Luxurycare are always looking to recruit talented individuals to join our team! We have a range of positions from Care Givers through to Management as well domestic assistants, kitchen positions and maintenance. We definitely do things a bit differently from most care homes! We use a model of dementia care that focuses on building on individual’s strengths and retained skills whilst supporting them in the areas where they need the most help.
To find out more please feel free to contact us. You can complete the Luxurycare Application Form v6 and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Care Homes directly.
How are we different?
Our residents are encouraged to live as independently as possible and as a carer you will be playing a key role in making this happen. If you want to work with older people to enhance their lives and don’t mind every day being different from the day before then this job is perfect for you.
You might be working as a Care Giver already and be feeling disillusioned or wanting more of a challenge? Or maybe you want to come back to care after a break and feel you need the support of a professional and caring team? Perhaps you have never done this sort of work but want to make caring your career?
We are not put off by applicants who have never done this sort of work before as many Homes are. We provide extensive in-house training of the very highest quality as well as the comprehensive Dr Gemma Jones’s course on Communication and Care Giving that you will not be offered anywhere else at no cost to you! Also unlike most providers of care WE DO NOT CHARGE you for the excellent training you will receive as long as you give us 8 weeks notice of your intention to leave our employment to give us the chance to recruit to your post!!
The Care Certificate
The Care Certificate was introduced in April 2015 and it is now the expectation of all those working as healthcare assistants and adult social care workers to undertake this learning as part of their induction programme. We use our training to evidence the Care Certificate which represents the biggest change to workforce development in the social care sector and is the first time that the same standards are being applied across health and social care.Evidencing competence “in practice” and staff learning “during real work duties” are seen as a higher value outcomes than simply delivering staff training, under the new criteria.The new standards encapsulated in the care certificate should ensure that the health and social care workers have the required values, behaviours, competences and skills to provide high quality, compassionate care.The Care Certificate and Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulation and inspection have clearly set out the outcomes that must be achieved, whether this is through training or alternative learning and development activities. There is a clear requirement to provide evidence that staff have been assessed in the workplace to demonstrate their competence and safety to practice.
We reward loyalty and commitment and recognise that our staff are our greatest resource. Our staff have opportunities for progression and development and receive excellent support to help them to do their job as effectively as possible.