February 11, 2019 News

Right at Home south Liverpool celebrates official office opening

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Right at Home South Liverpool opened its doors to family, friends and the local business community to celebrate its official office opening on Friday 18th January 2019.

Owner and Managing Director Mark James, a resident of South Liverpool, father of two and an ex-hotelier, welcomed guests alongside his Registered Manager, Rachel Woodruff, and Right at Home UK CEO Ken Deary.
Speaking at the office opening, Mark, said: “I decided to open Right at Home South Liverpool after I realised the huge growing need for reliable, top quality in-home care that promotes people’s independence and is delivered in the ‘right way’ – with dignity and respect and a holistic approach to someone’s well-being.
Right at Home offers high-quality care and support to adults continuing to live in the comfort of their own home. It offers a range of services including personal care and hospital-to-home through to full time live-in care and specialist Dementia care.
Mark and Rachel are currently recruiting up to 40 compassionate and kind CareGivers to join their newly opened office, with full-time and part-time hours available.
Mark said: “We’re looking for people with a dedicated and reliable approach, who take pride in helping others and are looking for a rewarding job role where they will be valued and well-supported.
“Applicants do not need to have previous experience in the care sector, as all our staff complete a comprehensive training package, which includes as much mentoring and shadowing as they need, in order to feel confident supporting Clients in their homes.
“We are looking for both full time and part time additions to the team and will strive to offer regular yet flexible working hours, as well as opportunities to build a career in quality care.”
To find out more about joining Right at Home South Liverpool, speak to the friendly team today on 0151 345 6349.

 

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