100 jobs up for grabs as North East care provider prepares to open its newest home


Around 100 jobs are up for grabs as a leading North East care provider prepares to open its newest home.

Beech Tree House, at Alnwick, is set to open later this year, to provide nursing, dementia and residential care as well as care for young, physically disabled people, and bariatric residents.

Its operator, well known care operator Prestwick Care, is looking to fill a wide variety of roles, from nursing staff and carers, to housekeepers, chefs and administrators.

And job seekers can find out about the positions on offer at the 86-bed home at a recruitment day on Wednesday, 31 July, at St James’s Church Centre, Pottergate.

“Our team will be there to talk people through the various vacancies we have and help them identify which role they might be best suited to,” said Prestwick Care CEO, Bunty Malhotra.

“We want to find the very best people for each and every position so we hope that people with all sorts of career backgrounds will come along and find out what Beech Tree House has in store.

“Excellent rates of pay and career progression opportunities exist for those people who wish to fulfil their ambitions within the care sector.”

Beech Tree House will be Prestwick Care’s second Alnwick care home, after it purchased Hillcrest Care Home, off South Road, earlier this year, and also the second in their Platinum range of homes.

They join a Prestwick Care portfolio of homes across Tyne and Wear and Northumberland, with new purpose-built care home facilities also scheduled to open at Ryhope, Sunderland in Spring of 2020 and at Whitley Bay in late Autumn 2021.


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