caring we’d still love to hear from you as full training can be provided. 

Please note, we cannot support applications outside of the UK at this time.

What you will receive:

  • £9.50 per hour
  • Flexible working –  day/night or twilight 4pm-10pm shifts
  • Annual leave accrued on a month by month basis
  • Paid DBS
  • Uniform provided
  • Free onsite parking

Our Healthcare Assistants should have:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • A desire to always do their best
  • A commitment in caring for others
  • Enjoy working as part of a team

If you’re an ambitious and caring individual, looking to carve a unique career in care, please submit your CV to our recruitment team via the Apply Now button

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