Wordsworth House Care Home are currently seeking an experienced cook to join them on a permanent basis.

Wordsworth House Care Centre, in Burnley, is a forty capacity facility offering extensive care expertise for many mental health related care requirements.

Carers are accustomed to dealing with challenging behaviours and in achieving a relaxing setting that is suitable for the lives of people with learning disabilities and dementia.

The centre has scenic surroundings and many benefits for a peaceful lifestyle, though there are many social occasions and events to experience as part of the service.

The successful candidate will have previous experience as a cook, your main responsibilities will include: food preparation, to cook and serve both hot and cold food and to meet any dietary requirements.

To apply for this role you must have:

•Team player
•Satisfactory Policy Check and check against the PoVA list
•Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
•Good communication skills
•Ability to work on own initiative

Desired:
•Intermediate Food Hygiene Certificate
•Previous management or supervisory experienced
•Experience of food preparation for the relevant Service User group

In return we can offer you:

•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams

Cavell House Care Home in Shoreham-by-sea are seeking a Kitchen Assistant to join our hard working and dedicated team.

Cavell house is a home offering residential nursing, respite and end of life care. The staff provides a high standard of personalized care 24 hours a day. The home is situated on Middle Road in Shoreham-by-Sea. Shoreham-by-Sea (often shortened to Shoreham) is a small seaside town and port in West Sussex, England.

There are a number of communal and quiet lounges provided throughout the home including 6 spacious lounges and one large dining room. Outside there is a large garden with raised flower beds and a wheelchair accessible patio area.

Meal times are an enjoyable and sociable part of the day at Cavell House. Snacks, fruit and refreshments are provided 24 hours a day.

The successful candidate will have previous experience as a cook, your main responsibilities will include: food preparation, to cook and serve both hot and cold food and to meet any dietary requirements.

To apply for this role you must have:

Required:
•City & Guilds 706 – 1 & 2, or equivalent qualification (achieved or working towards)
•Team player
•Satisfactory Policy Check and check against the PoVA list
•Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
•Good communication skills
•Ability to work on own initiative

Desired:
•Intermediate Food Hygiene Certificate
•Previous management or supervisory experienced
•Experience of food preparation for the relevant Service User group

In return we can offer you:
•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams
•Refer a friend scheme

Kingscourt Care Home are currently seeking an experienced cook to join them on a permanent basis for 40 hours per week.

King’s Court Care Home is a thirty-eight beded revamped accommodation, situated on the outskirts of the market town of Horsham.

The medium sized garden is laid to lawn with shrubs and flower borders, making it a perfect place for residents to relax around the two large table sets and wooden benches during the summer months.

King’s Court has an activity coordinator who organizes a variety of entertainment such as weekly visits from Kingdom Faith students for informal singing and a chat over tea and cake. The local Vicar and volunteers from St Mary’s Church attend King’s Court for a Church of England Service.

The successful candidate will have previous experience as a cook, your main responsibilities will include: food preparation, to cook and serve both hot and cold food and to meet any dietary requirements.

To apply for this role you must have:

•Team player
•Satisfactory Policy Check and check against the PoVA list
•Basic Food Hygiene Certificate
•Good communication skills
•Ability to work on own initiative

Desired:

Intermediate Food Hygiene Certificate
Previous management or supervisory experienced
Experience of food preparation for the relevant Service User group
In return we can offer you:

•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams