Care UK

Mountfitchet House Care Home in Stansted, Essex

0333 321 1932

Care enquiry lines open Mon-Tue 8:30am-8:00pm,
Wed-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm,
Sun 10am-4pm

0333 321 1932

Care enquiry lines open Mon-Tue 8:30am-8:00pm,
Wed-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm,
Sun 10am-4pm

0333 321 1932

Care enquiry lines open Mon-Tue 8:30am-8:00pm,
Wed-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm,
Sun 10am-4pm

Care UK

Mountfitchet House, get in touch

Our team

Jane Maxwell - Home Manager - Care UK

Jane Maxwell

Home Manager

I first worked at Care UK as a care assistant in 2005. I was keen to join Care UK as their ethos for providing high quality care and ensuring residents live fulfilling lives reflect my own values. From starting my career as a carer, to where I am now as manager of Mountfitchet House, has given me lots of respect and appreciation for all the roles within a home which helps me support my team in the best way possible.

My favourite part of the day is when I am with the residents - when they are happy and enjoying themselves it is very rewarding. Working in care is a very humbling experience. I love working with such a brilliant team, changing people’s lives for the better. I’m looking forward to a long future at Mountfitchet House and I’m determined to give all my time and energy to ensure we maintain such an excellent level of care.

Outside of the home I like to unwind spending time with my family and our dog, Mick.

Stefan Nastaca - Deputy Manager Clinical - Care UK

Stefan Nastaca

Deputy Manager Clinical

I started working for Care UK in 2015. I was encouraged to join the company as my fiancée works for Care UK as a nurse, and she has family living locally.

Before I worked here, I was a chef and assistant manager in a restaurant in Ocean City Maryland, America. I also gained experience as a nurse working on an intensive care unit.

As the deputy manager, I am looking forward to finding new ways to improve support to my staff and developing ways to better practice our role. To be successful in this role I think you need to have strong supervisory, team leading, and communication skills. You also need to be self-motivated and have a good understanding of regulatory requirements.

My favourite part of my job is seeing happy families and happy residents - every hand wave or happy greeting makes my day. I also enjoy the challenges of drawing charts and schemes to guide and mentor others.

Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my fiancée and our son. I also love sports cars and I’m a professional eSports player so I spend time organising and travelling abroad for events.

Laura Cook  - Customer Relations Manager - Care UK

Laura Cook

Customer Relations Manager

I wanted to work for Care UK because they care about the wellbeing of their residents and staff. My favourite part of the working day is when families visit the home as I get the opportunity to find out more about their loved one and use that knowledge to make their life at Mountfitchet House even better!

To be good in this role you need to be friendly, approachable, empathetic and very organised! I Iove the satisfaction of seeing a new resident settle in and become happy in their new home.

Gina Graves - Unit Manager - Care UK

Gina Graves

Unit Manager

Coming from a background of working in care, when Mountfitchet House was built in my village in 2014 I thought it would be a great new career challenge and an opportunity to make a difference in the community. My favourite part of my job is that I get to see the resident’s smiling and enjoying life – if they’re happy, I’m happy.

To be good in this role you need to have patience, empathy and good people skills! It can be challenging at times but my purpose above all else is to make sure the residents are safe and well in their home. When I’m not at work I love to spend time with my family, especially my young grandson.

 

Egle Stegviliene - Business Administrator - Care UK

Egle Stegviliene

Business Administrator

I started working at Care UK in 2020 having previously worked as a Senior Administrator in a healthcare company. I was encouraged to join Care UK as I knew someone who worked for them and they praised it as a great place to work.

I love what I do; I enjoy meeting and talking to many different people and making a difference in their lives. To be successful in this role I believe you need to be friendly, approachable, empathetic and organised. I am always here to go the extra mile.

I am looking forward to a long future at Mountfitchet House and getting to know my colleagues and the residents.

When I’m not working, I spend all my time with my son who is 12 years old. We like travelling and meeting with family and friends.

Peter Birsan - Head of Maintenance - Care UK

Peter Birsan

Head of Maintenance

This job demands a combination of things: understanding, and needing to comply with, certain regulations, the ability to bring a variety of skills and a desire to be helpful to other people. I used to be a police officer, so it’s a familiar mix for me!

I am happiest when I’m really busy, and there’s plenty here to keep me occupied here at Mountfitchet House. Care UK is very quality focused, and I work closely with any contractors who support us to ensure they understand the importance of doing a quality job for our customers. I’m also focused on continually improving the quality of life for residents here in any way I can. 

Paula Jones

Head of House Keeping

I come from a background in caring and in 2014 I joined the team at Mountfitchet House as head housekeeper.  For this job you need to be patient, compassionate and have a sense of humour.

Being able to spend time with the residents is always a pleasure – in fact it’s my favourite part about working at Mountfitchet! When I’m not at work I relax by reading, gardening and spending time with my husband.

Daniel Bailey

Activities Lead

 

I started working at Mountfitchet House in 2020, having previously worked as a functions manager and party planner.

To do well in this role I think you need to have a good imagination, good communication skills, and the drive to help others.

I enjoy supporting and helping the residents; the best part of my day is being able to make residents smile, as it brings them a little more joy. I am looking forward to seeing all of our residents come together and be able to mix in a big activity as soon as possible!.

The biggest challenge in my role is trying to cater to every resident’s personal needs, whilst making sure everyone enjoys some form of activity regularly.

When I’m not working, I like to spend time with my daughter, doing science experiments and other creative things.

What's next?

Call our support team or click to find out more or book a viewing
Request a video consultation

or call the support team on:

0333 321 1932

Care enquiry lines open Mon-Tue 8:30am-8:00pm,
Wed-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm,
Sun 10am-4pm