Recruitment drive for £4 million new care home


care sector jobs-Care Industry News (200 x 74)A local recruitment campaign has been launched for a new care facility in Baillieston, Glasgow, as construction work on the home nears completion.


The new £4 million, 32-bedroom care home, will provide care and support for vulnerable adults with mental health conditions and is looking to employ up to 50 people across a range of care and domestic positions.


Leading care home provider, Meallmore, is currently recruiting for administrators.  A wide range of other positions including nurses, care assistants, chefs, housekeepers and maintenance workers will be recruited for in the coming months.


The company will work with a range of local health professionals in delivering care services at the new home including local GPs, social workers and community health teams.


Development of the care home is nearing completion with external building work recently completed and work due to start on the interior decorating of the home.


Commenting on the development, David Law, the new Care Home Manager, said:


“As we prepare to welcome our first residents later this year, we’re engaging in and rolling out a recruitment drive for new posts in the local area. We’re looking for a wide range of experienced staff who are passionate about working in care and will help to support residents’ individual needs.


“We believe the investment in the area will benefit the community by providing an important health service for people who need additional help and support with mental health to live independently, as well as creating new jobs locally.”


Meallmore has been providing care for the elderly since 1987 and providing mental health care services for over the last 15 years. They have been particularly successful in helping vulnerable adults take positive steps towards independent living.


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