Larchwood Care (NI) Ltd believe in providing a good work-life balance for staff, a genuinely pleasant setting to work in and continued professional development fully supported by Care Circle Group’s management team. This fits perfectly with the Group’s ethos of ‘caring about people who care about people.’
Read on to find out what our staff are saying about us…
Louise, Housekeeper, Dunanney Care Home
For 13 years I have worked at Dunanney Care Home. Originally I started on a 9 hour contract to earn an extra bit of money but 13 years later I am still here! I have worked my way up from a Kitchen Assistant to Assistant Cook and finally I’m now the full time Housekeeper. I have much more responsibility but full training and support was available. I love my job in Dunanney Care Home. We have a good team ethos here, staff are reliable, hardworking and very friendly.
Philomena, Administrator, Greenhaw Lodge Care Home
Hi, my name is Philomena, I am the Home Administrator at Greenhaw Lodge Care Home, I have the privilege of being first port of call to visitors, relatives, staff and residents. I love my role as Home Administrator alongside Ronagh, Home Manager, as a team we ensure the smooth running of the home. I am very passionate and dedicated to what I do. I particularly enjoy interacting with the residents on a daily basis. Working within Greenhaw Lodge Care Home is very rewarding.
Melissa, Staff Nurse, Greenhaw Lodge Care Home
My name is Melissa. I am employed as a staff nurse in Greenhaw Lodge Care Home. My role as a Registered Mental Health Nurse enables me to work in a well-established home that specializes in providing care to people with Dementia. I enjoy working as a nurse as I am based in a challenging yet rewarding environment. This specific environment permits me to build a rapport with residents which in turn allows me to deliver meaningful person-centred care that meets individual needs. In general, taking Cialis can cause, among other unwanted reactions, headaches. In some subjects, these are accompanied by persistent dizziness. So, here goes my educated opinion on common Cialis: if you can’t stand the side effects, the benefits of using this medication can be moot. Of course, sometimes using any other medication can be contraindicated – in such circumstances, consult your doctor on the specifics of your pains in order to review your dosage. There might be other nuances that can be improved to optimize the effects of this product. Usually, however,thenegative symptoms disappear during the second week of treatment.
Henry, Activity Therapist, Glebe Care Centre
I am the Activity Therapist for Glebe Care Centre. I started in Glebe Care Centre in the year 2000. Glebe Care Centre, to me is one of the best care facilities around and since I have been here, the management of the home has changed three times. I have to say Care Circle has been wonderful, along with the Home Manager, Geraldine. They always have the residents’ best interests at heart and no matter what I ask for, to do with my activities, the home will go out of their way and try to get it. The best thing about working for Care Circle and Glebe is the family feel you get from residents, staff, management and relatives, it’s like we are all one. I do have to say a big thank you to Geraldine, Glebe’s Home Manager for being there when anyone needs her, her motto is “My door is always open”. She takes the time to go check in with each resident and listen to what they have to say. The residents do tell me she is lovely and they are right! So on that note, there is only one thing to say – Care Circle and Glebe, what a team!
Karen, Care Assistant, Glebe Care Centre
For 14 years I have worked at Glebe Care Centre and recently have taken on the role of Team Leader within the Residential Unit. I love working in Glebe and would honestly not want to work anywhere else. As a Team Leader, I do all of the same things I did as a care assistant, but now I also help to direct the care for the residents. I liaise with the other sections of the multi-disciplinary team, such as the district nurses, G.P’s, social workers and other departments that are needed to help provide care to residents. I have much more responsibility than I had before and I am thoroughly enjoying learning all of the new elements to my role. I work as part of a lovely team of people and have been nothing but encouraged and supported by the Home Manager and the rest of the staff I work with.
Tina, RGN, Clinical Lead, Glebe Care Centre
My working life for the past 3 years has been spent at Glebe Care Centre. During my time I have acquired new skills and improved on my existing set. There are great opportunities for career progression and the company actively encourage participation in training. No two days are the same, which keeps things interesting. The feeling you get when you walk into Glebe is much more homely than other places I have previously worked. We have a great team and everyone is supportive of each other.
We value staff who want to be valued and make a difference. If you consider yourself to be a talented, dedicated and caring individual, please make contact with our HR team, one of our homes or via our websites to find out about our latest vacancies.
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Tel: 02890 306970