Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Working for The Abbeyfield Maidenhead Society is more than just a job… our team of dedicated, friendly and professional staff are committed to providing the best care and support to our residents.

We are always on the look out for passionate and motivated carers and domestic workers, so if you feel like you have what we are looking for then please browse our job listings.

If none of these jobs are exactly what you are looking for but you would still love to join the team at The Abbeyfield Maidenhead Society then please get in touch today.

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Current Opportunities

Activities Co-ordinator Nicholas House

We are looking for someone like you: Highly Motivated , Enthusiastic and Reliable to provide fun activities for our residents at Nicholas House.

The Role:

As our Activities Co-ordinator your focus will be on making their home an interesting and stimulating place to live, and the residents’ lives fulfilling.

You will be responsible for developing and maintaining an inspiring programme of activities, entertainment and social events for both individuals and groups of residents.

From organising social and recreational events, both in and outside of the home, to consulting with our residents to identify their social and recreational interests according to their likes, dislikes and abilities, this role is pivotal to the quality of lives of our residents.

All Staff

We value our staff and offer a very competitive pay, great working conditions, full induction and training and support in attaining relevant qualifications. Our staff work a variety of full time and part time shifts working flexibly to meet the needs of the residents and the homes.

Domestic/Housekeeping

No current vacancies, job description for reference only

We are very proud of our homes and part of the reason is that they are kept clean, tidy and safe Our Housekeepers maintain the home as a clean and safe environment. we expect them to maintain and keep clean all the cleaning equipment according to instructions and to make sure that all cleaning products are used correctly by all domestic staff. Ensuring all aspects of the regulatory framework are met within the scope of this role as directed, including the Health and Social Care Act 2008.

Care Assistants

Our Care Assistants participate in the delivery of care to our residents, to ensure that their physical, social, intellectual and emotional needs are met and ensuring dignity, choice, independence and respect. Consulting with residents and the senior team to assist in developing individual care plans for residents. Working flexibly and effectively with others within the home to ensure that resident’s needs are met.

Senior Carers

No current vacancies, job description for reference only

Our Senior carers are the leaders on the floor who supervise and participate in the delivery of care to our  residents. They lead on the responsibility of residents individual care documentation ensuring a person centred approach,  providing  effective leadership for care staff through supervision, support and mentoring in all aspects of care.  They have  responsibility for the administration of medication and take the lead in other aspects of care. All our Seniors have a wealth of experience and knowledge and as a valued member of the team are provided with training and support to enable them to carry out their roles, efficiently and effectively.

Kitchen Staff

A very important part of our resident’s day are their meals. Our Kitchen Assistants assist the Head cook and other cooks within the kitchen routine.  They need to be aware of the residents’ dietary requirements and provide a catering service which meets their nutritional and hydration needs as directed by the Head Cook.  Ensuring that all aspects of the regulatory framework are met within the scope of this role as directed, including the Health and Social Care Act 2008.