Sussex Health Care is a leading local provider within the Sussex area, aiding individuals at 20 various care centres through supportive care services for more than 25 years, and is now hiring for various positions in the Health Care field. Open positions include housekeeping, kitchen assistants, nurses, activities planners, weekend drivers, and more. Some positions offered are entry-level and may include some training. Most positions appear to offer benefits, including paid breaks and pension, and some positions are offered at part-time hours.
Offered services range from care for adults with dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and additional, specialized care for adults with various physical or learning difficulties or disabilities, including respite care as-needed for short breaks. Our services also include fresh meals, planned activities, exercise, and games. Depending on the location or need, these services may also include 24-hour availability to help assist your loved one in increasing their quality of life in an accommodating, fun, and welcoming atmosphere that maintains their dignity.
Sussex Health Care also offers compassionate, sensitive palliative care with the Gold Standard Framework for End of Life Care, and has won numerous awards for their quality of care, including the Clean Care Award, Health Quality Service accreditation, and the Investors in People standard.
To continue with the trend of proper care, Sussex Health Care has recently appointed a new Chief Executive Officer, Amanda Morgan-Taylor. Morgan-Taylor has been hired to skillfully spearhead continuous growth, learning, and care for those who need it most, whenever they need it most. It is expected that Morgan-Taylor will take the helm and continue to foster furthering care initiatives through any up-and-coming advancements in personalized health care, and to also bring about welcome and continuous organizational and process-improvements. These changes are sure to further our commitment to improving care for all individuals. Morgan-Taylor’s prior experience includes senior leadership roles in the field of health and social care in both public and independent sectors that help to create well-rounded leadership from within for both employees and clients alike, and she has been taking great care to learn the ropes before assuming the official responsibility of this role in January of 2018.
Check more about Sussex Healthcare: http://www.cqc.org.uk/provider/1-1457728326