On Monday 25th November, Brunelcare will host its first all-day recruitment event allowing people to register their interest in a career at Little Heath, our new Care Home & Reablement Centre.
Due to be completed in February 2020, Little Heath Care and Support is a new, purpose built care home located across three floors hosting 64 beautifully designed rooms catering to the needs of residents. The reablement centre will host 24 comfortable rooms which will be open to members of the public, designed to help them get back on their feet after hospital visits, before they return home.
The recruitment event will take place between 1pm - 8pm at One Church, Cadbury Heath, which is located next door to our new centre. It will offer a range of new and exciting career opportunities for carers, nurses, maintenance operatives, cleaners, chefs and more.
Marius Popescu, Little Heath Care Home Manager said: “We are really excited for the new care home to open in February 2020 and the recruitment event happening at the end of the month means we’ll be opening the doors sooner than we think! The recruitment day is a really relaxed drop in session where people who are interested in a new career can come along and find out more information. We have some fantastic roles available that we are excited to begin filling!”
The recruitment event is running as a drop in session whereby those interested in a career with Brunelcare can find out more information about the new care home, job roles and even talk to some existing carers at the event.
Brunelcare canvas bags with information about Little Heath and the careers on offer will be given out at the event and a barista coffee stand will be located inside the church offering delicious free hot drinks and tasty cakes to attendees and their families.
Children and partners are welcome at the event and booking isn’t necessary, just drop by to find out more information about a new career with Brunelcare. A free car park is available for those wishing to attend the event.
To find out more about Little Heath, click here.
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