You’re a caring, can-do person with experience working in gardening/maintenance. Ideally, some of that has been gained in a care home setting. You’ve got a good basic education with GCSEs (or the equivalent) including English and Maths. As well as being very practical, you like dealing with people. You’re happy building good relationships with residents, colleagues and contractors. You’re a multi-tasker who can work well under pressure and use your initiative to solve problems. Above all, you’re a team player who takes pride in your work and is committed to maintaining a safe, comfortable environment for our residents.
The safety of our care home residents and staff is really important. So your role will be to make sure the premises and grounds are maintained to a high standard. You’ll perform regular checks, carry out repairs and, when needed, contact engineers or service agents. You’ll be confident doing fire, basic electrical and appliance checks. Faults must be reported and actioned promptly. We’ll also expect you to keep the grounds looking tidy and carry out general redecoration work. As our Maintenance Person, you’ll be a valuable member of our friendly, close-knit team, promoting the well-being of our residents and the successful running of our care home.
As Maintenance Person at Care UK, you can look forward to:
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At Care UK's Caledonian Court in Falkirk, Scotland, providing the highest standard of care for residents is at the heart of what we do. As part of our friendly team, you'll have the opportunity to develop your career and the support to go far.
Our team works in spacious, purpose-built care home with a family atmosphere]. We provide specialist nursing and respite care for older people living with dementia with fantastic facilities for residents, including beautifully landscaped, secure gardens featuring courtyard areas.
We truly believe that every one of us makes a difference. If you're a passionate, caring individual who works well in a team, consider a rewarding career at Caledonian Court.
With a role in one of our care homes, you’ll be able to give something back and make a real difference to older people’s lives. Whether you’re just starting out in the workplace, looking for a change in career or looking for a new challenge, we can help build the right career for you.
New to care? No problem. We'll support you with plenty of training to help you build a varied, fulfilling career that makes a positive difference to people’s lives.
Here at Care UK, we want all our colleagues to have a long and successful career with us. Our vision is to provide an inclusive training culture that empowers all colleagues with sector-leading development opportunities. View our opportunities for apprenticeships, development programmes and career progression.
At Care UK, we're proud to promote our diverse workforce and are committed to nurturing an inclusive culture. Our teams’ wellbeing is our top priority, and we believe it’s important to foster a culture of promoting open and honest conversations. Read more here.
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I have been a qualified learning disability nurse since 1988, but before joining Caledonian Court as Home Manager, I was working as a Regional Support Manager. I was keen to join Care UK because of its good reputation.
To be a Home Manager, it's important to be logical, organised, honest, and a good communicator, listener and problem solver. It’s also important to have a good clinical skill base and knowledge of legislation and regulations, and to be firm but fair.
The most important part of my role is ensuring we deliver the best possible care for residents. I’m proud to be part of this team continuing to improve Caledonian Court and its outcomes for residents.
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, rugby, cycling, travelling, reading, listening to music and chilling with my friends.David Currie Home Manager
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