Established in 1985, Sussex Healthcare is one of the prime care facilities in Sussex. Starting with a single home, it is now above 20 facilities strong. The unique blend of meticulous care and expert guidance has enabled Sussex Healthcare to be a home for not only the elderly but also for people with medical limitations.
The care homes are situated amidst natural settings with shared or private lodgings. Most of the facilities are equipped with medical supervisors to take care of mental and physical disorders of the residents. There are various activities, both general and customized, for the home dwellers to be productive.
Owing to the vast number of facilities, the company is recruiting for various roles including therapists, administrative staff and nurses. Although qualified carers are welcomed, the experience is not mandatory for applying. After induction, Sussex Healthcare organizes training themselves. They are committed to providing personalized quality care and attention to every resident, making it very important for the right candidate to have an amicable, observant and empathetic attitude. Creativity to suggest improvements is always encouraged.
Sussex Healthcare also values teamwork very highly, so the caregivers are expected to not only be friendly with the residents but also with the staff. To maintain quality and commitment, individuals working in these facilities are punctual and are aware of how vital they are to the overall functioning of the care centers. Caregivers help residents with their daily activities like bathing, eating, dressing, walking and grooming. Detailed job descriptions are handed after the telephonic screening.
Apart from the competitive salary, bonus pay rate for holidays, weekends and paid breaks, there are several perks to joining Sussex Healthcare. The training provided after joining further enriches one’s skillset and widens the career options. For experienced caregivers or interested novices, there are specialty areas like Dementia, Mental and physical disabilities, Learning disabilities, acquired brain injury where they can contribute.
It is the only independent network of care facilities in Britain to have acquired dual accreditation: ISO 9000:2000 in 2005, and the HQS in 2002. Moreover, the Investors in People standard was conferred to the company in 2003. Thus, it is a matter of pride and achievement to be a part of this successful and committed care homes.